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Master Geek


Topic # 22517 30-May-2008 11:17
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Hi All,

I have my hands on some ridiculously priced HDMI cables. DSE Branded/Packaged but are of good quality.

HDMI-HDMI M-M 5M                   $10
HDMI-HDMI M-M 10M                 $15
TOSLINK .5M                             $7
DVD-DVD M-M 10M                     $15

All inc gst exclude courier.

Will post pics up soon.

Simon
 

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  Reply # 134403 30-May-2008 11:45
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How many?




Hmmmm



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  Reply # 134405 30-May-2008 11:53
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Updated with approx qtys.

HDMI-HDMI M-M 5M                   $10              10
HDMI-HDMI M-M 10M                 $15              30
TOSLINK .5M                             $7                30
DVD-DVD M-M 10M                     $15              40

Simon

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 134415 30-May-2008 12:38
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That IS ridiculous pricing! How did you manage that?










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  Reply # 134435 30-May-2008 14:39
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Ask no questions, tell no lies :)


They are 100% legit, and thats all you need to know Cool

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  Reply # 134454 30-May-2008 15:55
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Where abouts are you? Could be interrested in a TOSLINK. How much for shipping?



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  Reply # 134465 30-May-2008 16:51
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Im in Palmerston North. Shipping is about $5 to most places excluding rural.



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  Reply # 134468 30-May-2008 17:09
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What are the white stickers on them?

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  Reply # 134471 30-May-2008 17:14
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I'll take a 5m HDMI-HDMI :D



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  Reply # 134478 30-May-2008 17:31
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Stock code stickers

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  Reply # 134486 30-May-2008 18:05
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Woah, sweet deal. I'll have a think about getting a 5m one.

Do these do HDMI 1.3 etc?



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  Reply # 134519 30-May-2008 20:29
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Not sure, will check for you tomorrow as I dont have them with me. I dont see why they wouldnt.

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