axGear HDMI Cable Ver 1.4C High Speed Video Wire w/ Ethernet 1080P / 3D / 4K Support Gold Plated 6Ft 1.8M
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axGear HDMI Cable Ver 1.4C High Speed Video Wire w/ Ethernet 1080P / 3D / 4K Support Gold Plated 6Ft 1.8M

Regular price $6.09 CAD

6Ft Premium Gold Plated 1.4 HDMI-HDMI Cable 1080P

 

 

Description:
A premium high performance quality HDMI-HDMI cable suitable for use in HDTV, Home Theater, PlayStation 3, and business class projector based applications
Features gold-plated connectors, molded strain-relief, and mylar-foil shielding
Cable constructed using the high quality material for best contact connection between HDMI equipments
Fully HDCP compliant to provide highest level of signal quality
Fully compatible with HDMI 1.4 specification
Transfer Digital Audio and Video signals at warp speed of 10.2 Gigabytes per second
A superb cable with excellent audio-visual transfer properties that deliver signal without compromising purity and balance
Fully supports HDMI Ethernet Channel and HDMI 3D features
Digital video doesn't get any better than this
 

Features:
Gold-plated connectors for highest signal transfer rate and resistance in corrosion
Large gauge PVC jacket provides maximum shielding against wear and tear and extreme temperatures
Reinforced quad-layer braided shielding and Mylar-foil shielding provides utmost protection against RF and EM interference
Molded strain-relief design lessens plug/socket pressure
Designed to meet all HDMI standards
Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, and up to 2160p resolution
Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable
Fully supports 3D over HDMI feature
Cable Length: 6-feet / 1.8-meters
 

Package Included:

1 x 6Ft Premium Gold Plated 1.4 HDMI-HDMI Cable

NOTE: Even though HDMI cables support Hot Plug Detection, improper usage might result in resetting / restarting both devices, or even may cause damage to the devices.

Therefore, we do not suggest Hot Plug action for any HDMI cables. Please make sure both input and output devices are off when plugging or unplugging HDMI cables.

 


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