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Belkin PureAV HDMI to DVI-D Cable - 1.8 Metre

1.8m Belkin PureAV HDMI v1.3c Cable - HDMI (Male) to DVI-D (Male), White

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Product Overview HDMI is backward-compatible with DVI, allowing connection of HDMI-capable components and displays to equipment with DVI connections. HDMI-to-DVI is ideal for connecting digital displays such as DTVs, plasma displays, LCD TVs, and projectors to digital source devices, such as DVD players/recorders, digital set-top boxes, and AV receivers. Features • Length: 1.8 m.
• Gold-plated connectors.
• HDMI 1.3c
• 24k gold connectors
• HDMI to DVI connectors
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
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Belkin PureAV HDMI to DVI-D Cable - 1.8 Metre
Belkin PureAV HDMI to DVI-D Cable - 1.8 Metre