Scan HDMI v1.4 Slim Cable - 3 Metre

3m Scan HDMI v1.4 Slim Cable - HDMI (Male) to HDMI (Male), 3D + Ethernet, Black

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Product Overview Our new range of super slim HDMI cables offer all the benfits of the HDMI High Speed with Ethernet standard(v1.4) but in a thinner and more flexible cable. With an overall diameter of 3.6mm it reduces cable clutter and flexibility to use in tight spaces such as behind wall mounted TV's.

These cables are active to provide high bandwidth over thin cable and they are unidirectional and labelled for easy installation. Features • HDMI Ethernet Channel
• Audio Return Channel
• 1080p and 4k x 2k Support
• 3D support
• Thin and flexible

Specs:
• HDMI male - male
• HDMI High Speed with Ethernet
• High bandwidth: 18G
• Active
• Gold plated pins
• 19 Pin Male Connectors
• 34/36 AWG UL Cable
• Overall Diameter: 3.6mm
• Black
• 1 metre length
Specifications
Specifications
Length 1 m
Type HDMI v1.4 Cable
Specification  
Connector From HDMI (Male)
Connector To HDMI (Male)
Connector Features  
Cable Features  
Colour Black
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
RTB Period:
12 months
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Scan HDMI v1.4 Slim Cable - 3 Metre
Scan HDMI v1.4 Slim Cable - 3 Metre