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HDMI Monster Cable DOES break your inputs

by bevillan / March 19, 2007 12:48 AM PDT

So I know there is a thread about HDMI Monster cables and how they can mess up your inputs but I found out first hand that this is a big problem. I was using the rigid built Monster HDMI cable to go from my cablebox to my SXRD and after I lost picture from the cable box I did some testing to see what was the problem.

Luckily the HDMI inputs on the SXRD are fine but the cable had bent the pin connector in the cablebox so that I would have to put alot of pressure on the HDMI cable connector to get the picture back, which is obviously damage from strain on the Monster cable.

I went out and bought a Sony HDMI cable that seems to be built better, so be warned.

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(NT) Sorry you had to find out the hard way. John
by jcrobso / March 19, 2007 6:34 AM PDT
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hah, on the previous monster-bash-thread
by jostenmeat / March 19, 2007 12:58 PM PDT

I already mentioned that they had loosened up one of my Hdmi slots on my hdtv. I guess its worth mentioning again here.

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