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Topic # 24469 24-Jul-2008 19:37
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This might be of use to people who don't want to buy cables at rip off prices.

Ordered a 10m HDMI cable on friday night, arrived tuesday christchurch > hamilton. It looks like its good quality, around 10mm thick so its well insulated i'd say.
Ordered a 10m optical cable on monday night after getting a stock confirmation (if the quantity is below 10 they do a manual stock count), arrived thursday. Quality looks good, and it has caps over the ends to protect it when its not plugged in.

Would recommend to anyone wanting cheap cables.

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  Reply # 151090 24-Jul-2008 20:43
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Speaking of ripoff cables (and I know monster cables have been mentioned here before!) but did anyone see the latest Harvey Norman ad with the $400 1 m HDMI cable for really(!) high bandwidth...

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  Reply # 151097 24-Jul-2008 21:02
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I've used this company before for other cables, and I think they're great. Cheap, easy to use web site, massive selection of stuff, informative emails.




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  Reply # 151670 26-Jul-2008 21:01
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eXDee: ... Would recommend to anyone wanting cheap cables.


Do not appear to be particularly cheap for some products?

eg 5.0m Dynamix Type A male HDMI-HDMI Cable.

  + Cables Direct - $29.36 + shipping ($4?) + GST + (not certain if there is a VISA charge?)

  + Ascent - $28.35  INCL shipping & GST & no charge for VISA  (& Ascent are unlikely to be the cheapest?).

Most orders I have had from Ascent have been delivered next business day if product is in stock.

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