I was thinking the same thing because all HDMI can play audio
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 9:11a
itsme13 said: i got into the same deal last two weeks back when it was $1 more, this cable struggles to send 1080p signal. It is now connected to old plasma which can handle only 720p old deal thread. http://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1216233/
I agree, bought same cable.. u get what u pay 4.. it's worth a buck.. they say it's a 3D cable.. did not work ..cable is super skinny..
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 11:15a
itsme13 said: cable is super skinny..
I bought this exactly for the same reason, I don;t like those chubby cables. It connects my ceiling mounted Mitsubishi Projector (720p) to my receiver. Never tried 1080p.
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 11:47a
ionizer said: what's an audio return channel? If you are connecting a TV through an AV receiver, ARC returns the TV audio to the AV receiver. Useful if you use the TV HDMI inputs to do your input switching or when you use the TV's tuner to get off air broadcasts.
For my purpose, 25' is great for occasionally hooking up a laptop to a big screen. Thanks OP.
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 12:38p
These cables are made in china and are made of inferior materials. Get these instead, they will enhance most 3D movies into 4D. Be sure to read the reviews of these magnificent cables.
That cabling costs more than my whole TV did (and it's a pretty nice one)!
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 5:43p
i have two of these, look at the review where i can watch games in advance. only problem they are 2 feet long, i need 25 feet. DaGimp said: These cables are made in china and are made of inferior materials. Get these instead, they will enhance most 3D movies into 4D. Be sure to read the reviews of these magnificent cables.
I bought this 25" previously and could only see current and past games. That "other" not inferior materials china cable gets future games.
posted: Sep. 10, 2012 @ 10:45p
The best HDMI cables I have bought are the Cheetah cables from an expired deal: Cheetah HDMI deal. If you can get by with a 10' HDMI cable the current price for the Cheetah of $4.69 is still pretty good for a high quality cable. It has the audio return and 3-D too.
Only needed about 10 feet, but I guess with this I'll be able to keep my laptop with me when I eat dinner.
posted: Sep. 11, 2012 @ 6:37a
thehelios said: I bought this cable a couple months ago and it works seemingly fine. Haven't tried 1080p on it yet but it does what I need it to do: Let me play Minesweeper at 1920*1080 on my tv through my laptop.
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