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Always pleased with Blue Jeans Cable


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I realize people can get cheaper stuff from Monoprice or other avenues but I have always liked BJC for my cables and interconnects, I just wish I had discovered them before my initial Monster buying in 2001.
I have used them to help friends setup new systems and have saved them tons of money.

Because I'm a dork, I ordered my stereo cables for the amp in blue and white instead of the traditional red and white. I love the RCA plugs. Great fit without the death grip. rps20180714_002834.jpg


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I have a long Belden Series 1 HDMI cable I bought from BJC back when I set up my theater- HDMI 1.3 had just come out and I wasn't sure if a lesser cable would be compliant. It's worked great. I'm not even sure I'll need to update to a higher bandwidth HDMI cable when I switch the TV to a 4K model.


"Do you know who I am?"
I am unaware of any company making better cables. They use the same components the highest end commercial recording studios use to make their custom cables.


Active Member
I have upgraded most of my cables to BJ, some of them with the ultra sonic welded connections and locking banana plugs.
When I was putting my main system together I purchased a pair of the same speaker cables (with the ultra sonic welded connectors).

I feel they are quite pricey for speaker cables (compared to using generic cable that would likely perform just as well), and don't really have the price/performance ratio BJC is known for.

However, ultrasonically welding the connectors is a clever bit of engineering, so I decided to go ahead and "splurge" on them. And of course the quality of the wire and locking banana plugs are nice.