And I am sold that fools will continue to be parted with their money.rdrr2008 said:Let me say this first...THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. I had a friend watch with me just to make sure my eyes didn't deceive me. We started out with the Wally World one and ya it was a good picture don't get me wrong. But after looking at it hooked up with the Audiphiles HDMI we both immediately looked at eachother and said holy S*#t. The picture was so much crisper, cleaner, and more vivid, it seemed. We hooked up the cheap one again and it was like night and day to me. Everything seemed flat and dull. I am sold that it DOES matter which HDMI you have.
Please explain how this works. I'm especially interested in how 1s and 0's "leak in". But the "120's at 60hz" should be pretty amusing as well.gzink said:As long as the 1s and 0's from the cable one over don't leak in. or the 120's at 60hz.
Pretty sure gzink was being sarcastic.Please explain how this works. I'm especially interested in how 1s and 0's "leak in". But the "120's at 60hz" should be pretty amusing as well.
What do you mean by this? The frequency of the display has nothing to do with the cables. The cables carry digital data from the source to the TV. The highest that you are going to get today is 1080p which means 1920x1080 resolution at 60 frames per second. Your display may be 120Hz or 240Hz or 2400HZ for all I care but what does that have to do with the cable that is moving the 1s and 0s from the BluRay player to your TV?or the 120's at 60hz.