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Monoprice Ultra 8K High Speed HDMI Cable - 6 Feet (Black) $4.79

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Amazon has Monoprice Ultra 8K High Speed HDMI Cable - 6 Feet - Black (48Gbps, 8K, Dynamic HDR, eARC - DynamicView Series) for $4.79.

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-48Gbps bandwidth: these cables are to carry bandwidth intensive loads and to prevent handshake issues, snow, etc. Perceived hardware issues can be solved by fully supporting high-bandwidth dependent features, such as dynamic HDR, Dolby vision, Dolby Atoms, and DTS x.
-Dynamic HDR: dynamic HDR ensures every moment of a video is displayed at its ideal values for depth, detail, brightness, contrast, and wider color gamut, optimized on a scene-by-scene or even a frame-by-frame basis.
-Supports [email protected]: [email protected] resolution means a more immersive viewing experience with sharper high speed content. The resulting Ultra fast And sharp images are great for sports, high performance Gaming, and VR.
-EARC (enhanced audio Return Channel): eARC Supports the most advanced audio formats, such as object-based Audio, which provides an immersive multidimensional experience. The enhanced audio detail and depth can position Audio events from movie soundtracks in 3D space.
-The high bandwidth and extended video resolution enables gaming consoles, PCs, laptops, PC monitors, VR gear, and UHD TVs to support the most advanced extreme gaming features, including support for AMD Free Sync on PlayStation 4 Pro and Xbox one x.

**This is cheaper than the last frontpage deal that is direct from Monoprice.
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Hmm.. if it supports dolby atoms then I'm all in.. -but is it certified to support them?
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Not certified cables.

Are these certified by hdmi.org as ultra high speed cables?
Answer:no they are not.
By Monoprice Support MANUFACTURER on October 29, 2020
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Quote from zevonangel :
Hmm.. if it supports dolby atoms then I'm all in.. -but is it certified to support them?
Yes these are Dolby Atmos compatible, with several reviews saying as much. I have several Monoprice 8K HDMI cables (not this one) I am using for my Atmos setup and one for eARC from my TV to my receiver, no issues.
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I believe this released prior to the 8K standard being certified and as such has a few reviews stating that it wasn't supported (at least then). So I'd only recommend picking up as a 4K 60Hz cable that would be compatible with current audio standards.
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Yes these are Dolby Atmos compatible, with several reviews saying as much. I have several Monoprice 8K HDMI cables (not this one) I am using for my Atmos setup and one for eARC from my TV to my receiver, no issues.
I was at first joking about the dolby "ATOMS" which isn't the fault of the OP as it's spelled wrong in the Amazon page.

I really was wondering if they were certified 8k which dczyz (thank you) answered.

I was asking because just recently on a popular HDMI post someone mentioned that there was an article about uncertified 8k HDMI cables that (because they were 'uncertified') would not do eARC 120hz (through an AVR. I was skeptical at first but that guy got the most likes in the post. -So it's probably best to get certified cables if you have an AVR and want to game at 120hz.
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Thought this was a good deal.... but not being certified and the top negative review(s) made me cancel my order.
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Quote from zevonangel :
I was at first joking about the dolby "ATOMS" which isn't the fault of the OP as it's spelled wrong in the Amazon page.

I really was wondering if they were certified 8k which dczyz (thank you) answered.

I was asking because just recently on a popular HDMI post someone mentioned that there was an article about uncertified 8k HDMI cables that (because they were 'uncertified') would not do eARC 120hz (through an AVR. I was skeptical at first but that guy got the most likes in the post. -So it's probably best to get certified cables if you have an AVR and want to game at 120hz.
Just noticed that as well, haha. Agreed.
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