Monoprice Redmere Extra Long & Thin HDMI Cable Unboxing & First Look Linus Tech Tips

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  1. Jwolf Tech Broadcast on

    Been thinking as to what direction this channel is going. All this video equipment with no real change yet. Is Linus going to a similar setup as PC Perspective. Very curious were all this expensive equipment will be used.

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  2. Tiberius Wallace on

    Linus, you want a cable clip with a sticky foam pad on the back and attach that under the mount shoe. That way the camera's connector would only have to support 50% of the weight of a loose hanging 30cm of cable. I'm into Astronomy and all the expensive electronics and computer cables that go along with that connector and socket breaking is a serious risk and that's the solution.

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  3. Greg Zeng on

    Just eBay'ed for PC_2_HD-TV:
    100ft long HDMI Gold Cable: $80usd

    For $30usd:
    "Easy installation with Ca5E or 6 Ethernet cable (not included)
    Extend HDMI 1.3 signal (10.2Gbps) transmission up to 40m (133Ft) at full HD 1080P, 60m (200Ft) at 1080i
    * Video color format: Deep color 36 bit
    LPCM/Dolby-AC3/DTS7.1/DSD, 102Gbps
    * Cat5E/6 cable length (cable not included)
    40m (133Ft) for 1080p
    60m (200Ft) for 1080i
    Uses 2 Cat.5e or Cat.6 cable
    * HDMI output cable length: max 15m (45Ft)

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  4. Hemuli5454 on

    haha that's just a normal long hdmi cable. i have even seen much thinner cables than that which aare actually longer than that 😛 i havent seen a hadmi cable which is as thick as linus described at the begining of the video 😀

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  5. Hemuli5454 on

    haha yeah i know that but the real 4k res is 4096 × 3072 <– that's where 4k comes from 😉 3840 × 2160 is for tvs to contain 16:9 aspect ratio which is just called 4k to keep it simple 🙂

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