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HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)

HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)
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HDMI Cable (Silver,10 m, Black)

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Our ultra flexible 30AWG HDMI cables transmit high-speed digital AV signals and have small connector heads to allow for easier space management. Available lengths range from  (10m to 15m).

 

Features

Sleek zinc alloy metal casing
Super flexible cable design, making wiring more convenient
15U gold-plated connectors provide protection against corrosion to ensure product longevity.
 
 
  • This HDMI cable can be used to connect any portable devices, like BRM, PS3, and computer host or set top box to your stereo.

 

 
 
Performance and Electrical Properties
Standard High Speed HDMI Digital Cable
Data Rate 10.2Gbps
Color Depth 48 bits
Vertical Frequency Up to 120Hz
Network Yes
Audio Return Channel Yes
Supports Deep Color Yes
Compatible w/ 3D Yes
Supports 4K Yes
Audio Support Supports all HDMI audio formats including Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD
Voltage 30V
Authentication RoHS
General Physical Features
Connector Type A type Male and A type Male HDMI Cable
Contacts 24K gold-plated contacts
Port Size 1.40"Length * 0.78"Width *0.44"Thickness (35mm Length * 20.0mm Width * 11.0mm Thickness)
Cable Length does not include insertion portion; metal braided shielding layer prevents radio interference, ensuring the best quality signal transmission
Mechanical Properties
Working Temperature 20 - 70 C
Max Tolerance 110N
Min Bending Radius 8 * O.D.
Flammability Rating Normal

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