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Best HDMI For LG OLED

Looking for very high quality picture HDMIs for my LG EG9600, but I also don't want to break the bank. Please let me know the best option. Thanks!
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Here's a few samples.

http://www.amazon.com/HDMI-Cable-6ft.../dp/B00NQ9OQU2

http://www.amazon.ca/Seiki-SU4KC1-U-.../dp/B00IE5C6LO

http://www.monoprice.com/Product?c_i...seq=1&format=2
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Amazon Basics seem pretty good. Monoporice also. If you want to spend a bit more Blue Jeans has some good stuff. I got one of their Tartan line for my receiver to TV link and it works great.

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Hdmis is hdmis as long as you don't buy something that just falls apart. It's a digital signal..it either works or it doesn't. Get your cables from monoprice..there is no need to spend more. Plus monoprice cable are good quality.
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The only thing to really be concerned about regarding HDMI or digital cables in general is that you'll need a heavier gauge cable for longer lengths (greater than 10 feet) at higher bandwidths.

If you look at the description on Monoprice they'll say what the gauge is and what resolutions should be guaranteed to work.

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For my EF9500 I went with Blue Jeans cables.
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As long as the runs aren't very long you will be fine with any HDMI cable. I have used Monoprice for over 20 HDMI cables with lengths from 3 feet to 50 feet. No problems with any of them. As mentioned before in this thread: it either works or it doesn't.
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