The XO Platinum 10m HDMI Cable have been upgraded to the latest spec of HDMI Cables
XO Platinum 10m HDMI Cable have been upgraded to the latest spec of HDMI Cables, the cable now includes a channel for ethernet and audio return channel. The cable is also 3D Ready and when connected horizontally or vertically. A re-engineered profile allows the Ivuna to fit into tight conduits, while our signature grip has been added for quick and easy insertion and release. Ivuna Advanced High Speed HDMI Cables with Ethernetallows you the luxury of seeing and hearing every detail
XO Platinum 10m HDMI Cable
allows you the luxury of seeing and hearing every detail without any compromise. It delivers uncompressed 1080p/120 Hz high definition video with 12-bit deep colour, eight channels of 192/24 digital audio for ultimate 7.1 surround sound, and an integrated HDMI Cables
control channel – all in one cable. It also eliminates digital-to-analog conversion between your video sources and display for the most accurate high definition picture with HDMI Cables
This XO Platinum 10m HDMI Cable
brand new series is structured to the highest standard with exclusive technology and construction for precise, high bandwidth signal transfer. Heavy gauge, multi stranded copper conductors maximize digital signal transfer for precision 1080p video reproduction with deep, extended colour. Its silver plated pure copper conductors ensure maximum conductivity and bandwidth. An advanced nitrogen gas injected di-electric with quad layer shielding corrects impedance variances to deliver maximum signal strength as well as improves accuracy while delivering the most enjoyable home theater experience
- Length: 10m HDMI Cable
- 3D and Ethernet Ready
- Nitrogen gas-injected dielectric with quad-shielding for maximum signal strength.
- Delivers Up to 1080p Digital HDTV.
- Male to Male Connection
- 24K Gold-plated Connector Plug Contacts
- Mylar Backed Foil
- High Speed (Catergory 2)
- HDMI 1.4 increases its single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95 gigabits per second) to 340 MHz (10.2 Gbps) to support the demands of future high definition display devices, such as higher resolutions, Deep Colour and high frame rates.