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iTechDeal.com has 20' HDMI M/M v1.4 Cable for $5.97 - 20% w/ code TWOOFF = $3.97. Shipping is Free. Thanks yuugotserved

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#3
No HDMI..... Pass!
Hahaha. Always wanted to do that...
Jk. Why not. I can't imagine I'll regret having one of these around...
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"hi-speed hdmi"...is there a "low speed" hdmi i dont know about?

in for 1. repped!
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In for 1. Thanks
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I was just reading and the home theater forum I was on, they were saying anything longer than 15' you need a repeater, or powered passthrough or the signal becomes garbage. Is the degradation really easy to see or are these just stuck up a-holes one upping each other?
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Thanks, in for 2
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Quote from mrpmeier View Post :
I was just reading and the home theater forum I was on, they were saying anything longer than 15' you need a repeater, or powered passthrough or the signal becomes garbage. Is the degradation really easy to see or are these just stuck up a-holes one upping each other?
I'm not an AV expert by any means. I do have a 25' in my basement, and I can't say that I think the video is bad at all. I have a little bit older projector, so its not completely awesome, but the video is very good. I watch movies and play video games with it and my PS3.
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I'm not an AV expert by any means. I do have a 25' in my basement, and I can't say that I think the video is bad at all. I have a little bit older projector, so its not completely awesome, but the video is very good. I watch movies and play video games with it and my PS3.

Good to hear. I want to run it from my PC to where my tv is. Now I will. Thanks
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Quote from numbr1westsida View Post :
"hi-speed hdmi"...is there a "low speed" hdmi i dont know about?

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hdmi 1.0: 4.95Gb/sec
1.1: HDMI 1.3 was released June 22, 2006 and increased the single-link bandwidth to 340 MHz (10.2 Gbit/s)
HDMI 1.4 was released on May 28, 2009
HDMI 1.4a was released on March 4, 2010
HDMI 2.0, referred to by some manufacturers as HDMI UHD, was released on September 4, 2013
HDMI 2.0 increases the maximum TMDS per channel throughput from 3.4 Gbit/s to 6 Gbit/s which allows for a maximum total TMDS throughput of 18 Gbit/s.
source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI
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Quote from Juztyn View Post :
I'm not an AV expert by any means. I do have a 25' in my basement, and I can't say that I think the video is bad at all. I have a little bit older projector, so its not completely awesome, but the video is very good. I watch movies and play video games with it and my PS3.
Quote from mrpmeier View Post :
I was just reading and the home theater forum I was on, they were saying anything longer than 15' you need a repeater, or powered passthrough or the signal becomes garbage. Is the degradation really easy to see or are these just stuck up a-holes one upping each other?
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Good to hear. I want to run it from my PC to where my tv is. Now I will. Thanks
I had an issue when I run large gauge long cable through a switch and my receiver. I would get no signal. It drove me crazy when I was trouble shooting.
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Quote from numbr1westsida View Post :
"hi-speed hdmi"...is there a "low speed" hdmi i dont know about?
HDMI cables don't have version numbers, they're just standard or high speed and with or without ethernet.

http://www.hdmi.org/consumer/find...cable.aspx
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I was just reading and the home theater forum I was on, they were saying anything longer than 15' you need a repeater, or powered passthrough or the signal becomes garbage. Is the degradation really easy to see or are these just stuck up a-holes one upping each other?

I use HDMI cables up to 100 feet regularly. I have never had an issue with a cable up to 50 feet. I have had issues with some that are longer. The signal can be degraded, cut in and out, any number of things that are difficult to troubleshoot because of instability. Any really long runs that i do now I use Cat 6a and HDMI baluns. That seems to give the best results for me. But i wouldn't worry sub 50 feet unless you are incredibly worried about perfect quality.....i am not, nor have I seen any issues up to 50 ft. Over that distance....it is kind of a shot in the dark if it will work based on interference from other electrical sources and the cable itself just not performing as desired (it does break all the distance rules of HDMI at these longer distances anyway). The 100 foot cables with repeaters built in can still have instability issues from all i have seen.
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I use HDMI cables up to 100 feet regularly. I have never had an issue with a cable up to 50 feet. I have had issues with some that are longer. The signal can be degraded, cut in and out, any number of things that are difficult to troubleshoot because of instability. Any really long runs that i do now I use Cat 6a and HDMI baluns. That seems to give the best results for me. But i wouldn't worry sub 50 feet unless you are incredibly worried about perfect quality.....i am not, nor have I seen any issues up to 50 ft. Over that distance....it is kind of a shot in the dark if it will work based on interference from other electrical sources and the cable itself just not performing as desired (it does break all the distance rules of HDMI at these longer distances anyway). The 100 foot cables with repeaters built in can still have instability issues from all i have seen.
Agreed. I've used tons of professional grade Extron 50' HDMI cables with no issues. Well-built HDMI cables are good for at least 50'. You may have issues with some of the cheaper-built stuff. With digital signals, it will either work or not work. Not like analog where picture quality will suffer and degrade.
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It won't let me complete order with paypal:

PayPal gateway rejected the request. Field format error: 10431-Item amount is invalid.

EDIT: Went back and used a prepaid debit card and got it.
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