This cable does what it advertises. It hooks up two HDMi-compliant devices.
It doesn't do so at a great quality, and on my setup it does not exceed even SCART quality. If you want a cheap functional cable to link something to a small tv or monitor, get this. If you want to link up Video to a good sized Tv, avoid.
Can't say why there's 2 negative reviews of this cable.
Those cables must have been faulty because i have no problems with my PS3 and my Samsung m87 at 1080p.
Actually if you have a look at the Linx (also sold at this site) it seems pretty obvious they are the same cable, just a different colour.
I see no reason to pay more that you have to, buy this now, its excellent.
I done a straight A-B comparison between this cable & a £45 cable from (pure av by belkin/ black braided). To put it simple the picture from the Belkin looked like matt & the picture from the Play hdmi looked glossy.
Don't worry about people saying that you don't need a good cable because it's all digital, there is a difference in picture quality. The thing is you don't need to spend a great deal for one of good quality.
Test equipment Pioneer PDPLX608D & a PS3
I bought a couple of these cables (the 1.2M and 2.4M) versions) and neither worked well with my PS3 into my Bravia LCD at 1080P. Initially they were fine but after a few minutes they both started to show sparkle, followed by complete loss of picture. I replaced it with one of the 2.4M Linx cables that are also sold here and that has been absolutely faultless. The Linx cable is a lot thicker and much less flexible, but it works well.
Bought this for my PS3, works a treat. HD uses digital signals so a cheap one is exactly the same as an expensive one. At 10 pound i was happy with this. Probably could have got a cheaper cable had I shopped around but wasnt worth it for a few quid. First cable I came across much cheaper than high street, quick delivery, thank you PLAY.