|Solid-Cordz Premium Gold Plated HDMI Cable|
I love to watch movies and with my new Premium Gold Plated HDMI cable from Solid-Cordz, the picture quality is exceptional on my HDTV. It’s so much easier to connect my Blu-ray player with this type of cable. If you have HDMI ports on your stuff use this type of cable because everything is sharper than you can imagine and it’s easier to connect!
Blu-ray’s image quality gives us the theater experience at home. We have great movies and enjoy watching them whenever we please without traveling, spending money on gas and theater snacks, now from the comfort of our home.
I received the HDMI 2 Pack of this Premium Series Gold Plated 6 ft. High Speed DDMI Cable with Ethernet and 4K Support from Solid-Cordz to review. It also has 3D Gaming Support and is Xbox and PS3 compatible.
This cable’s interfacing using those gold-plated HDMI connectors helps provide the best signal transfer between whatever audio/visual source you intend to use it with while it protects against EMI/RFI interference.
Besides set-top boxes and Blue-ray Disc players, this cable also would be great for DVD players, video game consoles, AV receivers and/or an audio and/or a video monitor, such as a digital television or plasma monitor, over a single cable.
It also supports Dolby® TrueHD and DTS-HD Master AudioTM standards. Furthermore, it is HDCP & RoHS compliant.
Though I am not tech savvy, I do know what I like and it’s beautiful reception when it comes to picking up a fantastic signal. And with Solid-Cordz’s, Premium Series Gold Plated 6 ft. High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (latest Edition), you get an excellent choice when you plug in! Remember you invested in a lot of cool tech gadgets so don’t skimp on the ‘pipes’ between them!
Do look into picking up the HDMI 2 Pack - PREMIUM SERIES GOLD Plated 6 ft High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet (latest Edition) 4K Support - 3D Gaming Support - Xbox & PS3 Compatible by Solid Cordz® on Amazon ($35).
*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*