HDMI Right Angles
Strain is an HDMI cable’s worst enemy. Those tiny connectors are delicate and the digital signal can be complicated, but sometimes- especially when wall mounting your television- you don’t really have a choice. There’s a tight space and a cable needs to fit. The HDMI-ADPT-180 is designed to eliminate stress on your cable and port by creating the angle for you. This 180 degree adapter makes an upward or downward bend out of the back of your television. Then, you can effortlessly plug in your HDMI cable without the tension. Be sure to take a quick peek at the port on your TV or monitor, because sometimes ports can be situated horizontally or vertically and you may need a different adapter to make the turn you want.
As with any other FireFold product big or small, you can expect the highest quality for an incredible value. Gold-plated connectors ensure flawless play over time without worry about corrosion or degradation. The gripping notches on the ends make plugging and unplugging this adapter easy. The adapter also comes with FireFold’s Signature Lifetime Warranty which ensures your purchase is free from manufacturer defects for as long as you own it.
- HDMI male plug to HDMI female jack adapter
- Right angle 180 degree swivel for flexible installation
- Gold plated for corrosion and degradation resistance
- Depressed grooves for traction during installing/uninstalling
- FireFold Signature Lifetime Warranty
- Gold-plated connections
- 180 degree swivel
- Supports computer resolutions UXGA (1600x1200), SXGA (1280x1024), XGA (1024x768), SVGA (800x600), VGA (640x480)
Is this 4K rated?
No, this adapter is not 4K rated.
Is this HDMI 2.0?
No, this adapter is not HDMI 2.0.
Is this HDCP compliant?
Yes, this is HDCP 1.3 compliant.
How far does this stick out from the back of the TV?
Bent at a right angle, this cable would stick out approximately 1.1" from the back of the TV.
Can you use a RedMere or equalizer cable with this?
RedMere and equalizer cables are designed to plug directly into the television, so we do not suggest using an adapter with those cables.