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What hdmi cable is best for the ln52b750?

by Pogiboy67 / September 17, 2009 11:50 AM PDT

Trying to connect my HDTV receiver box to the ln52b750. What hdmi cable do u guys recommend?

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What hdmi cable is best for the ln52b750?
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / September 18, 2009 9:08 AM PDT


There are a lot of options out there, and some relatively inexpensive ones as well. You will, however, want to make sure that the cable is rated at a v.1.3 or higher for CEC capabilities.


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Which one...
by skippyoz / October 20, 2009 10:52 AM PDT

I have two choices:

1. Monster... Ultimate High Speed 1000, 15.8 Gbps, 1080p+, 120/240 Hz, 14-Bit Color, Monster 3D, Dolby/DTS-HD
2. MonoPrice item #4965

As far as I can tell, the comparable features on the MonoPrice are:
- Supported Resolutions: 480i to 1080p
- Bandwidth: up to 340 Mhz (10.2 Gbps)
- Deep Color: 10-bit, 12-bit, and 3*16-bit (48-bit RGB or YCbCr) color depths. ?x.v.Color??
- HDMI Spec: 1.3a

Does this mean that the MonoPrice will definitely handle the 240 Hz, and will the limit of the 10.2 Gbps hinder the experience? Also, the Monster is 14-Bit Color... I don't get the MonoPrice color comparison.

Please help.

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Which one...
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / October 22, 2009 4:28 PM PDT
In reply to: Which one...


Many others have posted here about cables.

You will want a HDMI v.1.3 compliant cable for the HDMI-CEC capabilities and compliance (Anynet+).

The cable itself won't "handle 240Hz" because no source is offering 240Hz. All of the source signals are 60hz (Blu-Ray, cable/sat boxes, game consoles, DVD, etc), and are upconverted to 120Hz or 240Hz (depending on your model) after it reaches the television.


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by skippyoz / October 22, 2009 7:10 PM PDT
In reply to: Which one...

Just plugged it in last night for the first time, using the MonoPrice.

It looks fantastic. Just stunning.

I can't imagine it getting any better, so I think I'm returning the Monster.

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by CrotalusHH / October 23, 2009 12:38 AM PDT
In reply to: Thanks

Monster cables are way overpriced. Many of the cheaper cables are made by the same mfg.

Just like gasoline. All the brands come out of the same refinery.

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What hdmi cable is best for the ln52b750?
by waldwolf / October 20, 2009 12:51 PM PDT

Pogiboy67 -

Take a look at this offer. Its $8.99, gold plated, double insulated and guaranteed to meet the forthcoming 1440p specs.

To quote one buyer wo also has a Monster HDMI cable: "...the overall picture and sound that it offers is excellent. Switching between this and a Monster Cable 500 offered the same picture and sound quality, with no noticeable difference."


$90.00 or $'s your choice. Amazon has many many more, ranging from $0.01 up.

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