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HDMI Cables

How to choose an HDMI Cable:

First of all, forget about the version of HDMI. Manufacturers are not allowed to advertise HDMI versions for cables. Select the cable by the features supported.   Normally you'd want a "High Speed" cable simply because they don't cost much more than a standard cable. If your device supports Ethernet over HDMI, then you should get a "high speed cable with Ethernet". If your device supports ARC, get a cable that supports ARC. Simple right? Need to do a long length? That's when you need either an Active and/or heavier gauge cable. For a cable longer than 10 feet we recommend getting some kind of "active" Amplified/Equalized cable, and we like the Redmere chipset cables. So why would you NOT use an amplified or Equalized (Active) cable for a long run? Three possible reasons. Cost, compatibility and power requirements. Active cables  have chips in them and therefore are more like attaching a device than attaching a cable. The chip draws power from the Device with the Output signal. If the Device cannot supply enough current to run the chip then the cable will not work. Since its an HDMI device it also may have compatibility issues. In some cases the Source device will not have enough power to drive the Active cables chipset, then a heavy gauge cable should be used instead. Heavy gauge cables, such as 24AWG, are going to be heavy and inflexible. But if you cannot use an amplified or equalized cable and need a cable over 15 feet long a heavier gauge cablemay be necessary, especially for higher resolutions like 1080p. 

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Archtech

Ultra Slim HDMI Cable with Redmere Chipset, 36AWG, 10 - 15 Feet Long.

Archtech
Starting as low as $24.95
$19.95
Archtech

Long Redmere HDMI Cable, 4K 3D ARC, 30 - 50 feet long

Archtech
Starting as low as $74.95
$54.95

High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet, CL2 Rated for In-Wall Use. Lengths from 3 to 15 Feet. Great price for a Great Cable.

Starting as low as $12.95
$1.79
Archtech

Ultra Slim HDMI Cable, 36AWG, 3 - 6 Feet long.

Archtech
Starting as low as $9.50
$7.95
Ram Electronics

Silver Plated High Speed 24AWG HDMI Cable with Ethernet

Ram Electronics
Starting as low as $99.95
$11.30
Ram Electronics

Premium CL2 Rated High Speed 24AWG HDMI Cable with Ethernet

Ram Electronics
Starting as low as $41.85
$7.49
Ram Electronics

"Elite Series" HDMI to DVI Cable, Heavy Gauge 24 AWG construction, 3-35 foot lengths.

Ram Electronics
Starting as low as $69.95
$14.95

High-Speed HDMI Mini to Standard HDMI connector cable with Ethernet. Connect your Cameras and Camcorders to HDMI Displays. 3 feet to 10 feet

Starting as low as $11.95
$5.95

High-Speed HDMI Micro to HDMI Cable with Ethernet. Connect Camera, Camcorders and Smart Phones to HDMI Displays

Starting as low as $9.95
$5.82
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