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High End Hdmi Cable 5.0m

High End Hdmi Cable 5.0m

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Regular Price: $ 97.00

Special Price: $ 55.00

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Quick Overview

Professional Quality 5m HDMI Cable
• High Definition, LCD, Plasma TV's
• Playstation 3, Xbox 360's
• HD Set Top Boxes
• HD DVD, Blue Ray players
• New Foxtel HD service
• Full Hd picture + 5.1 s.sound in one cable
• Version 1.3b
Ultra-High Speed Digital Video & Audio

Product Description

Enjoy the full High Defination Experience with our Professional HDMI cable

So you've bought yourself a ducks nuts home theatre equipment, well this is the ducks nuts high end HDMI cable you'll need to get it pumping. Our premium cable is designed to allow your home theatre equipment operate at its true potential.

Watch Blue Ray movies in all their glory! This cable is fantastic over long distances too, which is a potential downfall for budget cables.

Our HDMI cables are the latest technology in HDMI cabling, version 1.3b, the Australia Standard.

HDMI cables combine both audio and visual in the one cable, allowing you to minimize the cables at the back of your TV cabinet, plus our high cables look great aesthetically.


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DVI / HDMI

Digital Video Interference (DVI) and HDMI are both all-digital connections for video however HDMI carries both audio as well. The picture quality between the two is the same as the HDMI standard is actually based on DVI.

DVI is a connection predominately used by PC's and their monitor but is found on TV's now as well. Cosmetically HDMI and DVI are a bit different. DVI has screw in pins to lock the connector on, HDMI just plugs in normally and are more pleasing to the eye.