HDMI Cable Helps Your Gaming, Home Theater or Digital Signage Setup Get 8K-Ready
This ultra-high-speed HDMI cable (M/M) allows your compatible hardware to deliver up to 8K x 4K @ 60Hz resolutions while securely connecting source and display devices compatible with HDMI audio/video signals. Backward compatible with all your existing HDMI devices, including Blu-ray players, game consoles and 4K televisions, the P568-006-8K6 is ideal for future-proofing your high-definition or UHD A/V application in anticipation of an 8K upgrade.
Enjoy the Clarity of True 4K/8K Video with Multi-Channel Audio and 4:4:4 Color
The P568-006-8K6 supports Ultra High Speed 8K video resolutions up to 7680 x 4320 at 60 Hz and 7.1-channel surround sound, including Dolby Atmos. It’s compatible with 8K/60Hz video resolutions as specified in HDMI 2.1 standards for carrying Dynamic HDR, which maintains premium contrast and color in each scene or even each frame. HDCP 2.2 compliance allows you to stream 4K Amazon and Netflix content with no complications. This cable also supports 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for top-level PC gaming or using your HDTV as a PC monitor.
Take Advantage of the Most Advanced HDMI Features for Premier Picture Quality
This 8K 60Hz-ready cable allows your compatible hardware to deliver up-to-date HDMI 2.1 features, such as eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel), which passes full-resolution surround sound signals to your speakers without compressing them. QMS (Quick Media Switching) switches from one frame rate to another without the delay of a blank screen between them. ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and QFT (Quick Frame Transport) reduce latency, refresh rate and lag for a more vivid gaming experience.
Invest in Quality Construction for Reliable Performance
You’re expecting this 8K cable to last a long time, which is why it has been constructed with high-quality materials, such as a rugged PVC jacket. Contacts and connectors are gold-plated to resist corrosion. Double shielding reduces line noise (EMI/RFI) that can disrupt signals traveling through the HDMI cord.