In today’s world, almost every new electronic device features HDMI. Even most basic laptops, that cost less than $300, will have this HD output. To take advantage of this, you must have a good HDMI cable to connect your device to your monitor or TV.
But where do you start in getting basic accessories like cables? Who do you trust when you want something that is more affordable than “So-and-So’s-Top-of-the-Line-Plated-Wires” and better than a cable off of ebay that looks like you would have to physically jam it into the HDMI port?
Well, here’s the fact: Not all cables are the same, but many good cables fall in the affordable range. If you’re looking to do a side-by-side comparison with some of the most expensive HDMI cables on the market, be my guest, but I’m sure that the for average consumer a nice pair of Amazon branded cables will keep you happy.
Top of the line cable (buy from Amazon): AudioQuest Diamond Braided HDMI Cable
PG’s suggestion (buy from Amazon): AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable (6.5 Feet/2.0 Meters) - Supports Ethernet, 3D, and Audio Return [Newest Standard]