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T-Rex Digital HDMI Cables

T-Rex Digital 6- or 12-Foot High-Speed HDMI Cables (90% Off). Free Returns.

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Q:

I think my TV is less tnan 1080p. Maybe 760 or 780? It does have HDMI ports. Will these cables work for me?

Pauline A.  asked on  Jan 17, 2013

A:

Yes, as long as your TV has HDMI ports, they would work. Lower resolutions are no problem.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 17, 2013

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How many hz can this handle? 60Hz, 120Hz, 240Hz? HZ is not data speed, it's frequency of frame rate for watching TV or movies.

Cody H.  asked on  Jan 17, 2013

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Sorry if there was any confusion based on the previous answer. Yes, 60Hz, 120Hz, etc are frequencies, and these can support them, but HMDI cables have a maximum data throughput and the amount of data being transmitted depends on both the frequency (frame rate) and the resolution. For example, a 1080p stream at 120Hz would have higher data rate than 1080p at 60 Hz, because more picture frames are being transmitted per second. So frequency does not tell the whole story. If you're just watching a blu-ray, your cable or dish box, you won't likely have any source material over 1080p/60Hz and these would work fine. 3D blu-ray movies are typically 1080p/24Hz max, and most consoles would max out at 1080p/60Hz. It's not until you get to very high-end PCs that you might be sending video data at 120Hz, where you would need to worry about any of this, and your resolution would not be high enough to be a problem. These HDMI Cables support 10.2 Gbps. These conform to the most current official HDMI specifications, and would handle anything you would be using them for just fine in the near future! Hope that helps.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 17, 2013

Q:

I don't have hd cable....but have a 3d tv...can I use this to connect just from dvd to tv and watch in three 3d?...

Bobby0  asked on  Jan 17, 2013

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If both your DVD player and TV had an HDMI port, you could use it to send the DVD audio and video signal to your TV. Typically, your source device would have to support 3D and you would need 3D content. A standard DVD player would not natively support 3D. Some 3DTV's have a 2D to 3D conversion feature, but the effect is not as pronounced as true 3D created content.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 17, 2013

Q:

It says free shipping because it is being shipped late, but when I go to check out it is still charging me $2 for shipping. Is there a certain code I have to use?

Emily S.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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You would need to purchase different options in separate transactions. there would be a $2 shipping charge unless one option was over $15.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 17, 2013

Q:

How many hz can this handle? 60Hz, 120Hz, 240Hz?

Cody H.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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That's not really a straightforward question to answer as the total data throughput would depend on the frequency of the source material, as well as other variables; resolution, and color depth. These support the official "High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet" specifications, so they should be good with most any source you could currently throw at them.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

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Would there be a possibility they may also have 20 foot or longer cables?

John F.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

A:

Thanks for the suggestion, however only the 6' and 12' are available at this time.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

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Does this work for MAC computers?

S M.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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Yes, as long as it has an HDMI port.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

Q:

Is this compatible with ipad?

Ashley I.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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It's my understanding the iPad does not have a standard size HDMI output port, but there may be a video output adapter available. Please refer to your device or accessory's documentation. These HDMI cables will work with any device with a standard size HDMI port.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

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Does this work for a 1080p tv?

Zeinab H.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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Yes, they would.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

Q:

When I connect to Computer to TV, is that included both Video & audio or just the video?

chiaan h.  asked on  Jan 16, 2013

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An HDMI cable carries both the audio and video signal.

George  from  Groupon  replied on  Jan 16, 2013

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