Zarivy High-Speed Fiber Optic HDMI Cable for HDTV/Game Console/Projector/Home Theatre Product Features: 1. Compare With Copper HDMI Cable: Copper HDMI Cable can't get 18Gbps of Bandwidth after More Than 50 Feet. Fiber Optic HDMI cables can Achieve 18Gbps of Bandwidth from 1-Foot to 300-Foot. 2. No Signal Loss & No Interference: It needs no repeater or signal booster to work, no loss of signal over distance and no EMI interference to degrade the signal. * Noted: 1. It must be installed in the correct direction: The Cable with "Source" plug for connecting HDMI Out devices(Blu-ray player, STBox, Xbox one etc.); "Display" plug for connecting your HDMI display devices(TV, Projector,Monitor etc.). 2. Do not add any switch or other extender device to work with the cable at the same time. Multi-transfer will result in HDMI signal loss. 3. Graphics card and monitor all need support HDMI 2.0, otherwise can't achieve that. 4. For 4k video output with this HDMI Cable, please make sure your source devices and display devices both are support 4K resolution also. Specification: Gender: Male-Male Type: Optical Fiber Cables Connector A: HDMI Packing: Carton Box Package: Yes Shielding: Foil Feature: HDMI2.0 Application: Computer, Multimedia, Monitor, DVD Player, Projector, Television, TV BOX, Amplifier Outer Diameter: 4.5mm Resolution: 4K@60Hz Bandwidth: 18Gbps HDR: 4:4:4 Supports: HDR/CEC/EDID/HDCP2.2 Compatible: Apple TV, HDTV, Roku TV Box, Playstation 4 PS3, Xbox 360 One Package Includes: 33 Feet x 1 Active Optical High Speed HDMI Cable
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