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Good Morning everybody,

I relatively new to this so I apologise if I say something a little untoward.

I'm installing a home cinema into my apartment and as part of this, have an 8K TV. Over the past few weeks I've been ordering accessories and speakers (which I have no idea how to set up!) and I have come across one hurdle.

HDMI cables. I am under the impression that I will need an 8K HDMI cable to get the proper output from my devices and settled at this point on a cord from BUNU

It seems reasonably priced, the same type of cable is £99 from some high-street retailers and it has a 48GB transfer rate and is HDMI certified.

Question: is there a genuine difference in quality of output from a cable of this type, and is it worthwhile me looking at some of the more expensive options on the market.

I've seen some cables valued up to £2500 which I think is astronomical but keen to hear your thoughts on it.

Andrew.
 

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Monoprice HDMI cables are popular online for being some of the lowest-priced cables around. These affordable and accessible cables support the latest HDMI standards such as 4K, eARC, and YUV 4:4:4. However, be sure to double check you're specifically purchasing the Premium Certified high-speed cables as opposed to the cheaper standard speed options.
These basic cables do tend to be on the thin side, so they’re less suited to long-term applications or installations where they can't easily be accessed and replaced. Nonetheless, Monoprice offers some of the widest variety of options for HDMI cables, ranging in features, length, and color options.
 

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Monoprice HDMI cables are popular online for being some of the lowest-priced cables around. These affordable and accessible cables support the latest HDMI standards such as 4K, eARC, and YUV 4:4:4. However, be sure to double check you're specifically purchasing the Premium Certified high-speed cables as opposed to the cheaper standard speed options.
These basic cables do tend to be on the thin side, so they’re less suited to long-term applications or installations where they can't easily be accessed and replaced. Nonetheless, Monoprice offers some of the widest variety of options for HDMI cables, ranging in features, length, and color options.
I've already gone ahead and bought the BUNU gold plated HDMI now hahaha. It got here yesterday it seems legit and have had no problems with it...
 
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