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Pros: Solid construction, thick gauge cable, transmission quality is noticeably superior to standard HDMI. Anything over 50ft normally requires to be converted to SDI or Ethernet and back which requires converters on both ends, this solution for 50ft length in wall is ideal. "This is an active cable which means its directional" "READ LABELS"
Overall Review: Would absolutely recommend for use on any display at 50ft distance.
Overall Review: Great image quality in Blender 3D, streaming video, video conferencing, etc.
Used it between a macbook pro 15" (2015) and a Dell branded Full HD (1920x1200) monitor, and currently using it from a early Intel NUC (small footprint, Haswell CPU) computer with an adapter from micro-HDMI port to receive this cable.
For many months, no issues.
Not using the Ethernet channel of this cable currently, but video signal comes through strong and steady.
Pros: Cable has little to no loss, and functions exactly as expected. 50 Feet of cable with great response times from end to end. Ends are very solid and lock in well. I have this configured from a source, to HDMI 1 to 4 splitter feeding 2 65inch 4k TVs, 1 28inch monitor and 1 15inch monitor. All of the cables are 50 feet cables (one of the connections is almost 75 feet from source, others are 30+ feet from HDMI splitter.
Cons: There are a few here, but this is to be expected. Cable is semi thick so it does not always lay flat, may need to be taped down if using it in temporary places. The cable is directional, so you have to be sure what end is plugged into source/TV. There are yellow tags attached to cable showing source and TV ends, but if these are removed or come off, there is no other markers. The ends of the cable (and cable itself) are a little heavy, and may need to be set in a way that it will not hang on your HDMI input plug (I just did a wire tie so that the cable itself was not constantly pulling down on the connection point).
Overall Review: If you are looking to stay aware from wireless video delay, This cable does a great job in reaching across rooms.
Pros: Great quality
Cons: No HDCP, so running multiples won't work.
Overall Review: Great c able if you're only running one.
Pros: -Works with my 4k receiver to output my PC in 4k.
Cons: -Cable is thicker than normal HDMI cables so its harder to route along corners.
Pros: Well built cable 4k 60hz with no problem
Overall Review: i would buy StarTech HDMM7MP again if needed but i doubt this one will go bad
Pros: Very high quality cable with no signal loss
Cons: Price, but if you want quality you have to be willing to spend