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Pros: Transferred the full 1080p signal 50' without any trouble. TV seems to take a second to detect the signal but once it does, there's no problem! Picture quality seems perfect. Not bad for a 50' cable run!!
I was unfamiliar with the brand but these cables seem to be VERY solidly built. The cable has heavy, thick gauge housing and VERY solid housing around the end connectors. The cable survived being fished through 50' of walls and ceilings, and I was most concerned that this might damage the cable but no problems!! CL2 housing is a really nice feature too!
Great price for a long High-speed CL2 HDMI cable!
Cons: Not really a con, because I wanted a durable heavy cable but beware that this cable is very thick, (about the diameter of a Sharpie felt pen) and the ends are very beefy plastic. If you have really tight connections or cable runs, use caution.
Otherwise no cons I can see.
Other Thoughts: It will be interesting to see how the cable lasts, I've seen lots of reviews of other low cost brands saying that they eventually stop working. Not sure why this could be. I'll try to do another review in 6 months or so. Very happy with cable so far though!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BYTECC HMSAVERR HDMI Saver, Male to Female Vertical Left 90 Degrees
Pros: Great fit, tight connections, seems to be solidly built. Transfers full 1080p signal, no distortion I could see.
Cons: None that I can think of.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BYTECC HMSAVER HDMI Saver, Male to Female 90 Degrees
Pros: Tight connections, very compact, transfers full 1080p signal. Thinnest adapter I have tried. Sticks out 1-2mm less than SYBA adapter. Veryy happy with this adapter. Works Perfectly.
Cons: Not quite as solid as the SYBA version. What you gain with a very thin adapter sacrifices some 'solidness'. Namely, the plastic surround of the male HDMI end doesn't meet the plastic surround of the female adapter, basically the metal ends are all that are supporting the connection. This isn't a big deal, doesn't affect function but if the HDMI cable were to be pulled on it would put quite a bit of stress on the metal end itself.READ FULL REVIEW