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Black 50 ft 1080p 4K HDTV PC Blu-Ray High Speed HDMI Cable 3D Support

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Black 50 ft 1080p 4K TV PC Blu-Ray High Speed HDMI Cable 3D Support w/ Ethernet

-High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) has become the standard for high-definition digital devices
-It combines both audio and video into one convenient cable, so you can easily connect your HDTV to your A/V receiver, Blu-ray Disc player, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, satellite dish, and other high-definition devices
-Lets you take advantage of up to 1080p and 4K resolution and increased color depth on your HDTV
-Supports 3D television functionality
-Eliminates the need for separate Ethernet cables and an Audio Return cable
-Audio Return is supported – within the same cable

High Speed HDMI Cable Version 2.0
Resolutions: 480i to 4k
True HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio
Transfer Rates: 340Mhz or 10.2gbps
Ethernet and Audio Return Channel
3D Support 60Hz 18Gbps
Category 2 Certified
Triple Shielding For EMI
24K Gold Plated Connectors
Gauge: 28AWG
Length: 50FT
Color: Black
ROHS Compliant

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