AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (15 Feet)

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AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (15 Feet)

AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (15 Feet)

AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable (15 Feet/4.57 Meters) – Supports Ethernet, 3D, and Audio Return [Newest Standard]

List Price: $ 11.49

Price: $ 11.49

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  1. 292 of 309 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent cable for the price, January 1, 2011
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    Before I purchased this HDMI cable for my Roku XDS I shopped around first at nearby Walmart and Best Buy, and read some reviews for this product. I’m a retired electrical engineer and do not believe on going overboard, spending more than adequate to get a good result on audio and video component. There are cables in the market that are priced too high to get the money out of those people who are willing to pay the price. Those people always believed that if the price is high, the product must be very good. For digital signal transmission, this HDMI cable is more than adequate. My video and audio were not degraded, and I did not notice any lost of clarity either on video or audio signal.

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  2. 369 of 411 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A bit difficult to maneuver, November 1, 2010
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    Sadie (Ventura, CA United States) –
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    I hooked this braided HDMI cable between my HDTV and my computer to stream video from the internet to my HDTV. The picture is clear and the sound quality is very good. I don’t see any difference while using this cable from computer to HDTV than I do when watching TV directly from my satellite box. The only problem I have with this cable is that it is very thick due to the braiding, which makes it hard to turn. I need to plug it into one side of my HDTV, loop it around the back of the TV and bring it out on the other side where I place my computer out of tripping range. The thickness of the cable makes it hard to loop around and it’s heavier than the other cables I have. This cable would probably be best for professional use where there might be heavy usage and plugging and unplugging of the cord. It will probably stand the test of time and constant movement easier than the regular smooth vinyl cables. But, for normal home use, the vinyl cables are easier to handle.

    For anyone who has not used an HDMI cable and is new to HDTV, this cable can be used to hook up your cable box, DVD or Blu Ray disc player, computer, Wii, sound system and whatever else you have that has an HDMI cable connector. You do not need to use separate audio cables as this beauty steams everything through it. It’s super simple to use – just plug it in to your HDTV and plug the other end into the other component and play. I suggest getting HDMI cables for each separate component so you don’t have to pull out the DVD cable to plug in your computer.

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  3. 229 of 270 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Basic Cable at a Good Price, November 1, 2010
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    Michael J. Descy (Marlboro, NJ) –
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    This is the HDMI cable to get right now: an HDMI 1.4 cable at a good price.

    HDMI 1.4

    HDMI 1.4 is the latest standard (as of November 2010 at least). It is backward compatible with other HDMI gear (mine all are HDMI 1.3 compliant). And it will be more useful to you if your TV supports HDMI 1.4 networking. I was not able to test the Ethernet networking capability of this cable, but I think the idea behind it is a good one.

    For my current home entertainment setup, I had to set up separate Internet connections on my TV, set top box, Blu-Ray player, and WD TV LIVE (HTPC). It would have been a lot easier if I could have just set up my TV’s internet connection, and allow all of my components to share it. That’s what HDMI 1.4 promises to let you do–as long as all of your hardware, including the cables, supports it. This cable will support that functionality; it’s more “future-proof” than the HDMI 1.3 cables I have been using.

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    This Cable

    This cable is really long, so I don’t recommend it if your components are very close together. A 3-foot cable would easily suffice in that case.

    Overall Impressions

    This cable is a great buy. Definitely order it if your new A/V or PC components don’t come with an HDMI cable.

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