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Akasa HDMI v1.4 Cable - 10 Metre

10m AKASA HDMI v1.4 Cable - HDMI (Male) to HDMI (Male), 3D + Ethernet, Black

Scan code: LN81974 Manufacturer code: AK-CBHD02-100 Request call
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Product Overview 10m Akasa High Speed HDMI™ Cable with Ethernet support which are Perfect for the connection between HDMI source and TV or projector.

• Transfers the signal between HDMI source and TV
or projector
• High speed 1080p video signal transmission
• 3D over HDMI
• Multi-channel digital surround sound support
• Max data transfer speed of 10.2Gbps
• 24K gold plated connector enhances picture quality
and sound reproduction Features Application HDMI to HDMI connectivity
Designed for Connecting HD ready TV with HDMI source
Length 5, 10 and 15 meter
Supports 4K x 2K max resolution, up to 4 times the resolution of 1080p
Transfer speed 10.2Gbps (max)
Signal bandwidth 340MHz
Colour Black

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12 months
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DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
0871 472 4747
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