Commercial Silver Series High Speed HDMI® Cable, 10ft Black
    Product # 3659
    Commercial Silver Series High Speed HDMI® Cable, 10ft Black
    Product # 3659
    $14.75
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    Commercial Silver Series High Speed HDMI® Cable, 10ft Black

    Get superior signal conductivity using this Commercial Silver Series High Speed HDMI® Cable from Monoprice!

    This High Speed HDMI Cable supports the following general features:

    • Silver plated conductors for superior signal conductivity
    • 10.2Gbps data throughput
    • CL2 in-wall fire safety rating
    • 24AWG silver plated copper conductors
    • Gold plated connectors

    It supports the following HDMI features:

    • 1080p resolution at 60Hz
    • 4K resolution at 24Hz
    • 3D video
    • Audio Return Channel
    • Deep Color up to 16-bits per channel
    • x.v.Color™
    • High Definition Audio, including SA-CD, DVD-Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Dolby TrueHD™

    TIP: It is a good idea to test cables and connections before installing them inside a wall. If there are any issues or problems, we can help you resolve them before you spend the time, effort, and expense of installing them inside the walls.



    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    x.v.Color is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

    DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

    Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

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    4.9 / 5.0
    715 Reviews
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    Heavy Gauge/ Silver Plating
    A 24 AWG cable will be particularly stiff, heavy and susceptible to damage: I advise using 26 AWG or smaller for home applications. About 20% of the cables I received were DOA (given the tight bending radius of the shipped item). About 20% broke during handling. Applications incorporating a tight bend radius (approximately 3-4") by the connector/termination will be asking for trouble.

    After dissecting the ruined articles: Each of the signal wires in the twisted pairs are silver plated but the bulk of the wires (the grounding wires, etc) are tin plated. Given most of the wires are tin-plated anyway, you're better off buying fully tin plated cables for typical applications. Tin plating is typically easier to solder to anyway so your cable is more likely to be assembled to the connector well... the flip of the coin is exposed tin will grow whiskers overtime creating a conductive path between potentials (signal and ground) which will short out the signal... this is why very old electronics tend to just break one-day (do a search for "tin whiskers" and read the articles on the nasa webpage if your curiosity is peaked).

    I'm overall disappointed with the "silver-plated cable" ... simply because it isn't... it would be like buying a "gold necklace" and discovering only the clasp is gold and the rest is gilded. It is to be expected however: at the time of this review, the monoprice website directs the user to the same tin-plated cable stock spec for silver and for tin plated parts (this should be adjusted to reflect the appropriate spec for the appropriate cable stock). When I attempted to contact one of the Monoprice engineers about this I was pointed in the direction of sales then back to engineering and my patience gave out (so a few minus points on that experience).

    Likewise, I'd recommend steering clear of 24 awg cable for typical at home applications (get something smaller and more flexible). If you are wondering whether or not you need a 24 AWG cable, chances are you don't.

    With all that said: I definitely recommend you use Monoprice HDMI cables. They're cheap enough where you can buy a few extras and cherry-pick which ones work and keep the extra working ones laying around for when you get more toys. Buy the tin-plated ones, and unless you're in a studio or running very very long cable runs, go for the thinner and more flexible versions. HDMI signals are digital and, overall, robust (your device will interpret the signal bits of information... it won't act differently if the shape of the bit is compromised... unlike analogue). The cable is comprised of shielded twisted pairs: consequently there is an inherent variation of approximately 10 % in the overall impedance of the stock cable run so there is very little that can be done to improve the cable (thickness and plating of the wires) when you compare it to the overall structural design.
    July 8, 2010
    High Quality - Not pliable for flat panel LED TVs
    I have a Samsung 60UN6300 that I was going to flat wall mount with the matched Samsung "picture frame" hanging accessory. The cable and cores are so thick and unbending that the will not fit well into the horizontal HDMI ports on the back of the set. There is no way to flat mount using these cable, especially if you add the ferrite cores. If you own a thin LED, I would suggest using the flat HDMI cables instead.

    PROS: Very substantial 24 AWG cables. Good signal transfer for both audio and video,

    CONS: Very thick diameter (expected for 24AWG) but not pliable enough to use for flat wall mounting. Difficult to connect to thin flat panel LED TVs.
    January 4, 2011
    Great Product
    The kids ran over it, and the dog chewed on it for a few seconds, and it just kept on working. What more needs to be said.


    PROS: Strong and rugged.

    CONS: None
    November 23, 2011
    5/5
    Works great, but the cable is HUGE, as in extremely thick. Because the gauge of the cable only matters at longer lengths than this, I would advise against this beast in favor of a more maneuverable option
    December 15, 2011
    HDMI Cable
    Very substantial cable. I would recommend this for applications where strength is a must.

    PROS: Very heavy duty. Quality is evident.

    CONS: Might be too large and stiff for some applications. Doesn't like to bend much around the cable's terminal.
    October 28, 2010
    Quality cable at great price
    Well built and affordable. It's a thick cable with little give so if you have a tight spot to plug into it could be a problem.
    September 20, 2010
    thick and unmanegable
    The cable to too thick and too stiff. It is not pliable and very hard to manipulate
    in tight quarters.

    PROS: Does what is advertises.

    CONS: The cable to too thick and too stiff. It is not pliable and very hard to work with.
    July 4, 2011
    As expected
    This cable is being used to temporarily connect my daughter's HD tv while we wait for delivery of our 73" warranty replacement.
    As always, Monoprice has provided a quality product at a reasonable price.

    PROS: Quality and price

    CONS: None
    April 2, 2011
    5/5
    one of the more expensive HDMI cables on monoprice, but worth it. obviously not very flexible so get more length than you think. upon inspection, there is only a slight difference between the silver and tin connectors themselves, and i dont have a direct comparison for video quality. either way- beautiful 1080p from a ps3 on the cheap.
    July 9, 2008
    HDMI Cable
    The quality of signal through this cable is fantastic. As other reviewers have mentioned though, make sure you do have enough room behind your TV and AV components as it is a thick cable and not as flexible as other cables. Highly recommend this product and even though it is one of the more expensive cables sold through Monoprice, it is still less than half what you would pay for a similar cable at a box store.
    December 19, 2008

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