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  • Dynamic Usability: Connect tablets, laptops and other host devices to projectors, video conference systems, HDTV, monitors, and more
  • Reliable Performance: Flexible and durable PVC cable; Gold-plated HDMI connector resists corrosion and abrasion and enhances the signal transmission performance
  • Supports 4K Video & More: Supports Ethernet, 3D, [email protected] or [email protected] video, and Audio Return Channel (ARC); 48Gbps bandwith
  • Plug & Play Design: This plug and play cable removes the need for complicated drivers or setup time

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Amazon Basics High-Speed HDMI Cable (48Gbps, 8K/60Hz ) - 10 Feet, Black - $5.90 each with Prime Savings, free shipping for Prime Members.

Decent rating for HDMI 2.1 Cables, currently cheaper than the 3ft or 6ft optiions. Lowest price ever according to CCC.

IN THE BOX: (1) 10 foot 8K 48Gbps HDMI cable for transmitting video and audio signals from source to display
DYNAMIC USABILITY: Connect tablets, laptops and other host devices to projectors, video conference systems, HDTV, monitors, and more
RELIABLE PERFORMANCE: Flexible and durable PVC cable; Gold-plated HDMI connector resists corrosion and abrasion and enhances the signal transmission performance
SUPPORTS 4K VIDEO & MORE: Supports Ethernet, 3D, [email protected] or [email protected] video, and Audio Return Channel (ARC); 48Gbps bandwith
PLUG & PLAY DESIGN: This plug and play cable removes the need for complicated drivers or setup time
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erictom asked this question on 06-28-2022 at 11:15 AM
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It’s worse. It isn’t a certified ultra high speed hdmi cable.

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Some people may run into a problem with these. They're not certified Ultra High-Speed cables. Just high speed. That's not usually an issue, however, it could keep you from gaming at 120fps on consoles.

A month or two ago there was an article on GameSpot.com that went into detail about HDMI 2.1. The writer couldn't get his Xbox Series X to do 120fps gaming. The option was greyed out, even though he was using an HDMI 2.1 cable and his TV and sound receiver both supported it. When he would plug the cable directly into the TV, bypassing the receiver, he got the option to game at 120fps, but as soon as he plugged it back into the receiver, he lost the option, even though the receiver supported it. It turned out that it was due to the cable not being certified. The receiver wouldn't recognize it correctly. Once he tried a certified cable, the problem was solved.

I'm not saying you'll for sure have a problem. Just keep in mind that if you experience something similar, it's probably this cable. Every receiver is different. His was an Onkyo. I don't know the model.
I don't think it's rated for in-wall, but I don't see any issue doing it. Just use some sleeves when you're pulling through any holes through 2x4s and drywall.

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This appears to be hdmi 2.1
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Yep, 48Gbps so HDMI 2.1. Will add to my original post.
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Really good deal for highly rated 8K HDMI 2.1 cable. There are some YT videos that tests these (HDMI 2.0 version), and these rated really well. Great for anyone using it with nextgen consoles that need 120hz gaming.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X...4EY&t=454s
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Can I run it inside the wall?
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Can I run it inside the wall?
I don't think it's rated for in-wall, but I don't see any issue doing it. Just use some sleeves when you're pulling through any holes through 2x4s and drywall.
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Pretty solid deal, picked up a couple
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Honey price tracker--this is about $1 cheaper than the average price has been over the past 3 months.
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Good item to get the stamp. Use your Prime shipping benefit to purchase a Prime-eligible item of at least $5 to collect this stamp
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Some people may run into a problem with these. They're not certified Ultra High-Speed cables. Just high speed. That's not usually an issue, however, it could keep you from gaming at 120fps on consoles.

A month or two ago there was an article on GameSpot.com that went into detail about HDMI 2.1. The writer couldn't get his Xbox Series X to do 120fps gaming. The option was greyed out, even though he was using an HDMI 2.1 cable and his TV and sound receiver both supported it. When he would plug the cable directly into the TV, bypassing the receiver, he got the option to game at 120fps, but as soon as he plugged it back into the receiver, he lost the option, even though the receiver supported it. It turned out that it was due to the cable not being certified. The receiver wouldn't recognize it correctly. Once he tried a certified cable, the problem was solved.

I'm not saying you'll for sure have a problem. Just keep in mind that if you experience something similar, it's probably this cable. Every receiver is different. His was an Onkyo. I don't know the model.
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Really good deal for highly rated 8K HDMI 2.1 cable. There are some YT videos that tests these (HDMI 2.0 version), and these rated really well. Great for anyone using it with nextgen consoles that need 120hz gaming.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X...4EY&t=454s
Actually, because these aren't certified, you can run into the issue of not being able to game at 120fps. There was an article on it where the option to game at 120fps was greyed out on the person's Series X when plugged into his receiver, even though the receiver supports 2.1. It turned out to be solely the fault of a non-certified HDMI 2.1 cable. As soon as he tried a certified cable, it worked. So, it's best to avoid these for the new consoles. Of course that doesn't happen to everyone, since every TV, receiver, etc is different, but it does happen. I personally wouldn't chance it. Though I guess returns are simple enough if that is an issue for someone.
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It seems fire hazard with Amazon Basic products may not have been just isolated incidents or caused by user error. The fact that Amazon only responds to numbers but not severity of issues is very concerning:

https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/10/bu...index.html
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It seems fire hazard with Amazon Basic products may not have been just isolated incidents or caused by user error. The fact that Amazon only responds to numbers but not severity of issues is very concerning:

https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/10/bu...index.html
Well HDMI doesn't carry electricity Until HDMI 2.1a. Perhaps it's safe.
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Stupid question. Can 8K HDMI cable be used to connect Apple TV to my 4k TV? Would if cause any damage to TV's processor or cause lag ? TIA
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