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Old 08-13-2007, 01:51 PM   #61
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Default Re: Tips for Home Theater cables...why are they so expensive???

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Your right it does.
Actually...I think that is one of HDMI's biggest pluses...one cable for all. I wish my TV had an HDMI port but I got it a year before that craze. I have a 57" HD Rear Projection. It's a beast but the picture is pristine since I had it calibrated professionally. It's been running strong since 2001 on component cables. I will make the jump to some sort of flat panel when this one eventually dies. So, no HDMI for me in the near future! :(
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Default Re: Tips for Home Theater cables...why are they so expensive???

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Actually...I think that is one of HDMI's biggest pluses...one cable for all. I wish my TV had an HDMI port but I got it a year before that craze. I have a 57" HD Rear Projection. It's a beast but the picture is pristine since I had it calibrated professionally. It's been running strong since 2001 on component cables. I will make the jump to some sort of flat panel when this one eventually dies. So, no HDMI for me in the near future! :(
that is good to know... We moved into this house a month ago, and I am about to set up the sound system...

Thanks for the info!!
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