- Length: 70 m,
- Support for HDMI 2.0 – 18 Gbps throughput,
- Support for 4K UHD, 3D, Deep Color, HDR 10, HDCP 2.2,
- AUDIO return channel,
- Ethernet channel,
- High flexibility.
- Xbox One S console,
- Xbox One X console.
- HDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC)
- Ethernet channel allows for quick, two-way communication between the Internet and HDMI devices. The connected devices can send and receive data at speeds up to 100 Mb/s. With this solution, there is no need for separate Ethernet cable to each HDMI device, it is enough to connect only one device, usually the monitor/television.
- Audio Return Channel
- Return audio channel limits the number of cables connected to TVs. When the TV has a built-in DVB-S receiver, DVD etc., the digital audio signal can be sent to an external audio receiver/amplifier via the HDMI cable.
- Support for 3D imaging
- The standard specifies a common 3D format for HDMI devices. This allows viewing 3D images from game consoles as well as from other 3D sources.
- Expanded Support for Color Spaces
- HDMI supports color scheme specifically designed for digital cameras, allowing more accurate color rendition when viewing digital photos.
- 4K resolution
- HDMI 2.0 allows video transmission in 4K resolution, about four times higher than Full HD 1080p.
|8-channel LPCM/192 kHz/24-bit sound||YES|
|Blu-ray in full audio and video quality||YES|
|Consumer Electronic Control (CEC)||YES|
|DVD Audio support||YES|
|Super Audio CD (DSD)||YES|
|Compliance with Dolby TrueHD||YES|
|Compliance with DTS-HD Master Audio||YES|
|Updated list of CEC commands||YES|
|Return audio channel||YES|
|4K x 2K support||YES|
|Plug size [mm]||19 x 9|
|Cable diameter [mm]||4.5|