Don't let anyone say you can't run hdmi 75 feet. I'm running a cable box and computer through a 2 way splitter then 75' through this cable to another 4 way split to three 82" dlp tvs and it's working great.
PROS: Quality cable that is built to last Great warranty Great Price
Great length (fished thru walls and attic) to get my directv signal from its source to my bedroom. No need for another box from them. Use RF on remote and "Wham" in business.
PROS: Ends have protective cover which is useful while pulling cable to its permanent place to ensure no damage. Heavy sheath on the cable also an advantage to protect cable while installing.
CONS: Not really a con but a caution. Coiled in tight ring for shipment. Customer needs to unroll and get any twists out of cable prior to installation. Wish I would have purchased the high speed cable vs a standard cable for future more high advanced upgrades to come. I will have to settle on 1080i as best signal capable on cable.
I purchased two of these cables in 2012 to run to HDMI lines from our closet (where the home theater equipment is kept) to a 60 inch plasma in our bedroom. Picture and audio are perfect. I have had no problems with the cables. I also ran 4 other sets of the 50 foot length cables to two other TV's from separate audio/video equipment in the house and have had no problems with them either.
Although the cables are thick, the shielding protects signal strength. I had to have one of the 50 foot cables run along side a 220 volt electrical line (about 3 inches away). I was worried the 220 line would cause interference. Thankfully, it didn't!
I highly recommend these cables.
PROS: Great signal strength, picture and clear audio no distortion. Quality and reliability are awesome! All cables worked out of the box.
CONS: Bulky and hard to bend in tight spaces. Purchase small, flexible extender cables to connect into devices to avoid damaging HDMI ports.