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HDMI High Speed Cables

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This new latest version HDMI High Speed Cable family offers different capabilities than earlier HDMI 1.4 and 1.3 versions but are backward compatible with all HDMI versions starting at 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3b and HDMI 1.4. This new 3D HDMI cable family supports up to 4X (or 4096x2160) the resolution of the current full HD 1080p devices. Our unique triple-shielded design helps reduce 3D mis-colorization, 3D cross-talk and 3D hum bars even at bit transfer rates up to 387Mhz.

The latest HDMI version, which is backwards compatible with earlier versions of the HDMI specification, significantly increases bandwidth up to 18Gbps and adds key enhancements to support market requirements for enhancing the consumer video and audio experience.

What is new in the Year 2021 HDMI version?

  • Significantly increases bandwidth to 18Gbps and includes the following advanced features:
  • Resolutions up to 4K@50/60 (2160p), which is 4 times the clarity of 1080p/60 video resolution, for the ultimate video experience
  • Up to 32 audio channels for a multi-dimensional immersive audio experience
  • Up to 1536kHz audio sample frequency for the highest audio fidelity
  • Simultaneous delivery of dual video streams to multiple users on the same screen
  • Simultaneous delivery of multi-stream audio to multiple users (Up to 4)
  • Support for the wide angle theatrical 21:9 video aspect ratio
  • Dynamic synchronization of video and audio streams
  • CEC extensions provide more expanded command and control of consumer electronics devices through a single control point
  • Audio Return Channel

This new HDMI version Cable Features:

  • Experience true 3D movies from newer 3D enabled BluRay players
  • Supports existing 2D TV's also
  • Supports 1080p TV's at 24/30/60/100/200 Hz and up as well as Blu-rays at 24 FPS
  • Supports both HDMI 1.4a audio and HDMI 1.4a video
  • Supports 3D-Transmission: 3D-Video, 2x 1080p Stream and all versions of 3D HDMI 2.0 video
  • >30 different HDMI 2.0 cable lengths and types to choose from.
  • Rated for in-wall use
  • HDMI cable lengths are available from 3 feet to 50 feet
  • The HDMI cable comes in round or flat cable versions
  • The flat HDMI cables can be be painted to match your wall color. You cannot paint the connectors though.
  • All HDMI cables are at least UL CL2 in-wall rated with some having the tougher UL3 rating for stricter building codes.
  • HDMI cable Color space: 30/36/48 bits
  • The addition of Top-and-Bottom to the Specification (Required to meet the latest HDMI spec)
  • The addition of two mandatory formats for broadcast content: a) Side-by-Side Horizontal; and b) Top-and-Bottom (Required to meet the latest HDMI spec)
  • Movies - Frame Packing: + 1080p @ 23.98/24Hz (Required to meet the HDMI 1.4a spec)
  • Games - Frame Packing: + 720p @ 50 or 59.94/60Hz (Required to meet the HDMI 1.4a spec)
  • Broadcast TV - Side-by-Side Horizontal: + 1080i @ 50 or 59.94/60Hz; (Required to meet the HDMI 2.0 spec)
  • Top-and-Bottom: + 720p @ 50 or 59.94/60Hz (Required to meet the HDMI 1.4a spec)
  • The audio portion of the HDMI 2.0 cable supports the following audio standards:
    • Dolby Digital
    • Dolby Digital Plus
    • Dolby TrueHD
    • DTS
    • DTS-HD
    • Right and left stereo
    • LPCM and PCM
    • MPEG
    • SACD
    • and all HDMI audio standards
  • The latest version of an HDMI cable is needed for all new 3D Blu-ray players and 3D HDTV's
  • The HDMI cable supports 1080p TV's at 24/30/60/100/200 Hz and up as well as Blu-rays at 24 FPS
  • For perfect, high-resolution full HD quality (4096 x 2160 pixels)
  • HDMI cables are marked High Speed HDMI so you can make sure you are getting the latest specs.
  • Image resolution: 3840 x 2160 - 24 Hz/25 Hz/30 Hz and 4096 x 2160 - 24 Hz
  • Send and receive data through 100 megabits per second Ethernet, which make them ready for any IP-based application
  • Audio Return Channel
  • Gold-plated plug contacts for improved contact quality and optimum signal transmission
  • Compatible with all past HDMI versions including HDMI 1.4, 1.3, 1.2, 1.1 and 1.0
  • Free booster for the longer cables if you have picture problems
DirectTV, Blu-ray and TV manufacturers have announced new 3D (Avatar movie-like) an HDMI 1.4 cable and products shipping today. You will need this cable to see 3D with them. You will not be able to see 3D w/o an HDMI cable so plan ahead and buy your 3D cable now. Of course it will work with all HDMI devices that you have now.

BOOSTER: Get a booster & 3 foot HDMI cable if your HDMI 1.4a cable doesn't work. If you do not get a picture with your cable and we determine it is the un-damaged cable you return to us we will send you free a 1080p HDMI 1.3 booster and short cable as well as a new cable of the same length. Your return must happen within 3 days of arrival. No one else does this except for HDTV Supply, Inc.

You will use all the HDMI 2.0 benefits if your have:
  1. Compatible Ethernet-channel equipment
  2. Use an over-the-air antenna
  3. a TV with a built-in tuner, and
  4. an AVR that can make use of the Audio Return Channel.
Our HDMI cables support all HDMI stereoscopic 3D formats including field alternative (interlaced), frame packing (a full resolution top-bottom format), line alternative full, side-by-side half, side-by-side full, 2D + depth, and 2D + depth + graphics + graphics depth (WOWvx).

HDMI requires that 3D displays support the frame packing 3D format at either 720p50 and 1080p24 or 720p60 and 1080p24. HDMI 1.3 cables cannot do this.

The HDMI cable adds an Ethernet channel, which allows a single HDMI cable to carry Internet data (up to 100 megabits per second) along with digital audio and digital video. Our HDMI cable is fully backwards compatible to any previous version of HDMI and they use the same 19-pin connector that is used with all version of the HDMI spec. With growing number of TVs and Blu-ray players that connect to the Internet won't require a separate Ethernet jack. Later this year, new HDMI 1.4 connections will likely start showing up on HDTVs and Blu-ray players, and perhaps later, cable and satellite set-top boxes, and digital receivers.