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    HDMI 1.4b 1080p Full HD Cable HDR Graphics Ethernet CEC ARC - Black

    Original price £3.99 - Original price £15.99
    Original price
    £3.99 - £15.99
    Current price £14.99
    Length: 9m
    HDMI 1.4b, Full HD - 4k/30fps compatible with HDR Graphics Mode at 1080p. 

    Our most versatile HDMI Cable, in v1.4b enables the best of 1080p - 4k/30fps *Full HD Mode and HDR Graphics Range enabled.

    Extremely popular for Playstation (PS3/PS4/PS5), XBox (One S/X), or PC Gamers, or those who do not have 4K UHD or 8K TV's/Monitors but still wish to get the best out of their standard TV subscriptions too.

    This cable is extremely heavy duty and has a remarkable strain relief allowing for repeat bending of the cable, without any damage being caused to the cores or the terminal plug.


    • 8 channel LPCM, 192 kHz, 24-bit audio capability 
    • Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD video and audio at full resolution 
    • 4K resolution support at 30 fps
    • DVD - audio support 
    • Super Audio CD (DSD) support
    • Deep Colour & Auto lip-sync
    • Dolby TrueHD bitstream capable 
    • DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable 
    • Supports 3D over HDMI & 1.4 Standards Compliant 
    • Audio return channel (ARC) 
    • Consumer Electronic Control (CEC) 
    • 24k Gold-Plated HDMI Male to Male Connectors (Type A) 
    • UKCA, CE/ROHS, FCC Certification Compliant 
    • Full 2160p/1080p High Resolution Supported 
    • Supports Ethernet for the Latest Technology
    • Zero Data Loss for Ethernet Connection
    • Digital Noise Reduction and Low Jitter Audio
    • AWG Rating: 28AWG 1m, 2m, 3m, 4m, 5m. 26AWG 6m, 7m, 8m, 9m, 10m.
    • Conductor Material: Tin Plated OFC Pure Copper
    • Warranty: 18 Months.


    • Universal - HDMI 1.4b Type A Male to HDMI 1.4b Type A Male.
    • Supports High Speed Data Transfer with Ethernet.
    • 19+1 Pin configuration and fully backward compliant with previous versions
    • Extended strain relief for secure connections and permanent installations such as wiring HDMI cable through a wall, behind plasterboard or under the floor.

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