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Old 06-22-2008   #1
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Default ATLONA FLAT HDMI CABLES

Has anyone used these cables or know anything about them?

2M ( 6 FEET ) ATLONA FLAT HDMI CABLE HDMI 1.3b. MODEL: AT14031B-2


http://www.atlona.com/2M-6FT-ATLONA-...d-p-16707.html







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My experience with flat cables is that they are inflexible and difficult to route. A round cable is your best bet if flexibility and easy routing are among your priorities.
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Has anyone used these cables or know anything about them?

2M ( 6 FEET ) ATLONA FLAT HDMI CABLE HDMI 1.3b. MODEL: AT14031B-2


http://www.atlona.com/2M-6FT-ATLONA-...d-p-16707.html







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I use the same Atlona cable to connect my Panasonic Blue Ray player to my Onkyo SR-TX805 and from the Onkyo to the television. I have had no problems. They work great.
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I use the same Atlona cable to connect my Panasonic Blue Ray player to my Onkyo SR-TX805 and from the Onkyo to the television. I have had no problems. They work great.


Correction on that Onkyo model number is required. It is a TX-SR805. That's not the first time I have transposed those letters.
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How do they fare cost wise, to the rest of the competition?
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How do they fare cost wise, to the rest of the competition?
I have two of the 2 meter white flat HDMI cables 1.3b MODEL: AT14031W-2 which costs $44.99 each if purchased from their website. I thought this was a good price. Particularly when compared to Monster brand cables.

These cables have performed flawlessly in my system and for a flat cable, they are easily routed and do not seem to be inflexible.
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