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Premium GOLD Plated W/ Ethernet HDMI Cords Dual Pack Product Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Happy girl here! I received a 2 pack of HDMI cords to review. YAY. I'm a bit of a techie and love when I can try out anything dealing with electronics. 

Product Details:
  • Gold Plated
  • HDMI Ethernet channel
  • 4k resolution support
  • Audio return channel
  • 3D Gaming Support for PS3 and Xbox 360
  • Can be used on any regular HDMI port--Blu-ray player, DVD player, certain gaming consoles, computer, tablet, Plasma t.v., HD t.v., Smart t.v.
  • Provide optimal signal transfer

My Thoughts on This Product:

The product arrived very quickly and each cord was packed separately in plastic bags and capped off at the tips with plastic caps.

This pack of cords couldn't have arrived at a better time. The HDMI cord that I was previously using, attached to my PS3 and flat screen HD t.v., was not working properly. The picture was flickering and it just looked awful. I tossed that old cord in the trash the second I saw how well these cords worked. 
I love the length because I keep my PS3 a bit of a distance from my television so as not to cause any magnetic interference between the two. The cord has a lot of room and won't curl up or get bent because it's so long. 
The cords are slightly thicker than my previous cord which is also perfect. I believe that these cords are more durable than my thinner, shorter one that I trashed.
I don't think that the fact that they are Gold plated really makes much of a difference. The picture quality does look great-movies look great, games look even better. Happy that these cords are in perfect condition so goodbye flickering picture. Blu-ray movies look gorgeous.
I used the other one with my HD DVD player and oher HD t.v. and looks great there too. 
I'm very happy with both of these cables. I'm actually looking forward to using these with my computer or tablet since they both have HDMI ports as well.

Do you currently use HDMI cords on your t.v. or the traditional red, yellow, and white AV cords? 

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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