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#21 OFFLINE   TulsaOK


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Posted 01 July 2008 - 01:35 PM

There is no logical reason a simple hdmi cable should cost $60, $70, $100 or more. Monster Rip-off.

"Logical" being the operative word. :)
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#22 OFFLINE   kucharsk



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Posted 01 July 2008 - 03:38 PM

"Logical" being the operative word. :)

Let's be careful here; Engadget has found differences over certain lengths and with resolutions supported by the spec but not in devices yet.

Bottom line, for a 6' length, there's likely no difference, but if I was sealing up a 50' in-wall cable between say an equipment rack and ceiling-mounted projector and wanted to future-proof it, I'd go Monster as the price of the cable is negligible compared to perhaps having to run a new one.

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