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Audio Dimension Flat Ribbon HDMI Cable 1 Metre, 2 Metres & 5 Metres for $1, $2 & $3 Instore SYD


Hi All
For a limited time & while stocks last we are reducing our Audio Dimension flat ribbon HDMI cables with an rrp of $29.95 & $39.95 for only:
$1 for 1 Metre
$2 for 2 Metres
$3 for 5 Metres
1 per customer

Limited to ozbargain members. Must mention ozbargain to receive this price.

In store pickup only (SYD).

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  • +5

    What specification of HDMI are these?

  • ….no love from you for those who do not reside in Sydney or cannot come into the store for collection.

  • Store pickup, is there a limit to how many i can pick up?

    • …Yes……1 per customer !

      • Thanks

  • 1 per customer per size or only 1 cable i can get all together?

  • Is this cable support HDMI ver 1.4?

  • $1,499.00 for a HDMI cable. Outside of it being long 20+ metres, what does this cable do that a cable from DSE wouldn't do?

    • +2

      Transports you to another universe, quit complaining its cheaper than dse and it might not have been opened and returned ;p

      • http://www.pacificcable.com/hdmi_tutorial.htm

        With the release of the HDMI Specification Version 1.4, there are now five cable types, all with different capabilities and performance characteristics:

        Standard HDMI Cable (v.1.3 and Earlier)
        Standard HDMI Cable with Ethernet (v.1.4 and Older)
        Standard HDMI Automotive Cable
        High Speed HDMI Cable (v.1.3 and Earlier)
        High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (v.1.4. and Later)
        COMING SOON: Super High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet and Teleportation (v.1.4.1. and Later)

        p.s. Interesting

        For Cable - Adopters may no longer use HDMI version numbers in the labeling, packagin, or promotion of any cable product. This is effective immediately for any references to the HDMI Specification Version 1.4, and Adopters have a one-year grace period for removing references to earlier version of the HDMI specification when describing their cables.

        For Non-Cable Products - Effective as of January 1, 2012, all non-cable products cannot make any reference to HDMI version numbers. Until that time Adopters can use HDMI version numbers only when the feature or features associated with that HDMI version number is clearly specified. For instance, a manufacturer can describe a product as featuring "HDMI v.1.4 with Audio Return Channel and HDMI Ethernet Channel", but may not describe a product as being "HDMI v.1.4 compliant."

  • +1

    Can you do me a great deal on some B&W CM9s?

  • hopefully I could get one when I am at your store later.

  • I don't get it… the cheapest Audio Dimension HDMI cable is $199.

  • Lol markup to the XTREME

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