The Vanco RDM HDMI Cable features Redmere technology, enabling a lighter and thinner option from standard HDMI cables. It's a quarter of the size of most HDMI cables, bendable and easier to route, so perfect for any installation.
Redmere enables active amplification, providing High-Speed data transfer and the highest resolutions up to 100 feet. This HDMI cable also supports 3D devices and devices with IP-Based Applications through the built-in Ethernet Channel. An Audio Return Channel eliminates the need for an extra audio cable with compatible devices.
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.
- 25% the Size of Standard HDMI Cables
- Light, Ultra-Thin, Bendable and Easy to Route
- Reduced Weight with no Loss of Signal Quality
- Redmere Chip Provides Active Amplification
- Supports IP-Based Applications, 3D and Audio Return Channel on Compatible Devices
- CL3 Rated for In-Wall Installations
- HDMI 19-Pin Male to HDMI 19-Pin Male
- Connector Dimensions: Source Side: 98x0.77x0.39", TV Side: 1.13x0.77x0.39"
- High-Speed Transfer Rate Exceeds 10.2Gbps
- Supports Resolutions up to 1080p and 4Kx2K
- 35ft - 30AWG; 50ft, 60ft, 75ft - 28AWG; 100ft - 24AWG
- 6mm Outer Diameter
- PVC Connectors
- Supports 3D
- Supports ARC
- Ethernet Channel
- UL Listed
- CL3 Rated
- Color: Black
Is this cable directional?
Yes, this cable is directional. Both the source and display ends are labeled on the cable.
Is this cable 4K rated?
That depends on whether your TV requires HDMI 2.0 for 4k signals. If it does, you will need to purchase a 2.0 HDMI cable for your 4k resolution. If it does not, you can use these cables to transmit 4k.
Is this HDMI 2.0?
These cables are not HDMI 2.0, so they will not transmit HDMI 2.0 signal. Not all televisions require HDMI 2.0 to work properly, though. Refer to your product manual to determine if your television is HDMI 2.0 or not. If it is, we also offer Premium HDMI 2.0 cables!
Will this work with my gaming console?
This cable will work with most modern gaming systems, but make sure your console has an HDMI port.
Why is this directional?
The Redmere booster chip uses the 5V power from your display to work. That means the end designed for the display must be plugged into the display.
Can I use this with a gaming console or streaming media player?
You can use this cable with most gaming consoles and streaming media player, but some devices do not have the initial signal strength to make it 75' and 100'. We do not suggest using this cable with "stick" style streaking media players such as the FireStick or the Roku Streaming Stick.
Can I use this with a phone, computer, or tablet?
You can use this cable with computers and laptops, but most phones and tablets do not have the initial signal strength to make it 75' and 100'. Additionally, you may need an adapter to go from your device to a standard size HDMI cable.
Can I use this with a camera?
Even with a boosted cable, 75' and 100' is typically too far for camera signals to run. Please consider running the camera to a computer first or using another HDMI extender method. Additionally, most cameras require an adapter or converter to go to standard HDMI.
What length cable do I need?
That just depends on how far apart your source and display are. The best way to determine that is by measuring. Use the shortest length possible, but round up if your measurement is in between two sizes.
Can I use this with a splitter or switch?
Yes, you can use this cable with a splitter or a switch. This cable can only be used on the splitter/switch to television/display side of your run, however. They cannot be used from the source to the splitter.
Can I use this with my projector?
That depends. This cable requires 5V power from the display to work. Please contact your equipment manufacturer to determine if your projector can be used with active HDMI cables.
What if I need to go longer than 100'?
To go longer than 100', you can use HDMI over Cat6 extenders, HDBaseT extenders, or HDMI fiber cables.