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Topic # 56653 20-Jan-2010 11:08
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I am looking for a HDMI cable around 10m. Anybody know of places that sell them for a reasonable price? Best I have seen is at Cablesdirect where they are $76+GST. I can get them cheaper in the US (have a friend who can mail it out to me)

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  Reply # 291432 20-Jan-2010 11:27
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Trade Me http://www.trademe.co.nz/Electronics-photography/Home-audio/Home-theatre/auction-265447427.htm

10m for $59.95 with free shipping. First place i looked :)

also http://www.trademe.co.nz/Gaming/Xbox-360/Accessories/Cables-leads/auction-265534669.htm

10m currently going for $39 + $7 courier..

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  Reply # 291435 20-Jan-2010 11:33
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$40.50+GST from Computer Dynamics




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  Reply # 291440 20-Jan-2010 11:41
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Thanks guys - one of those links is going to do it for me




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  Reply # 291444 20-Jan-2010 11:56
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try jaycar.co.nz



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  Reply # 291451 20-Jan-2010 12:13
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Thanks - I got one for $39 from TM and no shipping - will pick up.




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  Reply # 292268 22-Jan-2010 16:47
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lchiu7: I am looking for a HDMI cable around 10m. Anybody know of places that sell them for a reasonable price? Best I have seen is at Cablesdirect where they are $76+GST. I can get them cheaper in the US (have a friend who can mail it out to me)

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Take care, some 10M cables may only be 1.1 or 1.2 many sell the older versions off cheap, you just dont know.

Some really cheap ones fail after or before 12mnths, thats not what you want inside your walls.

Some wont support the higher bandwidth for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, some will NOT display 1080p. 

Buy really cheap, get ready for disaster with a long run HDMI cable, I know! 

Look here www.hdmicable.co.nz


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you know? as in first hand experience? controlled testing?



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  Reply # 292296 22-Jan-2010 19:00
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Mine won't be in a wall and for $39 if they fail after a year, I am not that fussed




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  Reply # 292309 22-Jan-2010 19:48
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lchiu7: I am looking for a HDMI cable around 10m. Anybody know of places that sell them for a reasonable price? Best I have seen is at Cablesdirect where they are $76+GST. I can get them cheaper in the US (have a friend who can mail it out to me)

Thanks


Take care, some 10M cables may only be 1.1 or 1.2 many sell the older versions off cheap, you just dont know.

Some really cheap ones fail after or before 12mnths, thats not what you want inside your walls.

Some wont support the higher bandwidth for Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio, some will NOT display 1080p. 

Buy really cheap, get ready for disaster with a long run HDMI cable, I know! 

Look here www.hdmicable.co.nz



I know some guys have had good service from RapolloAV but some of their products can be had for a third of the price from www.monoprice.com.

You have to take shipping into account though so it would be best to order several cables/items at once.

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