Simple answer is that the QED will be miles better than the ThatCable, so I'd go for that.
Does anyone know when this is released as all i can find is the old version.
Truly exceptional: colours are awesome, sound clear. They bring out fine details that I hadn't realised were there. I use it to connect my Panasonic DMR EX78 to a Panasonic TX 32 LXD. Highly recommended.
have these conecting sky hd and ps3 through amp to the plasma,colours are deep and sound is alot more detailed! brilliant!
The QED Performance HDMI cable has now been through three iterations:
-QED Performance HDMI
-QED New Performance HDMI
The first two were identical and just a marketing re branding.
The last one is a technical improvement with higher guage conductors and better quality signal. It was released in November 2008.
If someone could help it would be great,txs...
I am using the Denon`s 2010 Blu-Ray Linked with Chord HDMI Active to Denon AVR-1909 so sound-wise I am fine,but I would like an upgrade for the HDMI cable from the AVR to my Samsung 40" LCD HD-Ready TV.I am currently using Lynx HDMI cable poorly reviewed by WHF. Is the 40 pound QED New Performance going to make a big difference in picture,or should I buy ThatCable 5 pound-5 star product if I need improvement only in picture,not in sound as well.
thank you very much for your help,it`s highly appreciated
Thanks for that,that`s what I thought too, but wanted to make sure that wouldn`t be spending unnecessarily
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