Interesting, I just had a look
Do I dare ask your opinion on this whole matter Andrew?
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Of course: I am absolutely certain that pin carries power.
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They still make the active - just renamed it and in exact lenghts 5,10 and 15 metre and put the chip in the plug - called active resolution and is expensive
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At the show they told me they had stopped, more false information by the Chord rep
That looks pretty neat! But you know this is going to drive many on this thread round the bend
"The Chord Company has also revised and improved its acclaimed and award-winning HDMI Active cable."
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