Thin, flexible, High Speed HDMI cables

AidenL

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Hi all.

Just wondering what you would recommend as a skinny , flexible HDMI cable, one which ideally would handle 18GBs over 8m approx?

I bought some Amazon basics, but they are quite thick and inflexible.

Thanks in advance.
 

AidenL

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Anyone have any pointers on this?
 

AidenL

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Thanks Joe. Do you have them on your site?

Also, for 'basic' 10gig 4K , any standard skinnier ones, as in non fibre?
 

Joe Fernand

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Drop John a note ([email protected]) and he can confirm pricing.

Have only used the slim wire cables up to 5m and even then only a couple of times.

Have you considered adding a short flexible 'tail' at each one of the installed cable - takes the strain off of the Input/Output sockets.

Joe
 

AidenL

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Site is currently down for a clean up.

Drop John a note ([email protected]) and he can confirm pricing.

Have only used the slim wire cables up to 5m and even then only a couple of times.

Have you considered adding a short flexible 'tail' at each one of the installed cable - takes the strain off of the Input/Output sockets.

Joe
Thanks!

What would the tail be?
 

Joe Fernand

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'What would the tail be?' - a short HDMI (F) to HDMI (M) using some of the very flexible cable stock.

Joe
 

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