New HDMI - tight against wall

giggsy1977

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Hello everyone. I need to purchase a new 5 metre HDMI cable as my current one is bent tightly to fit into the socket. I get the picture dropping out and occasional noise on screen. I don't want an HDMI thread to spiral into chaos like many others I have read in the forums, but can people please share their experience of pre-made right angled cables versus a standard HDMI with a right angled adaptor. Did you have any issues or notice any differences at all? Thanks for your time. ;-)
 

daveh75

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I use a That Cable swivel adapter, and performs exactly as you would expect any cable/adapter to that conforms to spec.

www.thatcable.com/product/HDMI-Male-to-HDMI-Female-90-degree-Swivel-Adapter
 

giggsy1977

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daveh75 and Crossie - thanks for your input. Think I shall get a standard HDMI with adaptor rather than a right-angled HDMI. Also has the benefit of offering me more choice I guess. Thanks again chaps. Have a good one!
 

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Thanks for posting this ... as it is something i will be buying in the next couple of weeks. Anyone noticed any difference from the cheap £2 ones to the expensive £15 ones?
 

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bigboss said:
piper1st said:
Anyone noticed any difference from the cheap £2 ones to the expensive £15 ones?

£13

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