HDMI 1.4 Cables
NetStrand Long Run HDMI 1.4 Cable with Built-in Equalizer (75-100ft)
Your HDTV Just Got a Whole Lot Better
Gone are the days where you had to worry about a wide array of different types of cables every time you brought home a new piece of home cinema equipment. Between red, yellow, white, green and other multi-colored cable options, just figuring out which one offered the best picture quality was an uphill battle on the best of days - to say nothing of how complicated things became when options like S-Video entered the conversation.
Flash forward to today and HDMI is pretty much your one-stop shop for all of your high definition video AND audio needs. Whether you're connecting a Blu-ray player, a UHD 4K disc player, a gaming console, a cable box or something else entirely, you only need to deal with a single cable per device to unlock every last ounce of performance from your equipment that you've already paid a premium for.
But when you're talking about a three foot cable, that's one thing. True home cinema aficionados know that sometimes your equipment may be located dozens of feet away from the screen itself - or even in a totally different room depending on the situation. While it's true that HDMI is a digital cable, you DO still have to worry about issues like signal degradation or interference over long distances. But now, thanks to NetStrand, these are ALSO problems that you don't have to concern yourself with any longer.
NetStrand offers not one but two high quality long run HDMI cables for you to choose from in different lengths depending on your situation. You can choose from both a 75ft HDMI cable and a 100ft HDMI cable - offering the freedom and flexibility you need to set up your equipment how you want, any way you want, no exceptions.
The NetStrand Long Run HDMI Cable with Built-in Equalizer has been designed from the top down to deliver only the ultimate in high definition content from your HDTV, compatible right out of the packaging with all of the devices you already have in your home. Note that this is even a Category 2 High Speed HDMI cable, which means that it supports a maximum bandwidth of a stunning 10.2 Gbps with an absolutely unforgettable 340 MHz refresh rate. What this means is that you can always enjoy a crisp, crystal clear picture with absolutely NO lag - regardless of how you've chosen to build the perfect home theater.
As the name suggests, these cables also have a built-in signal equalizer to prevent impedance mismatch and to amplify the full signal over the length of the cable with ZERO signal loss at any point. Not only that, but the cable is also backwards compatible with ALL previous versions of the HDMI standard and also natively supports all of today's latest state-of-the-art features like 4K resolutions, 3D content, multi-channel audio and much, much more.
Finally, you have the flexibility you need to set up your home cinema in any way that you'd like and STILL enjoy the stunning HD content you love so much.
Note: This cable is directional. The longer connector labeled "output" goes to your TV or display. Please test your setup before running in walls or ceiling. HDMI cables with equalizers may have complications with Blu-ray players. HDMI Cables with equalizers are known to be incompatible with some splitters and switches. We suggest using this cable for device to device connections rather than connections using a splitter or switch. This cable's ability to function is dependent largely on the power supplied by the source device. You may experience issues with computers, game consoles, Roku and Apple TV and may not be able to transmit the signal over this distance.
From $65.38 - $75.53
RedMere HDMI Cable - High Speed with Ethernet 4K Ready
In with the New
Redmere, Redmere, Redmere! It’s the revolutionary technology that has succeeded in finally improving HDMI by adding another dash of elegance and efficiency. But what’s all the hype about and is it really worth it? What kind of sorcery is this? In the simplest terms, an HDMI with Redmere cable like the HDMI-RDMR contains a tiny chip in the head that acts as a booster and an equalizer. This method of signal enhancing doesn’t require an external power source. The chip is small enough to work using the 5v natively carried through HDMI. This heightened strength means the cable can carry signal farther using less copper, making the cables much thinner than ordinary HDMI.
The HDMI-RDMR drastically outperforms in flexibility and portability. They can easily bend up to 180 degrees at less than a ¾ inch radius, making them perfect for use behind a flat TV mount. Even the heads themselves are significantly shorter, reducing the need for TV mount spacers and right angle adapters. You don’t have to sacrifice cable length for this feature, either. In fact, HDMI with Redmere cables can carry signal longer distances than those without the chip. They have been tested in lengths up to 130 feet without any loss in video or audio quality.
You don’t have to wait for a special occasion to upgrade your system with this cable. They can be used in place of a regular HDMI cable anywhere, anytime. All you have to remember is that HDMI Cables with Redmere are directional. That means they will only send the signal in one particular direction, so you must be sure you connect them correctly for them to work. The ends are clearly marked. Just attach the cable with the Redmere logo to the display. Plugging them in the wrong direction will not cause any harm, you just won’t get a signal.
Can RedMere HDMI cables be coupled with regular HDMI cables?
Yes, the two will work together with the use of a coupler or adapter, as long as you heed the directional nature of the RedMere cable and make sure the correct end is plugged into your device.
From $24.79 - $112.74