The review today is the HDMI V1.3 M-M Premium Shielded with Gold, 5 meters long (Premium Gold Plated 1080p HDMI V1.3 M-M Shielded Connection Cable (5M-Length)) acquired on DealExtreme. The cable has really 5 m extensão, will find something weird around here, and virtually impossible to find with reasonable values. The connectors are gold plated and comes with a small semi-transparent plastic cover to protect them when the cable is not being used. The cable is protected by a plastic cover (plastic twisted wires) appears to be quite resistant. Cables with equivalent quality usually cost much more expensive not only in Brazil but in the big stores abroad. There is no brand specified on the packaging or cable. The “shielded with gold” is on account of DealExtreme, I will not cut the cable to see if we really have in gold armor, but it seems that the quality is good regardless of the shielding material. The 1080p is expected of any HDMI cable obviously, since 720p to cables analog component video can achieve. As for the version 1.3 the standard HDMI, I do not understand much of it and point out the Wikipedia for those who want to know more about differences in versions.
The request was made in made in 10/06, sent em 15/06, coming 25/06. I chose a package without registration (rastreamento number) not to draw the attention of IRS. As the product cost 14,99 U.S. dollar, if he wanted could have just put the drop-shipment of 1 cent and would already be in the minimum amount of 15 recebê dollars for the com-Registration, at the risk of being taxed, since the personal Curitiba walks not forgiving anything that comes with registration. The description of the package came as “AV EQUIPMENTS” and the declared value was 45 Hong Kong dollars (near 12 real), and despite relatively large package received the stamp “Released by the IRS in Curitiba”.