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C2G (1m) Value Series High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet

CCL Code: CAB4431
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Manufacturer Code: 82004
| Manufacturer: Cables to Go

£13.09

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Overview

Choose Value Series and make the right choice to connect the HDMI signal from your DVD player to your TV or projector. This quality-made cable delivers a crisp, clear audio/video signal for less. This cable type offers the same baseline performance as the High Speed HDMI Cable, plus an additional, dedicated data channel, known as the HDMI Ethernet Channel, for device networking. HDMI Ethernet Channel functionality is only available if both linked devices are HDMI Ethernet Channel-enabled. The cable's construction provides the quality needed for a clean 1080p picture. Gold-plated connectors ensure long-lasting, dependable connections while the PVC jacket adds flexibility and durability. The fully moulded connectors provide excellent strain relief.

Main Features

  • Transfers the HDMI signal between a high definition audio/video devices plus Ethernet for device networking
Specifications

Attributes

Cable Length 1 m
Cable Connector End 1 1 x HDMI Type A
Cable Connector End 2 1 x HDMI (Type A)
Cable length 1 m

Physical

Form Factor Cable - HDMI
Cable Colour Black
Pack Quantity 1
Weight 0.064 kg

Warranty

Warranty Lifetime

Key Features

Main Colour Black

Item Details

Manufacturer Cables to Go
Manufacturer Code 82004
EAN 0757120820048
UPC 757120820048
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty Lifetime

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Cables to Go
Manufacturer Code 82004
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