Entry-Level Cables that Everyone Can Afford has been a favorite of mine for many years now. They supply absolutely great cables at great prices with very few people arguing about their quality. Most of the review is more of a rant about over priced B&M stores selling over priced cables, which in itself is good to read.

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If you are looking for some prettier cables to connect components that are closer together you might want to get one of the cables with the net jacket applied (something we see on many cables that come in packaging fancier than blister pack). All you really need to know is that the cables get heavier and stiffer with increasing length, and that is another reason to use the short extension cable I mentioned above. makes a few other products that might interest the new converted digital video cable purchaser, such as DVI-to-HDMI adapters (photo shown at right) that can be had for about $5. That's way less than the price elsewhere.