SilverStone SST-CPH02B-3000 3 meters FLAT HDMI Cable M-M, 24K gold-plated 4K 3D Ethernet

3M SilverStone CPH02B-3000 Flat HDMI 1.4a 4K 3D Cable M-M, 24K gold-plated Black

Scan code: LN83361 Manufacturer code: SST-CPH02B-3000 Request call
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Product Overview HDMI male to HDMI male cable
Flat cable design easily integrates into any environment
Standard HDMI connectors compatible with all HDMI devices
24K gold-plated connector coatings ensure high quality transmission
Supports 3D playback and ARC (audio return channel)
Support Ethernet over HDMI
High-purity oxygen-free copper with 30 AWG wire gauge and double coated PVC ensure minimal interference
CPH02 is a SilverStone designed high quality HDMI cable for high-definition television, monitor, Blu-ray and other digital devices requiring HDMI connections. Paired with 24k gold-plated connectors, it has double coated PVC to ensure minimal interference. The CPH02 also has stable transmission capabilities to support Ethernet, 3D, Audio Return Channel (ARC), and 8 audio channels with utmost accuracy for immersive video / audio experience. Features Model No. SST-CPH02B-1500 / SST-CPH02B-3000
Color Black
Resolution support 3840 x 2160p 24Hz/25Hz/30Hz or 4096 x 2160p 24Hz (HDMI 1.4a)
Cable length 1.5 meters (CPH02B-1500)
3 meters (CPH02B-3000)
Net weight 105g (CPH02B-1500)
190g (CPH02B-3000)
Dimension 20mm (W) x 10mm (H) x 1600mm (D) (CPH02B-1500)
20mm (W) x 10mm (H) x 3100mm (D) (CPH02B-3000)
0.79" (W) x 0.39" (H) x 62.99" (D) (CPH02B-1500)
0.79" (W) x 0.39" (H) x 122.05" (D) (CPH02B-3000)
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