Final Clearance Monster 1.2m (4.0ft) High Speed HDMI Cable (MCTHX700HD-4)

  • Model #: MCTHX700HD-4
  • Web Code: 10225539
  • Release Date: 09-01-2012
Sold and shipped by: Best Buy
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Hook up your HD devices to each other with this high-quality Monster 1.2m (4.0ft) High Speed HDMI Cable. Recommended for displays with 60Hz to 120Hz refresh rates, it sports high-quality 24K gold plated connectors that help to provide stunning picture and quality.


  • Parts - Lifetime
  • Application
    Audio/Video Cable
  • Height
    27 cm
  • Depth
    4.5 cm
  • Weight
    0.3 kg
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  • from Bedford, NS

Reliability IS KEY!

I have used cheap cables once when setting up a rather large systems of mine. Luckily I had a Previously used Monster Cable on hand. When I started having set up issues and after hours of checking and rechecking my connections and devised settings I called a tech for help. The first think the help line asked me to do was to swap out the trouble devices with the Monster Cable I had (he had asked if I had one, when I told him I was using cheap cables). Low and behold, problem solved. Something to do with the connections in the cheap cables - 2 out of 3 cheap cables had the same problem. Returned the 5 cheap cables to the store and have chosen on to alway go with a reliable product like Monster. And there is debate both ways on cheap vs Monster. I choose to go for reliability from my experiences.

  • from Cranbrook, BC

Waaaay overpriced

Contrary to marketing hype, there is no reason to pay any premium, whatsoever, for fancyassed HDMI cables. There is exactly ZERO difference between a cheapo cable and an expensive one, given that they both work. Any cable carrying a digital signal either works, or it doesn't work. That's it. If you'd like to read up more on this, look up "cliff effect" in your favourite search engine.