4K HDMI Cable Connects Home Theater or Digital Signage Audio/Video Components
This 4K HDMI cable securely connects HDMI-enabled laptops, tablets, PCs, Blu-ray players, game consoles or satellite/cable TV boxes to HDTVs, HD monitors, projectors or home theater receivers. Gripping HDMI connectors on both ends help ensure components stay firmly attached to avoid viewing interruptions. The three-meter length allows you great flexibility in placing your home theater components.
Enjoy the Clarity of 4K HDMI Video with Multi-Channel Audio, HDR and 4:4:4 Color
This Tripp Lite 4K HDMI cable provides a pure digital connection that supports Ultra HD video resolutions up to 4K at 60 Hz (3840 x 2160) for crystal-clear picture and sound, as specified in HDMI 2.0. High Dynamic Range (HDR) provides a wide range of vibrant colors with richer contrast, brighter whites and deeper blacks that pop on your 4K display. It also supports 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for top-level PC gaming or using your HDTV as a PC monitor. The cable is backward compatible with previous HDMI generations, allowing you to use it to connect lower-resolution components.
Avoid Signal Disruptions with Extra-Secure Gripping HDMI Connectors
Having a cable come loose accidentally can cause A/V signal loss right as the running back scrambles for the end zone or your avatar is surrounded by zombies. These specially designed HDMI connectors firmly grip the HDMI ports on your equipment to help prevent accidental disconnection and signal disruption. With greater port retention than typical HDMI connectors, the gripping connectors resist vibrations that can loosen connections over time. This is especially helpful for ensuring components stay attached in difficult-to-access installations.
Invest in Quality Construction for Reliable Performance
High-quality materials ensure outstanding performance throughout the cable’s lifetime. 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.