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post #1 of 7 Old 05-25-2012, 06:33 PM - Thread Starter
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Any comments/feedback on Oppo HDMI Cables?Someone on another forum recommended them Although I am sure they dont make them personally.

I am looking for an HDMI Cable for a 23 ft run to connect an Epson Projector to an Onkyo receiver. I don't want to pay an arm and a leg but definitely want something where I will not lose A/V over this distance...

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Any 25' certified high speed HDMI cable will work.
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How does one truly know if the cable is "certified"?

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The mfr should state it somewhere on their site/packaging or make the certificate for the particular cable that you buy available as either a download or included in the packaging. When I bought my cables, they came with a warranty and a statement of certified compliance. MediaBridge, BlueJeans, Monoprice are a few reputable companies that carry certified HDMI cables for very reasonable prices. Monster for example, may have certified cables but they are grossly overpriced and don't perform any better than say Monoprice.
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Nicely written Otto.
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