• 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable
  • 4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable

4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable

Optic fiber HDMI 2.0 cable enables to transfer video and audio as the optical signal without signal loss or delay even at a much longer distance.

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4K HDR Fiber Optic HDMI 2.0 Cable

This HDMI 2.0 cable allows you to share an internet connection among multiple devices 10 meters without the need for a separate Ethernet cable, easily connects your Apple TV or HDTV to the PC, Laptop, PlayStation 4 Pro, PS4/PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, Blu-ray Player, and more HDMI sources.

Features:

– 4K@60Hz Definition Resources: Fiber HDMI cable supports 4K @60Hz ultra high definition resolution with high-speed 18Gbps, which approaches the best performance of your games on PlayStation and enjoy the Excellent game experience.

– Match Perfectly With HDMI Cable 2.0: HDMI Category 2 Certified, 4:4:4 with 8 bits, 3D 4K Video at 60Hz, backward compatible with 2160p 60Hz 1080p 144Hz and previous HDMI devices v1.4 & v1.3 Standards.

– Mirror or Extend your computer: Under Mirror Mode, you can enjoy the movies or play games on HDTV or Projector with a larger screen which displays the same content as your computer; Under Extended Mode, each display simply gives you more desktop room and they’re separate.

– High Quality: Durable and flexible TPE jacket, Kirstie shell, gold-plated connectors feature rust resistance and stable signal streaming, ensure the purity of the digital signal and provide the truer sound & picture. Certified with RoHS, CE, and FCC approval.

 

Note:

1. This optic fiber HDMI cable is an only one-way transmission, not bidirectional. Please ensure the “Source” and “Display ” connector will connect to the relevant device before wiring.

2. Please hold the CASE of the connector instead of the lead when plugging and unplugging.

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