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Cable Wholesale HDMI to DVI Cable CL2 in Wall Rated 15ft
Our 15ft HDMI to DVI-D single link cable will connect to a DVI-D or DVI-I digital flat panel and home theater devices such as DVD players, set-top boxes, projectors, switches and splitters with HDMI to DVI or vice versa. This premium high performance cable supports HDCP, high-bandwidth, uncompressed video, and has double shielding and 24k Gold connectors which prevents signal loss and screen ghosting for maximum video performance. This cable is compatible with all HDTV resolutions up to 1080p and is UL listed. In wall rated CL2.NOTE: HDMI-DVI cables are a VIDEO ONLY solution. The audio signal is not transmitted.
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36 of 38 found the following review helpful:
Fantastic cable!Jan 02, 2009
By J. Lim
I use this cable to connect my PC to my Samsung 32" LCD HDTV...and boy, is the picture quality something to behold!
The image quality is really quite fantastic and this cable has worked rather admirably. I required 15' because of the distance between my PC and TV, but I can see no image distortion/ghosting/other problems of any kind.
I purchased this cable about 2.5 months ago, and have had no problems with it since! I should also make it a point to mention that the price of the cable is very reasonable!
If you are at all interested in using your HDTV for a monitor, definitely consider buying this cable. The quality of DVI, as opposed to VGA, is very much superior, in my opinion.
18 of 18 found the following review helpful:
works as advertised!Jun 27, 2010
I have 2 PCs that I wanted to connect to my 32 inch 1080p TV. My Gaming PC and my browsing PC (aka "dirty computer") I needed 2 cheap cables that would fit the bill. I held off making a review coz I wanted to test them out for at least a month of heavy usage and I can certainly say that I didn't have any problem with them whatsoever. One thing people should be aware of is that most companies are trying to market hdmi cables and hdmi/dvi cables like they were doing with the analog rca/component cables. hdmi, dvi or any other digital cables either work or don't work since the signal is digital. Even if the signal weakens or get some interference, as long as the required amount data goes through, you will not see a difference. It's not like an analog signal where you will see image degradation because of signal loss or interference. A digital signal will either show you the picture or no picture at all... there is nothing in between! Don't believe in marketing!!!
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Gets the job doneFeb 01, 2011
By Tech Enthusiast Clay
This is one of those products that doesn't have a lot of features to describe. It's a cable. It carries a signal from one end to the other. This particular cable does exactly what it is designed to do. Just make sure you know that it isn't designed to carry audio (DVI doesn't carry audio), and also make sure that your computer has the right DVI input. So, in summary, it works as intended.
18 of 22 found the following review helpful:
NOT 24 PINS, ONLY 18. BUYER BEWARE.Aug 31, 2011
By Pissed Off Customer
The picture of the item shows a 24 pin DVI cable. I recieved an 18 pin DVI cable. How about a correctly pictured product?
4 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Connects my laptop to my TVNov 19, 2010
By Review Man
This cable lets me use my HDTV as a computer monitor, and it works great. If you're wondering how, it's easy (these are Windows Vista instructions - other operating systems may vary though all Windows systems are probably the same or similar):
First, turn off your computer. Then connect the DVI jack on the cable to your computer's DVI output and the HDMI jack to an available HDMI input on your TV. Use your TV's remote to select that HDMI input on your TV. Then turn on your computer. When it boots up it will send the video signal automatically to your TV and you're in business.
Note that this cable will only transfer the video signal (not the audio) to your TV. You can either listen to the audio through your computer's speakers or you'll need an additional cable to send the audio to either your TV or your stereo system.
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