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C&E 4 Pack High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet 8 Feet, Supports 3D and Audio Return, CNE618258
56.94 SAR

C&E 4 Pack High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet 8 Feet, Supports 3D and Audio Return, CNE618258

by  C&E, Cable -  292 ratings

56.94 SAR 

+ 36.68 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
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  • Category 2 Certified - Super High Quality HDMI Cable for 3D Tv's With 2.0/1.4a/1.4/1.3c/1.3b devices and Supports 3D Movies.
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    • Category 2 Certified - Super High Quality HDMI Cable for 3D Tv's With 2.0/1.4a/1.4/1.3c/1.3b devices and Supports 3D Movies.

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  • Great HDMI cable with a ton of reach
    By Mike on 06 February 2015

    "This cable is awesome! The gold premium 50-feet HDMI cable is the cable that you need to connect various high definition devices. It also supports 8-channel audio. Where else do you get a cable with such capabilities and goes for only $18.10? Notable electronic stores have 50-feet HDMI cables that run into hundreds of dollars. Actually a 6 foot HDMI cable at RadioShack is a whopping $25. Also why go for an overly priced monster cable yet this one does the job? It is also very easy to connect the HDMI cable and the instruction manual is very easy to follow. You can watch Netflix on your TV by connecting your TV to the computer via the HDMI output in the computer. However, if you have an old mac, it will not carry the sound because old macs don’t output sound through the mini port. There are no dropouts of the picture or the sound and the build quality of the cable will see the cable last for years to come. The cable has inbuilt Ethernet frequency for deploying internet. You can send about 1080i video and the quality of audio will be crystal clear. I think that you could comfortably re-arrange the house and space them within 50 feet and still have everything function as expected. You can cut down your cost further since you don’t require a satellite dish receiver for entertainment. A cable and a computer HDMI output is what you only need to get entertainment from sites like Netflix or the Amazon prime instant video. Although the cable does the job, 50-feet is quite a distance and you should try to minimize the distance where possible. Signal interference is likely to happen which will result to poor audio and graphics quality. If minimizing the distance is impossible then a booster and an extender can do the trick of improving the quality. The cable doesn’t correctly connect DirecTV DVR to a plasma HDTV or LCD TV and it is advisable you look for another cable. Return policies are friendly and you should be able to get another HDMI cable that fit your needs. But this is the HDMI cable to go for if you need to connect high definition devices like: projectors, satellite dishes, DVD players, HDTV and Plasma TVs to other components like computers. Quality and value best describe this product and since it’s versatile, you can use it for most of your connection needs.

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  • Hard to beat for the price...pleasantly surprised ( UPDATED...see below )
    By Garth Gregory on 22 January 2011

    I have a sports bar set up in my house...identical 42 lcd's side by side...one is hdmi from comcast box on a 6 foot $25 cable....the other I used this 50 foot to come from another comcast box thru a splitter....my wife and I cannot tell the difference between the 2 pictures....I was so impressed , I ran another 50 footer outside to a TV in our patio area run off another box.....again, all works great there as well....these cables are worth a try especially when they are cheaper than a 6 foot hdmi in Lowes, Radio Shack or Best Buy....and I have purchased their expensive cables previously for else where in the house....I did take extra care hooking it up and it is permanent so it will not be unplugged ever....was reading the other buyers input about the cheap connectors so cannot comment there....

    UPDATE....May 1 , 2012...as I wrote before, these are great cables for the money BUT....started aother project after the wifes approval...decided to modify my home theater and put components at the front...enter this 50 ft cable...new amp...Onkyo 720 with high end Sharp XV-Z12000 projector...tested it out on the wall prior to running the cable in the wall...all looked good....but now that I have it all run and on the screen...it definitely lost a bit of quality in sharpness and brightness...it does have it's moments when it is acceptable but not enough so I will now consider an extender, booster or high end HDMI cable....lesson learned....this cable works great with small pictures.....BTW my screen is 13 ft diagonal....so you tend to notice things easier....hope this helps out

    6 people found this review helpful

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  • Why pay hundreds for a cable?
    By Scott Trindl on 21 March 2009

    I needed some long runs of hdmi cable to connect my integra dhc 9.9 pre amp / processor to my 61 inch Samsung DLP led TV and HD cable box. I'm certain you have all seen the prices they charge at the big box electronics stores for hdmi cables, and none of them even carry ones 50 feet long. I shudder to think what they would charge if they did carry them.

    I was a bit concerned at first that these long runs of inexpensive cable wouldn't work very well. They work perfectly. I am sending 1080P video and high quality surround sound digital audio through two 50 foot lengths with perfect results. No dropouts in sound or picture. No anomolies at all. They just work as well as I could have hoped. They also are robustly constructed and should hold up great over the years.

    22 people found this review helpful

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  • Gremlins in HDMI Cables
    By Annette and George on 09 March 2013

    On Nov 27, 2012, I purchased a male - male 50 foot 24 awg Tartan HDMI Cable to connect my home office computer to my 32" Vizio TV. The intention is to cancel my subscription TV service soon - we had already initiated ROKU service with Netflix. We also discovered that most of our desired programs were available for free on the internet. Current price of the 50 ft Tartan is $40.50. Performance was excellent, but the hardware lasted under 3 months: the end connected to my computer pulled off. In retrospect, I should have used port protectors and taped the connections down. I really didn't want to spend $40.50 for a replacement. Even though my knowledge about cables is next to nothing,the reviews on this cheaper ($14.25) 28 awg cable looked acceptable, with some caveats.

    This cable has 19 pins instead of the older 18 pin configuration, but the sales information promised the cable was retro-functional. Some reviewers suggested that the cable was unidirectional.

    The cable was plugged in, with an immediate TV message "Not supported". Reversal of the cable generated the same message. I connected a 6 foot port saver to the TV end of the cable. Same message. I connected an 8 inch port saver to the CPU, but was distracted by another task before booting the computer.

    A short while later, my wife turned on the computer, and said "it works". And so it does. The image is even better than with the 24 awg cable.

    The whole episode reinforces my opinion that electronic performance is fraught with gremlins, mischievous leprechauns, and unpredictable grey magic. Even so, I give this cable's current performance 5 stars.

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  • Hit or miss depending on your devices
    By Stella Rosa on 29 May 2016

    This is iffy. To get it to work with a PS4 and a ViewSonic VX2450WM-LED (VS13518), I had to disable the PS4's HDCP and limit the RGB output--but, what is the point of using a monitor versus a TV. Monitors can display the full range of RGB and if you have to disable it to get it to work, well...

    This cable will NOT work consistently between a PS4 and an ASUS VS278Q-P at 1080p. A shorter cable is fine, but at this length, no matter how much you limit the output from the PS4, I imagine, the only way to get this to work would be to lower the resolution. I don't care to test to see if it does work at lower resolutions. There may be more data from the monitor in this case where it just doesn't work in the same setup as the ViewSonic. I tried several settings I was willing to accept, but none worked.

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