LMS HDMI2.0a High Speed Cable 4K HDR 2M
2M LMS HDMI2.0a High Speed Cable 4K HDR Certified Triple Shielded
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LMS Data X-Series HDMI Cable
Do you have the latest 4K TV, monitor or other UHD enabled device and need the absolute best in HDMI connectivity? The exciting new range of LMS Data X-series HDMI cables conform to the latest HDMI version 2.0 standard, enabling blistering digital data transfers up to around 18Gbps. Giving superior image and audio resolution when compared to your existing 1.4 or lower spec HDMI cables, fully realise 4K resolutions at 60 frames per second (FPS) together with improved 3D imaging capability, extended 32-channel audio support together with an enhanced audio resolution up to around 1536Khz. Available in popular lengths including 1.8, 2, 3, 5 and 10 metre. Manufactured with a robust and of course long life injection moulded boot and a slimline cable sheath allowing easier cable routing for almost any media centre, computer graphics system or professional application.
• Improved 4K UHD support - up to 18Gbps @ 60FPS.
• Improved 3D and HD audio support - up to 32-channels.
• Ideal for 4K gaming, 4K media centres and studios.
• Durable moulded plugs with integral strain relief.
• Low-loss gold-plated HDMI connectors.
• 2-metre cable length.
|Specification||HDMI2.0 High Speed 4K|
|Connector From||HDMI (Male)|
|Connector To||HDMI (Male)|
|Cable Features||PVC Jacket|
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- 12 months
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