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Walmart.com has 6' 4K Compatible HDMI Cable on sale for $1.99 each (minimum order qty is 2). Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise, shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks RedSkittles

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These cables support all resolutions up to 4K and are compatible with the latest HDTV technology.

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Walmart has select 6' @.com HDMI Cable on sale 2 for $3.98.

Shipped and sold by Walmart. Must purchase 2 or more.

Select free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free w/ orders $35+.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/com-6f...e/38236250

High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet, 6':
  • Supports 3D, Ethernet channel and Audio Return.
  • High resolutions, supports 4K, 1440p, 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i resolutions.
  • HDMI cable with Ethernet works with all HDTVs, Blu-ray players, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3 and other HDMI devices.
  • High-speed, single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95Gbps) to 340MHz (10.2Gbps).
  • 6' HDMI cable supports HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio
  • High frame rate, higher refresh rates (up to 240Hz) for smoother motion.
  • Deep Color, from 24-bit up to 30-bit, 36-bit, 48-bit color depths.
  • Broader color space, supports digital still camera (DSC).
  • Cable Length: 6'.
  • Color: black.


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Last Edited by bondiablo April 12, 2018 at 09:02 AM
Why all HDMI cables are the same and 4K cables are nonsense.
http://www.cnet.com/news/4k-hdmi-...-nonsense/

What HDMI cable do I need?
http://www.hdmi.org/consumer/find...cable.aspx

Do I need a new HDMI cable?
http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/...0_faq.aspx
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Can existing HDMI cables support the higher bandwidths of HDMI 2.0 Specification?
Yes, existing High Speed HDMI Cables (wire only) will support the new higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps).

HDMI 2.0 specification defined a new, more efficient signaling method, for speeds above 1.4b limits (10.2Gbps), to allow higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps) over existing High Speed HDMI Wire Cables.
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Does HDMI 2.0 require new cables?
No, HDMI 2.0 features will work with existing HDMI cables. Higher bandwidth features, such as 4K@50/60 (2160p) video formats, will require existing High Speed HDMI cables (Category 2 cables).
HDMI cables do not have version numbers.
https://www.hdmi.org/learningcent...o_pub.aspx
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Using HDMI version numbers in the labeling, packaging, or promotion of any cable product is prohibited...Cable products that refer to version numbers are considered non-compliant and subject to trademark enforcement actions.
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Specs show HDMI 1.4 with bandwidth of 10.2Gbps. This is not a High Speed cable and would not support 4k HDR. Would work fine for regular 1080p content.
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According to specs listed, these would be HDMI 1.4/1.4b spec cables. Excellent price to have a few spares on hand. I grabbed four of them. Thanks!
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Specs show HDMI 1.4 with bandwidth of 10.2Gbps. This is not a High Speed cable and would not support 4k HDR. Would work fine for regular 1080p content.
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Does it support HDR?
Read comment above yours.
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Cables do not have version numbers. All high speed cables should support all current HDMI features. 18Gbps was a change to the signal not to cables.
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It may support 4K but expect 30Hz refresh rate instead of 60Hz (meaning static images OK but motion will be jerky - very noticeable when hooking up a computer). If you want 4k @ 60Hz look for 18Gbps cables and don't cheap out (Blackweb, which is Wal Mart's house brand of HDMI cable, is cheap but has failed to get me 60Hz on 2 different cables I tested).
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Going from 10.2Gbps to 18Gbps was a change to the signal, there is no difference in the cables. If you want to be sure look for a premium certified cable. They're still made to the same specs as all other high speed cables but go through more testing to make sure they meet the spec.
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Going from 10.2Gbps to 18Gbps was a change to the signal, there is no difference in the cables. If you want to be sure look for a premium certified cable. They're still made to the same specs as all other high speed cables but go through more testing to make sure they meet the spec.
what do you mean by change to the signal for the dumb guys out there...not me lol...but if someone else was confused
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what do you mean by change to the signal for the dumb guys out there...not me lol...but if someone else was confused
They figured out a way to send more information over the existing cables.
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HDMI 2.0 specification defined a new, more efficient signaling method, for speeds above 1.4b limits (10.2Gbps), to allow higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps) over existing High Speed HDMI Wire Cables.
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High-speed, single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95Gbps) to 340MHz (10.2Gbps).

No HDR or 4K@60Hz, why FP? because it is cheap locally?
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Great, now I'm confused. Which poster is actually correct here? Need an expert.
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All high speed cables are the same. For this price, you could use these for a year and should they fail, throw them away and get some more. Quality of hdmi cables does not matter. Either they work or they don't.
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