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FireFold HDMI Cables provide the latest in High Definition technology. Achieving the highest quality picture when connecting your Blu-ray player, cable or satellite box, or video game to your flat screen TV is easy and affordable. Our HDMI cables reach up to 4k resolutions, are 3D ready, and come with options like Ethernet channels so you can take full advantage of your electronics' capabilities. Gold plated connectors ensure maximum conductivity and protect against corrosion. Our prices are always inline with your budget. Buying a cheap HDMI cable doesn't mean you're sacrificing quality. You can have the best of both worlds! FireFold successfully merges both quality and affordability when it comes to our HDMI cable selection. As with all FireFold cables, our HDMI cables come standard with the FireFold Signature Lifetime warranty for years of reassurance. Want to learn more about your HDMI Cable? Compare HDMI Cable Features.
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What is HDMI 2.0?
HDMI 2.0 is a hardware specification announced by the HDMI Forum on September 4th, 2013.
Some key features include:
18 Gbps Bandwidth
Supports 2160p Video Resolution
Supports up to 32 Audio Channels
Up tp 1536kHz Audio Sample Frequency
Dual Video Streams
Supports Wide Angle 21:9 Aspect Ratio
Dynamic Audio/Video Lip-Sync
CEC Expanded Device Control
Works with any High Speed HDMI Cable, So There's No Need to Upgrade
Learn more about HDMI 2.0.
Why are gold-plated connectors important?
Gold is one of the best conductive metals, and plating HDMI connectors in gold ensures maximum signal conductivity, as well as added resistance to corrosion for extended cable life.
What does Plenum rated mean?
Plenum refers to the air-handling spaces in building construction above the ceiling and beneath the floors. Some building codes require Plenum-rated cable, which has a low-smoke jacket that burns slower in the event of a fire and emits less toxic smoke.
What does refresh rate mean?
Refresh rate refers to the number of times in a second that a device retrieves data.
What does AWG mean?
AWG stands for "American Wire Gauge" and is a common unit of wire measurement. In an HDMI cable, it refers to the size of the conductors within the cable. With wire gauges, smaller numbers actually refer to larger wires. This means a 24 AWG cable has a thicker conductor than a 28 AWG cable. The benefit of a thicker conductor is the ability to effectively transmit an HD signal over longer distances.
What does 1080p mean?
1080p refers to an HDTV format which has 1080 horizontal lines of resolution. The "p" stands for progressive scan. Traditional analog video uses interlaced scan, which draws the odd lines, then even lines of each frame. Progressive scan draws all lines in sequence.