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post #1 of 4 Old 10-06-2012, 11:18 AM - Thread Starter
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These seem to be the two best reasonably priced hdmi cables. Can anyone tell me if one is better than the other?
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FYI. This is the wrong forum for your question. OTH, I use mediabridge without any problems. Love them.

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Thanks for the info. Anyone else have thoughts on mediabridge vs bluerigger?
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I am running a 35' non powered hdmi made by Bluerigger and it works perfectly with 1080p. I also have a few shorter 6' cables by mediabridge that I have no complaints about. Both great quality and value however if your running longer lengths I would go with bluerigger just because I can vouch they work.
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