LMS 300cm HDMI 2.0 Cable
3M LMS HDMI (Male) to HDMI 2.0 (Male) Cable, 4K, 3D, Ethernet, ARC, Gold Plated Connectors, Red/Black
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LMS Data X-Series HDMI Cable
The new range of LMS Data X-Series HDMI cables are a quality upgrade from your current, generic HDMI cable. Available in popular lengths, they are ideal for almost all retail and commercial A/V applications.
Unlike lesser manufactured HDMI cables, the LMS Data X-series features the upgraded OFC conductors on both connectors, coupled with improved gold plated and robust HDMI connectors for a longer life span together with better electrical conductivity, even in higher humidity areas.
4K 60Hz UHD & HDR Support
Supporting HDMI V2.00 standards also means much faster data transfer rates of up to 18Gbps* and for UHD 4K TV customers, an increase from 8-Bit in HDMI v1.4 to 10/12-bit for LMS Data X-series cables, meaning improved HDR (high dynamic range) resulting in movies and gaming with a much improved colour pallet, meaning highly realistic visuals.
• Improved 4K UHD support - up to 18Gbps @ 60FPS.
• Increased Colour Depth Support - Up 10 12-bit Depths.
• Supports HDR colour depths for ultra-realism.
• Fully supports ACR, Ethernet and multiple AV streams.
• Ideal HDMI cables for UHD 4K, Gaming, Set-top boxes.
• Durable moulded over plugs with integral strain relief.
• Low-loss OFC HDMI conductors for improved signalling.
• 3-metre cable length.
|Specification||HDMI2.0 High Speed 4K|
|Connector From||HDMI (A) Male|
|Connector To||HDMI (A) Male|
|Cable Features||PVC Jacket|
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