Best Cable for 1080p also Supports 4K x 2K Video and more color spare

This Ultimate Blue 2m HDMI Cable is perfect for connecting HD equipment such as your Sky HD Virgin V+ Freeview HD Blu-Ray PS3 or Xbox to your HDTV. This Ultimate Blue 2m HDMI Cable Supporting the highest resolutions and latest HD features it’s the perfect choice for those looking for a dependable value for money cable from a brand they can trust. This Ultimate Blue 2m HDMI Cable with Ethernet are superb, high quality cable, ideal for use with Sky HD, PS3, Blu-Ray, HDTV and home cinema installations. It provides premium quality hdmi cable construction at an affordable price and features 24K gold plated contacts for optimum conductive ability and resistance to tarnishing and corrosion. This is a great new HDMI cable with 1.4a version which has a Ethernet technology built-in,This Ultimate Blue 2m HDMI Cable is also backward supported with 1.3,1.3b and 1.3c versions. It has High Speed with Ethernet,Audio Return Channel.It is Useful for HDMI 1.4/1.3c/1.3b devices and Supports 3D Technology,The Nylon Protection layer protects from abration. Best Cable for 1080p also Supports 4K x 2K Video and more color spare. Suitable for 50Hz,100Hz,200Hz LCD/LED HD Tvs, and Upto 600Hz HD Plasma Tv’s along with DVD,Blu Ray Players HD Projectors. This is specially designed to help the gaming users, It will improve the picture quality on PS3 and XBOX 360. Make the Most out of your new HD Ready TV with the latest in HDMI Cables. This High Definition Multimedia Interconnect connects your Blu-Ray Player, HD Digital TV Box or games console to your AV Amplifier, Plasma or LCD TV or Projector. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable.

Technical Details

  • HDMI 1.4a VERSION ALSO COMPATIBLE WITH 1.3c/1.3b/1.3 devices and Supports 3D
  • High Speed with Ethernet,Audio Ruturn Channel
  • FULL HD 1080p also Supports 4K x 2K Video and more color spare
  • 24K Gold Plated with 99.99% Oxygen Free Copper Conductor
  • Suitable for 50Hz,100Hz,200Hz LCD/LED HD Tvs, and Upto 600Hz HD Plasma Tv’s.,100% Digital & 3D Signal, Length:2Meter(6.4ft)


Absolutely zero data loss will occur through the use of this Cable

Cablesson  Maestro  9 Metre / 9m HDMI Cables are produced to provide pure digital signals without distortion or loss in signal. They are made with Mylar foil to provide the best insulation possible. Don’t settle for less when selecting your HDMI cables. The Maestro  9 m revision for HDMI doubles the bandwidth of the original and has opened the door for a host of potential new advancements in Home Theater Audio/Video performance.  Nitrogen gas-injected dielectric with quad-shielding for maximum signal strength. HDMI 1.4 increases its single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95 gigabits per second) to 340 MHz (15.8 Gbps) to support the demands of future high definition display devices, such as higher resolutions, Deep Color and high frame rates. Maestro 9m / 9 metres High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet (Version 1.4a Compatible With 1.3c, 1.3b, 1.3, 1080p, Ps3, Xbox 360, Sky HD, Virgin HD, FreeVIEW, FreeSAT, FULL HD LCD, Plasma & LED TV’s & Also Supports 3D TVS).

With the HDMI standard continuing to grow in the marketplace with now over 850 adopters worldwide, growing adoption of the  HDMI specification by both consumer electronics and PC manufacturers further strengthens its position as the worldwide standard  for high-definition digital connectivity. Cablesson is proud to add the NEW Cablesson Maestro 9m  HDMI cable to our product range.  We are one of the first company in the world to introduce the NEW HDMI 1.4 cable  to our consumers. The Maestro 9m HDMI cable  is CL3 rated for in wall installation and will future proof your High Definition setup.

Absolutely zero data loss will occur through the use of this Cable. It can be used with high specification HDMI (V.1.4 with Deep Colour) devices/cables with no risk of reduced performance.


