i think mine was ~£15, and i probably spent too much.
of course, go for the comments:
“my girlfriend recently bought me this cable for my birthday and i was immediately excited. i had already purchased a sunBrite 55″ outdoor lcd tv and new that the picture quality was lacking due to the cheap $500 cable that i was talked into downgrading to. this one, at only a little more than 3x the price, would surely take me to another plane of viewing pleasure. oh how right i was…” [you should really read the rest btw]
the funny thing is (and i had to look this up) is that hdmi is an industry standard. that is to say that every single hdmi cable made has to conform to the same number of pins, transmit the same data (ie digital). you can get one on google for £3. there are some people with more money than sense i guess.
unless you’re buying a dedicated link cable to connect your denon equipment.
and it’s an ethernet cable. y’know, the one that’s plugged into the back of your pc to connect it to the internet.