Dayton Cable @ PartsExpress.com

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  1. John Doh

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    I think I have found the budget cables I am looking for. Quick question though.. I want good quality but the price has caught my eye . These cables look good in the pics not like the typical Wal-Mart cables. I want to run my DVD player to my HK AVR-230 receiver via Dayton Components, and then Dayton Components to my DLP. Will these cables handle the 'bandwidth' of a high quality DVD and display it nicely on the set? It's kind of a newbie question but up until now, I never gave cabling much thought. Thanks!
     
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    For the price, Dayton are very good quality cables -- an excellent value. I use several in my setup, including some component video cables for the Motorola HDTV tuner from Comcast. If they can handle 1080i HDTV, they can certainly handle a 480p or 480i video signal from a DVD player.
     

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