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rcommendations for a 10m component cable?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by zamwessell, Jun 18, 2004.

  1. zamwessell

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    I need a 10 m component cable running from my Arcam DV27/AVR 300 to a projector.

    Any recommendations?
     
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    Qed PCV1 or new 30th anniversary version
    Or if price is too high then 3x cable talk video3
    All QED, Ixos, VanDenHul, and Cable talk leads can be custom ordered to length from dealers!
    Other brands probably do the same but I've never dealt with any others.
     
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    Thanks for the quick reply.

    I shall see what deals i can get on the QED cables.
     
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    zamwessell

    Lots of options and lots of opinions - I use and supply VanDamme, QED, Supra and BetterCables.

    Given the quality of your source I'd suggest the BetterCables Silver Serpent or Silver Reference - see http//:www.bettercables.com

    If you have to have the AVR-300 between your DVD and your Projector I'd also suggest a short length of the same cable between the source and the AV Receiver; if you don't HAVE to have the AVR-300 in the system I'd tend to bypass it (though it does have decent quality video switching).

    Best regards

    Joe
     

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