High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) has become the norm for HD digital devices. It combines audio and video into one convenient cable. The Valuecon TM High-Speed HDMI Cable quickly connects range of HDMI devices. Use it mobile, home-entertainment, or gaming device to a big-screen HDTV, large projector, or computer monitor, . With the Valuecon TM High-Speed HDMI Cable, enjoy reliable performance and superior playback.
High-Quality Picture, Sound
Delivering clear, vibrant video, the Valuecon TM High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet meets the newest standards, which suggests it considerably expands bandwidth up to 18 Gbps, offers 4K@50/60 (2160p) video resolution (four times more clarity than 1080p/60), and supports the wide-angle theatrical 21:9 video ratio .
The cable also offers dynamic synchronization of video and audio stream: it can deliver two video streams (dual view) simultaneously and up to four audio streams simultaneously. Even more, the HDMI cable supports up to 32 audio channels and up to 1536 kHz total audio. CEC extensions provide increased command of your electronic devices through one control point.
The versatile cable’s built-in Ethernet allows for sharing an online connection among multiple devices—no need for separate Ethernet cables. Enjoy HD video and digital audio combined into one cable with the Ethernet-ready High-Speed HDMI Cable from Valuecon TM.
Gold-Plated Connectors for Superior Conductivity
The Valuecon TM High-Speed HDMI Cable’s gold-plated, corrosion-resistant connectors (A Male to A Male) deliver optimal signal transfer with lower distortion at the purpose of contact. This dedication to the digital signal provides sound and movie quality that's truer to the first . The HDMI cable also comes with a durable, black, PVC outer layer and shielding, which protects against outside interference, helping to take care of the integrity and purity of the digital signal.
Backwards Compatible with Previous HDMI Standards
Because it’s backwards compatible with all previous HDMI standards, the HDMI cable are often used with all HDMI devices. once you connect two devices with different HDMI standards, they're going to automatically find the simplest available connection.