HDMI Cable v2.1 Ultra High Speed HDR 8K/4K 60Hz 48Gbps eARC Cable 2m

Ultra High Speed HDMI v2.1 cables support all of the latest HDMI devices available. The most recent update to the HDMI family is v2.1 these cables are backward compatible with older HDMI devices and supports up to 10K video!

Compatible will all 4K devices the cables can run 4K signals at 30 or 60Hz (used by the latest HDMI devices such as Sky Q PS4 Proz Xbox one etc.) or 8K video at 60Hz and will transfer data at up to 48Gbps much faster than the 18Gbps of older HDMI cables.

Dynamic HDR support ensures every moment of a video is displayed shows its true depth detail brightness contrast and has a wider colour over each frame.

The cables has features that include Low EMI (electro-magnetic interference) which reduces interference with nearby wireless devices.

The Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) is a new HDMI feature allowing a source (for example a gaming console such as the XBox One S or XBox One X) to direct all compatible components in the HDMI chain (e.g. AV-Receiver and TV sets) to enter its low-latency mode automatically without requiring the user to navigate a menu to set the optimal latency for their content. This allows the picture to be displayed with least possible delay which is especially important for gaming.

Enhanced Audio Return channel – The main benefit of eARC is a big boost in bandwidth and speed. This allows you to send higher-quality audio from your TV to a soundbar or AV receiver

Variable Refresh Rate is the term for a refresh rate that can continuously vary on the fly. VRR reduces or eliminates lag stutter and frame tearing for a better gaming experience.

The Supports uncompressed 8K video with HDR
Up to 48Gbps transfer speeds
Ultra High-Speed v2.1 HDMI Specification
Supports up to 10K resolutions
4K at 60 and 30Hz (frames per second)
8K at 60 and 30Hz (frames per second)
Backwardly compatible with older 2.0 1.4 and v1.3 devices

Fully HDCP Compliant
Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)
Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC)
Quick Frame Transport (QFT)
Quick Media Switching (QMS)
Variable Refresh Rate (VRR)