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LOL! That's good stuff...

My wife gave me a new yacht for chistmas, she didnt like the color of the old one (white) so now I have this one (in eggshell white). The guestroom holodeck was not working properly and a friend told me to just throw out the boat and buy a new one. So I did. However, turns out THAT holodeck also didnt work and it turns out to not even have been a holodeck but a sauna instead!
Anyways, hoping that these Diamond cables might make the sauna turn into a holodeck, I bought a pair. They didnt, but they are fantastic as shoe laces! Would recommend to my friends!
 

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HAHA. I'm literally cracking up. Definitely the hottest deal of 2012 so far.

I had to use a lot of these with HDMI barrels to have my 1920 by 1080 20,000 lumen projector reach my carbon fiber VCR at the base of my 1920 by 1080 foot screen. Each one foot pixel looks pretty good from where I sit (Ten feet away, front row!) Bought about 50 of these bad boys, but I saved a good deal of money for the five dollar connectors so I could hook them all up. Sometimes one gets disconnected and I have to check each of the 102 connections so I can watch Space Jam, but golly, does it look crisp.
 

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What, you are laughing that my wife didn't like the color of my yacht so she got a new one a shade different? :D

I just ordered one so that my 35" would turn into one of those 72" screens that guy talked about. Of course, I am putting it in the stateroom of my new yacht. Hey, it's a review so it's gotta be accurate....


Comments are great!!!
 
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I bought one of these cables to upgrade my system when I added a 720P monitor. I have to say that it immediately made a difference in my ability to cover the rent, however I still had some "ghosting" artifacts on the screen. I researched the theory of these cables using their corporate website and figured out what to do! I bought three more cables and two 2:1 adapters. By twisting two of the cables together and connecting them through the adapters to another cable at each end, I was able to not only eliminate the ghosting, but with the now 9 foot cable, I don't have to put the dvd player on top of the tv set!
What's great about it: Truly robust plastic packaging
What's not so great: Credit card is frozen

gotta love this one
 
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After a few months I have finaly saved up to buy this cable... lets just say I am thrilled! Definately worth the buy, it is a very pretty cable. Now I am saving up for my TV.
What's great about it: It has quite the shiine
What's not so great: Useless by itself

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It took the salesman a while to convince me that I should buy this but what eventually got me was the fact that this was not just an amazing product in and of itself but that it was really an investment in my future. Similar to a BMW (or if you remember from the golden age of automobiles the classic ‘Monza’), this will only increase in value as time goes by. So I would definitely recommend this cable. But with one caveat… only use it when important guests are over say of a caliber such as Donald Trump. Do not use it for run-of-the-mill every day guests. If you overuse it, the quality of the signal may eventually degrade and of course that would affect the resell value down the road. And it isn’t something you can tweak like the odometer of your car. Savvy electronics technicians have a way to measure the volume of electrons that have passed through those particular wires. It’s kind of like the cholesterol that builds up in your arteries… the waste product of the electrons running through the wires will eventually build up to a point where only a small number of electrons get through and the quality of the picture will be no better than those less-expensive cables. I hope this review made you day brighter and best of luck with your new cables!
What's great about it: It's an investment
What's not so great: Can't drive it
This is impressive. LOL :laugh:
 

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I own a 3 wolf shirt. for ****s n grins.

I also own an official Viagra T-Shirt, yes they make them. Ex-co worker had a wife that was a drug rep. She hunted me one down, all black, Viagra logo.

Like a boss.
 

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I'm not quoting any but, reading them just gave me a new hobby. Thanks, man.
 

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I own a 3 wolf shirt. for ****s n grins.

I also own an official Viagra T-Shirt, yes they make them. Ex-co worker had a wife that was a drug rep. She hunted me one down, all black, Viagra logo.

Like a boss.
Would have been easy to find a few years ago when Viagra was a sponsor for mark martin
 
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