Tripp Lite 16' High Speed HDMI Cable Digital Audio Video Gold M/M 16ft

Mfg. Part: P568-016 | CDW Part: 755128 | UNSPSC: 26121604
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  • Create Ultra HD connections between your High Speed HDMI-equipped devices
  • 4k HDMI Cable / Ultra HD HDMI Cable
  • 4K x 2K / 3840x2160 resolution / Ultra high definition (UHD)
  • Connect your game system to your HDTV -HDTV Cable
  • Bandwidth up to 10
  • 2 Gbps
  • Full 1080p resolution
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Main Features
  • Create Ultra HD connections between your High Speed HDMI-equipped devices
  • 4k HDMI Cable / Ultra HD HDMI Cable
  • 4K x 2K / 3840x2160 resolution / Ultra high definition (UHD)
  • Connect your game system to your HDTV -HDTV Cable
  • Bandwidth up to 10
  • 2 Gbps
  • Full 1080p resolution
  • LCD / Plasma / Blu-Ray / Blu Ray / BluRay / iPad / iPad2
Tripp Lite's 16ft HDMI - HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable allows interconnection between digital display devices, such as DTV's (Digital Television), Plasma displays, LCD TV's, and projectors, to Digital source devices, such as Digital Set-Top boxes, DVD/DVD-R players, and AV receivers. HDMI assures that the best video signal is always sent from source (HDTV signal, DVD Player...) to the display (Projection Television or Plasma). It does this by allowing uncompressed video and multi-channel audio data to be input to the display device through one single cable. The need for multiple analog connections for high-resolution audio and video are eliminated. Without a HDMI connection, one would need 3 video connections for high definition video and 6 audio connections for high-resolution audio. An HDMI connection allows input at high rates of speed, up to 5 Gbps. This leaves a lot of spare capacity for future applications; for example, a current uncompressed HD movie "only" requires 2.2 Gbps for both video and multi-channel audio.
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