HDTV High-definition television in the United Kingdom

High-definition television in the United Kingdom is currently at an early stage of adoption. The first broadcasts began in 2006 and the number of channels has grown to 32 as of late 2008.

Most channels in the United Kingdom remain broadcast, and largely viewed, in standard-definition but most major broadcasters have begun or are soon beginning their initial forays into high-definition television. Similarly, the vast majority of viewing still takes place in standard-definition though penetration of high-definition displays and receivers is increasing.

High definition broadcasts are currently available over digital satellite, both subscription and free-to-air, as well as digital cable. Limited trials of over-the-air high-definition television broadcasts have been undertaken and there are plans for permanent broadcasts following digital switchover.

Current status

High-definition broadcasts are available on free-to-air digital satellite, the Sky+ HD satellite service and Virgin Media (cable) with BBC, ITV and Channel 4 channels available under contracts that expire in 2008. A new service, called Freesat launched on 6 May 2008, initially carrying the BBC HD channel. ITV have been trialling part-time HD broadcasts via the red-button service, ITV HD at first exclusively available on Freesat, although the service can now be manually tuned in on certain other satellite receivers including the Sky+ HD box. Channel 4 broadcasts selected programmes in HD via Sky HD and it is anticipated that they will eventually also broadcast over Freesat.

The BBC HD channel is available without subscription on digital satellite, and may be received by anybody with suitable equipment — a high-definition satellite receiver and a satellite dish. Many satellite viewers currently opt for a full Sky subscription which provides extra channels.



The BBC initially operated BBC HD on a trial basis on Sky Digital & the Telewest cable (later Virgin Media) platform. Following full approval by the BBC Trust, the service is expanding its hours and aims to become a full-time service.


The ITV Network started broadcasting a trial service on digital cable television as well as on the Digital Terrestrial Television trial in London during the 2006 Football World Cup. The service ceased after this period, but a new HD service began to be made available with the launch of Freesat, on 7 June 2008, where selected programmes are offered in HD format, and accessed by the red button on Freesat receivers. ITV intended to spend £10m during 2008 on supporting ITV HD. Currently, there are no plans to launch via Sky.

Channel 4

Channel 4 launched its HD service on digital satellite in December 2007. The channel is encrypted, but is available with a free-to-view viewing card. There is some speculation that the channel may go free-to-air alongside BBC HD when its current contract with BSkyB expires.


Five does not yet operate any HD service, but has been awarded a licence for HD transmissions on Freeview from 2010. The content is expected to be a simulcast of its main channel, with own productions and US acquisitions in HD.


British Sky Broadcasting began HD transmissions of several channels in May 2006.



As yet, there have been no full-time terrestrial HD transmissions other than two low-power trials in London. Although the spectrum used to broadcast digital television is currently too limited to allow HD transmission, the industry expect that new transmission and compression formats will allow full-time HD channels as early as late 2009.

Satellite: Sky HD

Sky+ HD has been carrying HD channels since May 2006. The platform now has a mixture of 33 free and subscription channels broadcasting in HD.

Satellite: Freesat

Freesat launched on 6 May 2008. It provides a subscription-free alternative to Sky and includes support for HD (BBC HD & ITV HD are available to receive with the Freesat HD box).

Freesat is a not-for-profit company formed by the BBC and ITV, marketing itself as being completely free from subscription charges or contracts, although viewers of course are obliged to purchase a suitable satellite receiver and have a satellite dish installed if they do not already have one. Freesat receivers are available in both standard definition and high definition cable versions. HD channels are available only when the satellite receiver is capable of supporting it.

Cable: V+

Virgin Media cable carries the BBC HD channel and on demand content from several broadcasters as part of its V+ service.

IPTV: BT Vision

BT Vision, a hybrid digital terrestrial and IPTV service, carries pay-per-view high-definition programmes, which the viewer downloads to the BT Vision set-top-box then watches when the download is complete. The HD service launched in February 2009.

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