I mean i found this : http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10240&cs_id=1024008&p_id=3992&seq=1&format=2
is that the one?
Now the cables are going to be used between the Onkyo 818 and the Samsung LED LCD, I dont need the HDMI Cables with ethernet right?
butter and jelly please.
Blasting brown notes for 10 years and counting!
the guy at Monoprice told me that if im connecting the cables to the av receiver i should get the 24 AWG cable and not the 28 AWG, he was just trying to sell me more expensive cables right?
So should i just get this cable : http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10240&cs_id=1024008&p_id=3992&seq=1&format=2
There are only four kinds of HDMI cables (ignoring automotive cables): standard and high speed, with or without ethernet. A certified high speed HDMI cable has sufficient bandwidth to handle any HDMI signal. There is no such thing as a HDMI 1.4 cable. No body needs a HDMI cable with ethernet because so far there are no devices which use the ethernet capability.
When i bought my cables from monoprice 2 years ago it said "HDMI 1.3a Category 2 Certified Cable 28AWG - 6ft w/Ferrite Cores (Gold Plated Connectors) - BLACK"
now, i read that if my cables are category 2 then it can 100% handle the 3D and 1080P? right?
Flexibility is in part related to the guage, and obviously the rest is the cable covering. I wouldn't expect flexibilty to vary significantly from different manufacturers at the same guage. I too would like to hear from others who have more experience in various hdmi cables flexibility and guage relationship. I purchase principally from Monoprice and haven't used other manufacturers.
28AWG HDMI High Speed Certified Male to Male Cables
Metallic Series High Speed HDMI Male to Male Cables with Ethernet
Ultra Slim Series High Performance HDMI® Cable w/ RedMere® Technology
Slim Series High Performance HDMI® Cables w/ RedMere® Technology
28AWG HDMI Male to Male Cables
26AWG HDMI Male to Male Cables
Premium 24AWG HDMI High Speed Certified Male to Male Cables
Premium 24AWG HDMI Standard Speed Male to Male Cables
Premium 24AWG HDMI Male to Male Cables with Ethernet
Premium 24AWG Flat Type HDMI Cables
From the information on here I figure just stick with any of the high speed ones.
I have been trying to find info on cables with not much luck
So there is no point for me to buy a Ethernet cable to go from my tv (which connects wireless) and hook it to my blu ray (that connects hardwire)??
Mono price gave me the impression that I could use the tv to connect the bluray
Also wanted info on going to from a receiver as they stated the pid6105 wasn't good but reading here it seems like it would be fine at 10 feet (the length I need)
Basically I need 10' cables to go TiVo > tv
Surround/DVD combo > tv
Bluray > tv
Will the basic 28awg with ferrets work?