If its a short run just go for a standard Molex cable (~£17 for 2m), there's no point spending more as it'll gain you nothing.
Interesting.I agree the Molex is a well made cable but i have tried a few cables now against the standard Molex and they are Wireworld Ultraviolet / Chord Silver Plus and also the new Nordost Silver Screen HDMI cable and all gave a sharper and better picture quality overall.
Have you got any screen shots with the various cables that clearly highlight the differences?
Which is why I was asking whether you had proof of the difference as most people are not in a position to compare several different cables in different price brackets and therefore have to buy just 1 cable on the strength of reviews and/or user comments.i know this is something of great debate and it is only 1's and 0's so what difference should it make but it does and urge people to try and then decide.
GloryHornet - the key difference between the Denon AK-HM cables and the QED QUNEX-P or Molex being the Denon is rated to 1080p; the other two are rated to 720p/1080i.
Being 1080p compliant is not going to be relevant to everyone and to further muddy your decision making I'd have to say that the Denon 1930 works (for me) best when you don't invoke its up conversion!!!
If you want something that's guaranteed to perform with all signals up to and including 1080p for under 50.00 GBP have a look at - http://www.bettercables.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=3
I would guess he means to output from the DVD in 720x576 and let the display device do the scaling.Joe, do you mean its better when the HDMi feature is switched off, or do you mean leave it at its lowest setting,i.e. 585/720p?
What differences? There aren't any to be seen, and its not like I'm using low end kit.
I presume the differences are down to better quality cable and it's sheilding, i know that this is something HDMI 1.3 is based upon and a must for that version.
loz - I have said all i am going to say in this thread and like i said before people should make there own mind up rather than completely disregard it.