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.
- 5 Year Cable Chick Warranty
- 5m 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
(27th Sept, 2010)
Product Review by Nick,
I have ordered a few products from the Cable Chick website now and my products have always arrived in amazing time, the next day, it's crazy. So far I have had no problems at all with any of my cables, all work perfectly and at a fraction of the price from any mainstream store how could you go wrong. The packaging is awesome, I have ordered from other online sites and payed so much more only to have it damaged due to inadequate packaging. I have ordered HDMI to HDMI, HDMI to DVI, Ipod USB (So good) and am about to redo my media setup and planing out what I'm going to need, all I know is that there is 1 place I will be buying my cables from.
(31st March, 2010)
Product Review by Peter,
I recently required a HDMI cable and was quoted $200 from a Harvey Norman store.
I found Cable Chick online and started my own research. I rang the office to confirm some technical points and was very impressed with the honest advice. I purchased the same quality product as well as an Optic Fibre cable and had them delivered the following day for a total of $77. I live 2000 kms from their office so this was great. I was extremely impressed and have already started looking into other cables etc that I need.
I wont buy from anywhere else now.
(5th March, 2010)
Product Review by Rob,
I recently purchased 2 x 10 metres lengths of high quality HDMI cabling (for internal wall routing in two terraces I am currently constructing in Sydney) from Cable Chick.
Ordering on-line was made very simple, and their website made navigation - right from product enquiry through to finalising the purchase - a hassle free process. My order was delivered within the timeframe that was committed to, and in excellent condition. Thanks Cable Chick
for at least making one element of the building process really easy !
(1st Feb, 2010)
Product Review by Mac,
Just before Christmas I purchased a Panasonic 50 inch plasma TV together with a blue ray sound system. I was pleased with the performance which was easily as good as my previous system.
However on reading the manual I found that Panasonic recommended an upgrade using an HDMI cable and a TOSLINK fibre optic cable. Of course they were not supplied with the system and had to be bought as an optional extra. At this stage I started to investigate the cost of these cables on the internet. To my disappointment I found them to be quite expensive, even more so if purchased at a retail outlet. That is until I found Cable Chick. Would you believe, less than half price and that included postage.
I was not quite sure what would be best for my system so I phoned Cable Chick and was given good advice. I then decided to place an order. I was concerned that I had never used my credit card online so I again phoned in and nothing was too much trouble. My order was taken and payment made over the phone. This was at about 3.45pm. Could you believe it my cables arrived in my PO Box the very next morning (and I live in the country well away from the major cities). Excellent service. Thank you!
As to the performance of my new system- The sound while originally good, with the new cables is now BRILLIANT.
After the experience of my dealings with your staff I would be happy to recommend Cable Chick not only for the courteous and friendly service and the speed of order processing but most of all for the quality and price of the products.
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