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HDMI Male to HDMI Male (Most Common)

HDMI Male to HDMI Male (Most Common)
We know picking the correct HDMI cable can seem difficult, especially when it seems like the choices are confusing. We guarantee that any of our cables listed here, will give you a perfect signal, when hooked up from a good source to a display. If you are running the cable in a wall, then you should select a cable that says In-Wall Rated, or CL-2, CL-3. If you are running the cable through conduit, and the conduit is in-wall rated, then any cable would be fine. If you are using couplers, splitters or wall plates, you may want to think about getting the thicker cables for a better signal. The AWG is the Wire Gauge, and the lower the number, the thicker the cable. All cables have layers of shielding in them, plus they are a digital cable (zeros and ones) instead of analog, so the picture will come out clean and sharp. If you are unsure as to which cable to get, call us or email us today !!


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