3ft HDMI 2.0 fiber optic cable is ideal solution if your short copper HDMI cord has issues on handling 4K video audio signal
HDMI HDR cable delivers 18Gbps bandwidth to handle 4K@60Hz at 4:4:4 or 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 with barely signal loss
Ultra slim and lightweight thin wire makes cabling easier and you can route it around the tight space as you want
HI speed 4K UHD HDMI fiber cable meets new HDMI v2.0 testing specifications, and supports HDCP 2.2, CEC, EDID, 3D
1 meter black premium HDMI male to male cord for PS4 pro, DIRECTV, Xbox one s, Blu-ray player, DVD, Ultra HD TV, computer monitor, home theater projector, etc.
If your 3 feet regular copper HDMI cable might have some issues on carrying complete real 4K signal, DTECH 1 meter high speed fiber HDMI cable 3 ft guarantees 18Gbps bandwidth to transfer the original signals and displays 4K @ 60Hz HDR perfectly at Chroma Subsampling YUV 4:4:4.
This active optical cable supports higher definition images and high fidelity audio, offering you optimal experiences like PS4 / Xbox 4K gaming.
It's immune to EMI and RFI from appliances and wireless device, so you can get more precise, natural Audio Video in surveillance, hospital, data center, DIRECTV / VR environment.
This flexible thin video cable is with 4.8mm diameter small body, making it quite easy cabling, you can easily route it through difficult access areas like cabling duct, small hole in wall, ceiling projector rack, over door.
It is far lightweight than copper wire, so it won't put a lot of strain on HDMI port, which is perfect for connection between your small gear and HDTV.
Noted: It must be installed in the correct direction: "source" label on HDMI end is connected to Blu-ray player, PS4, Xbox;"display" end is connected to TV/projector.
Specification: Connector: Standard HDMI Type A Compliance: HDCP 2.2, EDID, CEC, Deep Color, 3D HDR (High Dynamic Range) enables you to enjoy more brighter, more detailed and more true-to-life image Resolutions: 4K (4096x2160/ 3840x2160)@60hz, 2K@120Hz, 1080p@240Hz 4k format supported: 4K@50/60hz at 4:4:4 and 4:2:0, 8 bit deep color;4K@50/60hz at 4:2:0, 10 bit;4K@50/60hz at 4:2:2 and 4:2:0, 12 bit 32 Uncompressed Audio Channels; 1536kHz Sample Rates