Its not me but for a friend,she buys them online . I bought one a month ago and it works great. Google "exspensive vs cheap cables" and there is no differance since all H1DMs must pass a certain spec. Here is one
I could of bought one cheaper online but was in a hurry and stapples wanted $60 for a short 6 footer.Last but not least
Most of you reading this only need a few feet of HDMI cabling to run from your Blu-ray player and cable/satellite box to your TV. Over these short distances, even the cheapest HDMI cables are going to work. And if they work, as you've read, it means you're getting perfect image and sound. Even over long runs, most cheap cables can do the job just fine.
So when the salesman tries to up-sell you on $300 HDMI cables that are the "only way to make your new 240 Hz TV work," politely tell him he is incorrect and to move on with the sale.
Or let me put it another way, if you're paying more than $5 for a two-meter HDMI cable, you're overpaying.