Cheap....and work perfectly. The $40 cables at Best Buy, Wal Mart, Staples, every other electronics store, are basically selling you some extra rubber insulation, nothing more. Unless you are yanking these cords on a daily basis for some dumb reason, save a LOT of money, get TWO really LONG HDMI cords, for LESS than ONE 6ft "Monster Cable" which has ZERO over these cords, in terms of transferring ANY signal, no matter if its a VGA or 4K Ultra, they ALL come thru the SAME. And unless you are under a 50,000 volt high tension power line, you wont suffer from " Electrical interference" as the techy guys try to push some insanely overpriced HDMI "GOLD" cord on you. Sorry to burst your tech bubbles, but ALL ends of these cords are Gold plated. thats standard on HDMI.. I have never BOUGHT one no matter how cheap, without the electrical connectors being Gold Plated. So save a TON of money, get cords with LOTS of extra length ( 6' is NOT long when running around various other pieces of equipment ) and save a big headache when your cords dont REACH your home theater system.
I needed a long HDMI Cable to feed streaming media from a laptop to a big screen TV. This product filled the bill nicely. The gold-plated terminals are a good feature. I would recommend this to others.
HDMI cables do two things well, they either work OR they don't the quality for the cheap is the same as the quality for the most expensive; so don't buy those gold plated plugged items and go for cheap that work. I would recommend these highly to friends and strangers alike.
HDMI cables are all pretty much the same - it's not like in the old days where you needed gold plated cable connectors and shielding to keep static out of your audio. The quality of even basic cables is good for all but very high end applications. These cables are great and I got 4 for less than most of the single cables advertised. They work great - no issues - sound and picture are great with no 'noise' in the channels or anything. Don't buy the expensive cables - get the cheaper ones - they work fine.
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