4k HDMI cables from Bandridge, Procab and Profigold
- Genuine 'High Speed with Ethernet'
- Supports 3D, 4K/UHD, ARC, CEC, Deep Color, High-Res Audio and network connection sharing
- Type-A plugs with gold plated contacts at both ends
- Available in lengths ranging from 1m to 15m
What is HDMI?
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a proprietary interface for transferring digital video, audio, data and control signals from source devices such as DVD players, Blu-ray players, video game machines and computers to compatible receiving devices such as televisions, projectors, and computer monitors.
What is High Speed?
HDMI cables that are certified as 'High Speed' can achieve a bandwidth of up to 18Gbps when connected to equipment that meets the new HDMI 2.0 specification and will allow transmission of video signals of up to 4K/UHD resolution with uncompressed multi channel audio
What is High Speed with Ethernet?
HDMI cables that are labeled 'High Speed with Ethernet' allow sharing of an internet connection between devices and also enables ARC and CEC functionality
What is ARC?
ARC (Audio Return Channel) allows a compatible television to transmit audio back to a compatible home cinema receiver using the Ethernet channel of the same HDMI cable that transmits video from the receiver to the TV
What is CEC?
CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) is a protocol that transmits control data between compatible HDMI devices, for automatic power on/off, input selection and volume control, using the Ethernet channel of a suitably equipped HDMI cable
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