There’s no reason to spend more than $10 for 6 feet, even with the most expensive TVs. Here’s what we recommend. To connect anything to your TV, you’re probably going to need HDMI cables. Gone are the days of multicolored cables to deliver audio and video. HDMI covers both.  Befitting its status of the AV cable of AV cables, standard HDMI cables and HDMI devices are everywhere. Even the checkout lines at grocery stores have HDMI cables. There are a lot of numbers and abbreviations, however, making for a confusing mess for anyone trying to figure out which cables to buy for their new television.  The good news is that cheap HDMI cables are perfectly fine for most TVs, including new ones with 4K resolution, high dynamic range (HDR) and Dolby Vision. Price has little to do with whether a standard HDMI cable will work with your new gear, and many inexpensive cables deliver the exact same audio/video quality as premium HDMI cables. Your old cables might work too, but again, not all will.  If you’re considering getting a new TV, a 4K Blu-ray player, a 4K HDR media streamer, or a new game console, you may also be in the market for new HDMI cables. But they don&...