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post #31 of 32 Old 06-18-2013, 07:55 AM
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Deep Color is off. Sorry for the late reply. I wish I knew why only that 1 cable works. The cable jacket is transparent and I can see braiding. Maybe it is somehow shielded. There is no writing on it so I cannot tell its brand.

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Most probably it was the shielding. There are five hard facts in which HDMI cables truly differ: Difference in HDMI Cables If your cable is not labled than it is probably a cheap no-name product. These items are often poor quality, especially in terms of manufacturing quality. The longer these cables are the more trouble they will cause. I can recommend the Amazonbasics HDMI cables. I've been using them for more than 2 years now and never had any issues with them... and I am using 14 cables at home tongue.gif
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