Scan code: LN101277 Manufacturer code: CAC-1373

Club 3D HDMI 2.1 [email protected] Ultra High Speed Cable 3M Black

3M Club 3D CAC-1373 10K 120Hz HDMI v2.1 Performance 48GB/s Cable Aluminum Hood Black

Scan code: LN101277 Manufacturer code: CAC-1373
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Product Overview

Ultra High-Speed HDMI Cable

CAC-1373 -The Club 3D Ultra High-Speed HDMI™ Cable is built to handle the highest quality video and audio signals. HDMI™ has an increased Bandwidth of 48Gbps. The increase in maximum bandwidth compared to previous versions is achieved by increasing both the Bitrate of the data channels (from 6Gbps to 12Gbps) and the number of channels (from 3 to 4). This allows support for resolutions up to supports 10K at 120Hz! A new feature included in the Specification is Display Stream Compression (DSC) 1.2 , this is used for video formats higher than 8K with 4:2:0.


Enhanced Refresh Rate Features

• Variable Refresh Rate(VRR) – reduces or eliminates lag, stutter and frame tearing for more fluid motion in games.
• Quick Media Switching (QMS) - for movies and video eliminates the delay that can result in blank screens before content is displayed.
• Quick-Frame Transport – Reduces Latency.
HDMI™ also has support for both Static- and Dynamic HDR metadata, All HDMI™ features are fully supported by this Club3D CAC-1373 Cable. It is the ideal solution for the ultimate future proof HDMI™ experience.

Features
• Fully Compliant to Ultra High Speed HDMI™ specification.
• Professional quality cable.
• Gold plated connectors for maximum conductivity and 26AWG.
• Backwards compatible to earlier HDMI™ versions.
• Supports Display Stream Compression (DSC) 1.2.
• Supports (U)HD resolutions up to 10K @ 120Hz (with DSC 1.2).
• Supports Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC).
• Supports Static- and Dynamic HDR Metadata.
• Support for VRR, QMS, QFT and Auto Low Latency Mode
Specifications
Length 3 m
Type HDMI Cable
Specification HDMI 2.1 - Ultra High Speed ([email protected])
Connector From HDMI (Male)
Connector To HDMI (Male)
Connector Features Gold-Plated
Cable Features
  • 26AWG
  • Backwards Compatible
Colour Black
Total Weight 216 g
Additional Information
Scan Code LN101277
Model Number CAC-1373
GTIN 8719214471378
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:
Club3D
Telephone:
0871 474747
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3M Club 3D CAC-1373 10K 120Hz HDMI v2.1 Performance 48GB/s Cable Aluminum Hood Black is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor build quality HDMI connector plates apart on installation. Waste of money. Don't buy. I bought two, the second one is working but was put in with delicate hands!!!! With the lockdown measure at the time there was no way of sending the cable back so I just soaked up the loss and put it down to experience. Avoid.
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Club 3D HDMI 2.1 [email protected] Ultra High Speed Cable 3M Black
Club 3D HDMI 2.1 10K@120Hz Ultra High Speed Cable 3M Black