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Mescalero wrote:What makes this a low quality item. Do you really need to spend $30 to $40 to get a good HDMI cable?
He said low quantity. He was kidding or has his foot in his mouth now. Doesn't really matter which.
Consensus is that you don't need to care at all with 6' cables.
EDIT: Wow, I think we might have over-responded to that one.
Also, AR website claims 720p, 60Hz. That means it's tested for that, but tells nothing about its max capabilities.
It was hiding in "Previous models" from the page with cables.
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enjuran wrote:those 50$ HDMI cables are only necessary if you have a 55in+ tv or some intense videos like 3D movies. those are the only times you may see a difference in picture quality. go return the expenssive one lol
I think you mean 155" TV. Oh wait, even that doesn't make a difference.
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eldiablohijo wrote:(Mod note: Well.)
Not that I'm not amused or anything, because I totally am and it saves me having to look up the episode, but can we try to relate it here back to the cables.
Circle back around to the topic, if we can.
I'm just hanging out, really.