NetStrand HDMI 2.0 Cable - High Speed with Ethernet (1-100ft)
High Speed HDMI Cable
If you're looking for HDMI 2.0 cables that meet the latest standards in technology, look no further than NetStrand's HDMI with Ethernet. Designed to deliver the ultimate high definition experience to your HDTV, this Category 2 cable provides a crisp, clean picture, supporting resolutions up to Ultra HD 4Kx2K at 60Hz and full 1080p. Easily connect cable boxes, satellite receivers, Blu-ray players, streaming devices, computers and game consoles to your flat screen TV.
Up to Speed
With a bandwidth of 18 Gbps and a 600 MHz refresh rate, you'll receive a true movie theater experience. It features a built-in ARC, which allows you to transmit audio through your ARC-compatible receiver without an extra audio cable. Streamline your setup and lose the cable clutter. Need an HDMI cable for Xbox One? It's compatible with most newer gaming consoles like Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and many more. Gaming will be all immersive with no lag and sharp graphics. Easy win!Backwards Compatible
Of course, if you just need the basics, this cable is fully compatible with all previous HDMI versions. It's truly a universal solution for every device.
NOTE: 30ft and longer are directional cables. Please make sure the correct ends are plugged into your devices
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With the FireFold Signature Lifetime Warranty, you never have to worry that you're not getting the best possible quality available. If you have any problems with your cable related to manufacturer defects, simply contact us with your order number to secure a replacement. Our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to walk you through the process.
From $4.99 - $84.99
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
Cat7 Shielded (SSTP) 600MHz Ethernet Patch Cable, Snagless Boot, Blue (1-100ft)
Cat7 patch cable specifications require transmission frequencies of up to 600 MHz over 100 meters (328Ft) of fully shielded copper cabling. Cat7 cable consists of four individually shielded pairs inside an overall braided shield, also known as Shielded Twisted Pair Cable (SSTP), or S/FTP (Shielded Foil Twisted Pair). Cat7 features even more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise than Cat6, and is designed specifically for Gigabit Ethernet applications.
From $3.92 - $49.43