High Speed HDMI Cables with Ethernet Channel
High Speed HDMI Cables with Ethernet Channel.
What is a High Speed HDMI cable? It's an HDMI cable that supports the higher bandwidth requirements for 3D and have available up to 4X the resolution of 1080P.
Do you need a High Speed HDMI Cable? Probably not. Most consumer HDTVs only support 1080p resolution. OK, if you just happen to have a ton of money to drop on an HDTV that supports 4K resolution and your Blue-ray DVD player or other devices also support 4K output, then you can consider these cables. For instance, if you have an Apple TV that only supports 720p resolution you do not need a High Speed HDMI cable.
What is Ethernet Channel? Something you do not need. Why do you not need an ethernet channel? Because there are no receivers and TVs that support an ethernet channel for sending or receiving your internet connection through an HDMI cable. The smart people that made available an HDMI cable with an ethernet connection are either, stupid, ahead of their time, or just failed at marketing this feature to the manufacturing community. It's a feature you can't use.
Beware of other etailers and retailers that want you pay a lot for a High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet Channel that you do not need and can't use.
Available in 18 inches to 100 ft.
Our "Category 2" High Speed HDMI Cables with Ethernet can deliver up to 4096 x 2160 resolution (roughly four times (4x) the resolution of 1080p) plus an additional, dedicated data channel. The data channel is known as the HDMI Ethernet Channel, for bi-directional networking at up to 100 Mb/second. HDMI Ethernet Channel functionality is only available if both linked devices are HDMI Ethernet Channel-enabled. Note: current Blu-ray players and some HDTVs can only support up to 1080p, but if you want to "future-proof" your cables or need 3D capability, these bad boys will do the trick.
Features of our 4x1080p Cables
- HDMI (V.1.4 with HDMI Ethernet Channel) that is compatible with all prior version plus:
- 4K Resolution Support that is roughly four times (4x) 1080p
- 3D Resolutions up to dual-stream 1080p
- Bandwidth capacity up to 10.20 Gbps (more than double the 4.46 Gbps of 1080p)
- Deep color support (# of colors that can be represented on a single bit)
--24-bit, 30-bit, 36-bit and 48-bit per second support
--Displays billions of colors at 36-bit and trillions of colors at 48-bit
--Eliminates on-screen color banding
--Enables increased contrast ratio
--More shades of gray
- RGB color support, RGB 4:4:4 and YCbCr 4:4:4
- x.v.Color support, also known as "xvYCC" and "extended color gamut" for 1.8 times color support.
- Digital Still Camera (DSC) color support to enable HDTVs to accurately display colors from DSC:
-- sYCC601 color support
-- Adobe RGB color support
-- Adobe YCC601 color support
- Ethernet Channel support allows you to eliminate the ethernet cable on devices that are ethernet-channel ready
- Audio Return Channel (ARC) support
- Content Type for automatic picture setting selection to match resolution of source device
- Automatic Lypsinc Timing Compensation
- Lossless audio format support for Dolby Digital, DTS, TrueHD and DTS-HD
These cables are by far the best HDMI cables available to consumers.
English: High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet
French: Cable HDMI haute vitesse avec Ethernet
German: High-Speed-HDMI-Kabel mit Ethernet
Greek: Καλώδιο HDMI υψηλής ταχύτητας με Ethernet
Japanese: イーサネット対応ハイスピードHDMI ケーブル
Korean: 이더넷 지원 고속 HDMI 케이블
Portuguese: Cabo HDMI de alta velocidade com Ethernet
Russian: Высокоскоростной кабель HDMI с Ethernet
Chinese: 高速以太网 HDMI 线
Spanish: Cable HDMI de alta velocidad con Ethernet
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