Tuesday, July 15, 2014

#Review - PREMIUM GOLD Plated HDMI Cable with Ethernet (28 AWG)

Searching for the right HDMI cable is hard as there are so many brands to chose from. I got the opportunity to review Premium Gold Plated HDMI Cable with Ethernet by Solid Cordz


My husband and I bought a LED HDTV.  I have a cable adapter box in my kids room that connects to this TV.   After I purchased it and got everything hooked up the picture quality to me seemed strange.  Why strange, because the picture quality looked like it was BEFORE all the channels went digital.  I was told to hook up the cable adapter box to an HDMI cable directly to the TV.  The cable adapter box is not HDTV as it is not a regular cable box its an adapter.

Cable Adapter Box
TV HDMI Connection

After putting the wires above the picture came to life again.  The quality was crystal clear and you could definitely see the difference. It is like night and day.  Very happy with these wires.  The extra cable is a bonus as it will be used for our Wii U game console. 

Device Description

The Solid Cordz  are 6 ft, high speed HDMI cable with ethernet (28 AWG) provides an interface within any audio/video source, such as set-top boxes, Blue-ray Disc players, DVD players, video game consoles, AV receivers and an audio and/or video monitor, such as digital television or plasma monitor, over a single cable.

This high speed HDMI cables has been designed to meet the performance standards set by HDMI 1.4 and have passed stringent Category 2 testing. They are backward compatible to all previous versions.

The major enhancements introduced in the HDMI 1.4 specification

• HDMI® Ethernet Channel 
• Audio Return Channel
• 4K Resolution Support 

Now you too can purchase these Premium Gold Plated HDMI Cable wires just go to Amazon.

Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. It good to have the HDMI Cable with Ethernet (28 AWG). It comes in handy for TV multi purpose use. Thank for the info.