Thursday, May 31, 2012 11:06:43 PM
Monoprice.com for teh win! I will admit, I used to buy into the whole pricier cable thing when it was for analog speaker cable. But digital cable? Really? And it's 1300 for silver cable? Gold, I could probably understand. I mean, the amount of silver needed to make about 4.5` of HDMI probably weighs in at less than $100. That means there`s probably about $1,200 that you`re being relieved of.
Thursday, May 31, 2012 10:31:14 AM
While I realize a digital signal either works or it doesn't, the hype around pricier cables is that they are guaranteed to work with higher data rates (which I suppose means higher video resolution) and are more likely to work with longer or weakened signal paths (such as if you send your signal through several cables via a HDMI splitter).