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Techlink 2M HDMI 2.0b Cable 4K-HDR, 3D & Ethernet Ready

2M Techlink HDMI 2.0b Cable 4K-HDR, 3D & Ethernet Ready 24K Plated Gold Connectors 99.99% Oxygen Free

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Scan code: LN82657 Manufacturer code: 103202 Request call
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Product Overview Crystal clear, uncompressed, all digital audio and video via a single HDMI cable.

Features
• High Speed rated exceeding 18Gb/s data
• 4K at 50/60Hz
• 4K at 30Hz
• Optimised for all HDMI 2.0 devices
• Supports all 3D TV formats and 4K UHD & HDR displays
• Up to 7.1 channel digital surround sound
• 100mb/s Ethernet connectivity
• Moulded strain reliefs
• High quality gold plated plugs
Features http://www.techlink.uk.com/products/wires_cables/techlink_epp/techlink_hdmi_plug_to_hdmi_plug
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
24 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
24 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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