HDMI cables are cables that can transmit high quality audio and video. Thanks to these cables, data can be transferred from any device with an HDMI output with an HDMI cable.
For example, between cinema amps and Blu-ray player, between satellite device and television, between game consoles and television, between laptop and television, when connected with an HDMI cable, it provides high quality sound and image transfer to the television.
UNRIVALED VIDEO AND AUDIO PERFORMANCE
Independently tested at 21.9 Gbps* to deliver High Speed with Ethernet and the latest HDMI specifications. This is more than double the High Speed classification data rate of 10.2 Gbps. Supports Full HD, 3D, 4K and Deep Color.
BAND PASS FILTER TECHNOLOGY
* QED Laboratory, TP2 (H = 0.6 TBIT V = 335mV) tested at 1 m length using unequal pseudo-random bit model and standard eye mask.
ULTRA LOW JITTER
INDIVIDUALLY SCREENED TMDS PAIRS FOR ENHANCED INTERFERENCE IMMUNITY
Protects sensitive signals from interference for improved signal integrity and quality.
99.999% Oxygen-Free Copper conductors
Supports 4k x 2k Resolution
Full HD 1080p60
HDMI Ethernet and Audio Return Channel
QED AGAINST COMPETITION
The trace above shows a typical HDMI cable that can pass the High Speed test at 10.2 Gbps. This cable will realize an error rate of 10 bits in the HDMI specification -9 audio can bring perceptible degradation of vibration (95ps), but a large amount (1080p60) image has four false-color pixels per second) and video performance.
The trace above shows a QED Reference cable of the same speed and same length. Cable latency is reduced to just 25ps! As the timing error in the signal is greatly reduced, the data-derived clock used to tell the TV when to read incoming data becomes more accurate, making it almost impossible for bit errors to occur.
This gives the cable a tremendous amount of headroom. The HDMI Authorized Test Center measurement for High Speed HDMI is taken at 10.2 Gb/s, but independently tested at our QED Reference HDMI labs with a staggering 21.9 Gb/s* for 1 m cable using pseudo random bit pattern testing. This gives the cable approximately five times the capacity required for a Full HD or 3D image.