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http://www.cablestogo.com/product.as...3308&sku=40292

You need one let me know I resell for cablestogo.com and I can get that for you for $159.99
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I ordered an HDMI cable and a USB 2.0 A-M to B-M cable from Cables4Sure.com at the end of September 2006 and when I received the package is was smashed pretty good due to the very poor quality packing box used and lack of packing material. Also the products were very poor quality in appearance and not represented well by their website. I called to get an Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number to return the items. I WAS NEVER TOLD that they charge a twenty percent restocking fee, which is a joke, and was not told that the so-called free shipping would be subtracted from my order price. Even then the amount refunded was short of the eighty percent minus the shipping.

This company has very poor quality products, poor pricing to product value, poor customer service, and an even poorer return policy that cheats the customer out of their hard earned dollars. I would never use this company again or ever refer them to anyone looking for quality cables at affordable prices.

Stay away from Cables4Sure.com they will rip you off.

After that horrible experience I have had much greater success with products from MonoPrice.com they have excellent price to product value and as a comparison with Monster Cable a friend of mine (who is a computer engineer specializing in hardware research) ran diagnostics on the two HDMI cables and came up with barely discernable results, so miniscule in fact, that he said it would be imperceptible to the human eye. So, you can pay $21 plus shipping for an HDMI cable from MonoPrice.com or you can unnecessarily overpay $150++ for Monster Cable. I would rather use the savings to buy better components.
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