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Last Edited by bondiablo May 8, 2018 at 10:32 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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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.
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Can existing HDMI cables support the higher bandwidths of HDMI 2.0 Specification?
Yes, existing High Speed HDMI Cables will support the new higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps).

HDMI 2.0 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 Cables.
HDMI cables do not have version numbers.
http://www.hdmi.org/learningcente...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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YMMV, the store near me has it for $7. The next closest is showing up on Brickseek for $3 but sold out.
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I don't think this is a 4K cable, only 10.2 Gbps according to the description. Am I wrong?
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I don't think this is a 4K cable, only 10.2 Gbps according to the description. Am I wrong?
4k@24Hz only for 10.2Gbps. Would need an 18Gbps for 4k@60Hz.

Also saw these [walmart.com] for $1.99 each (minimum order of 2) for shipping/pickup (Again 10.2Gbps only though)
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GE is using some misleading language.

This cable is not premium certified 18gbps.

It may carry your 4K HDR signal.

Most short cables will.

But this is not a premium certified 4K cable so keep your receipt.
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Wait, so I need a premium certified 4K HDMI cord to go with my new 65" Bravia?
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Scored 2 of these. Returning my insignia pair to Best Buy (20$)
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4k hdmi my ass, display port is the way to go, although it lacks audio
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Quote from alex8392002
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I don't think this is a 4K cable, only 10.2 Gbps according to the description. Am I wrong?
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4k@24Hz only for 10.2Gbps. Would need an 18Gbps for 4k@60Hz
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This cable is not premium certified 18gbps.
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Wait, so I need a premium certified 4K HDMI cord to go with my new 65" Bravia?
There's no such thing as a 4K cable and all "high speed" cables are supposed to handle 18Gbps. The change from 10.2Gbps to 18Gbps was entirely in the hardware, had nothing to do with cables. Premium cables are just high speed cables that go through additional testing for reliable high speed performance to get the "premium" certification.
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There's no such thing as a 4K cable and all "high speed" cables are supposed to handle 18Gbps. The change from 10.2Gbps to 18Gbps was entirely in the hardware, had nothing to do with cables. Premium cables are just high speed cables that go through additional testing for reliable high speed performance to get the "premium" certification.
Exactly. Just put the damn cable in and if you get a signal its all good. Zero and one people.
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