Ensure maximum compatibility with Premium Certified HDMI!
When you need to be sure that your HDMI cables are up to the task, reach for Premium Certified HDMI cables and rest assured knowing they have been independently tested to meet the requirements of HDMI 2.0b hardware. Namely, 18Gbps transmission speeds across all lengths, allowing for Ultra HD, HDR and 4:4:4 Colour.
The best possible match for HDMI 2.0 TVs and sources
Ultra HD content requires a lot of data, especially when paired with full 4:4:4 RGB, HDR colour and state-of-the-art multi-channel audio. It is in this area that lesser cables can limit one or more of these features, especially over longer lengths.
Premium Certified HDMI cables won't improve picture fidelity or audio quality from the source, but they DO ensure the full 18Gbps transmission speed so that you'll never be limited to anything less than the full potential of your home theatre equipment on HDMI v2.0b hardware.
Absolutely all current HDMI features and abilities are supported, up to Ultra HD 4K@60Hz content, making these cables a great pairing with PCs, Laptops, Playstation 4 Pro, VR Displays and many more cutting-edge gadgets.
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- 1m Premium Certified HDMI Cable - High Speed with Ethernet
- 18Gbps bandwidth on all lengths in the range
- 4K Ultra HD @ 60Hz support
- Chroma 4:4:4 and HDR Support
- HDCP 2.2 Support
- ARC, HEC, Dolby Vision & 32Ch Audio Support
- Gold Plated Terminals
- Colour: Black
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