Techlink iWires HDMI 2.0b Cable 4K UHD 3D Slim White 2M
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High Speed HDMI-2.0b with Ethernet Cable
Techlink iWires High Speed HDMI2.0B (Male to Male) with Ethernet Cable supports up to 4K/2K UHD with a built in ethernet channel and Video and Audio Return Channel (ARC).
With gold flashed contacts offering better corrosion resistance and enhanced signal transfer, including 100% coverage of high density polyethylene and polyvinyl chloride jacket to isolate outside signal, you're guaranteed a reliable signal that provides every time. OFC (Oxygen Free Copper) is produced by melting and casting copper under a near vacuum atmosphere to lower the residual oxygen content. This reduces corrosion and enhances conductivity.
Compatible with PC/MAC, Projectors, All 3D Blu-Ray players, DVD Players, Real 3D TV and AV receivers. Supports all resolutions for Playstation 3 (PS3), Playstation 4 (PS4) and Xbox games consoles.
High Speed HDMI Cable Male to Male 4K UHD 3D with Ethernet support
Supports all 3D TV formats and 4k UHD displays
Up to 7.1 channel digital surround sound
2.0m in Length SLIM Design
High Quality Textured Finish 99.99% Oxygen Free SLIM
Gold Plated Connectors
• Foil Shielding, Shielded Pair and Drain Wire.
|Specification||HDMI 1.4 - High Speed with Ethernet Cable|
|Connector From||HDMI (Male)|
|Connector To||HDMI (Male)|
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