HDMI cable: Signal 1m v2.1 slim 8K@60Hz

Code: H1015
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The HDMI Signal cable meets all the requirements of the HDMI 2.1 standard. It has a small diameter (4 mm) and a short bending radius.
• Length: 1 m,
• HDMI v2.1 standard,
• Cable thickness is 4 mm,
• Plug size 18 mm at the widest point,
• Image transmission at a maximum resolution of 7680×4320p,
• Image transmission at FullHD, UltraHD, 8K,
• Support for dynamic HDR (HDR10+),
• Support for enhanced audio return channel (eARC),
• Maximum bandwidth up to 48Gbps,
• Ethernet channel.

Warranty

3-year warranty.

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Details

The HDMI Slim cable meets all the requirements of the HDMI 2.1 standard. It has a small diameter (4 mm) and a short bending radius (40 mm). The cable is used in places where there is no space for laying standard cables and where the aesthetics of the installation are particularly important. The cable transmits video and sound.
Transmission via HDMI cable is widely used in TV sets, TV decoders and game consoles. In the case of HDMI 2.0, the user can use the transmission of video at a maximum resolution of 4K (60 fps) with support for HDR (in the case of the popular HDMI 1.4 standard, it was 4K resolution with 30 fps).
The H1015 HDMI 2.1 cable allows for 4K, 120 fps (or 8K, 60 fps) video transmission. Such capabilities are achievable when both devices connected with the cable meet the requirements of the HDMI v2.1 standard. The cable is compatible with older versions of the standard.
Key features:
  • Length: 1 m,
  • HDMI v2.1 standard,
  • Cable thickness is 4 mm,
  • Plug size 18 mm at the widest point,
  • Image transmission at a maximum resolution of 7680×4320p,
  • Image transmission at FullHD, UltraHD, 8K,
  • Support for dynamic HDR (HDR10+),
  • Support for enhanced audio return channel (eARC),
  • Maximum bandwidth up to 48Gbps,
  • Ethernet channel.
The cable meets the HDMI v2.1 standard
The HDMI 2.1 specification allows the transmission of ultra-high resolution video (8K @ 60Hz resolution). 8K is an abbreviation for 7680 lines of width and 4320 lines of height of the image.
The return audio channel allows you to send the audio stream to, for example, a receiver based on HDMI connection without the need for additional cable connections (audio). With the eARC channel, you can achieve cinematic depth when listening to DOLBY ATMOS and DTS:X surround sound. Due to the limitations of the regular ARC channel (HDMI 1.4), only eARC enables the processing of these formats.
Dynamic HDR provide a higher contrast ratio and wider color space, allowing them to display a more realistic and natural image, closer to how human eyes see. Thanks to the dynamic metadata in the HDR10+ standard, the hue mapping curve is adjusted for each individual scene. This ensures that each scene is reproduced in an optimal way.
CEC (Consumer Electronics Controls) is a way to communicate and operate devices connected via HDMI cables. The function allows one device to control the basic functions of another device, such as turning the device off, changing the selected input of the TV, changing the channel as well as the volume. The HDMI CEC function is most often used to control or synchronize TVs, soundbars, set-top boxes, game consoles, and home theater sets with each other.
Display Stream Compression (DSC) is a visually lossless compression technique developed by the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) used in displays to achieve higher resolutions at higher frame rates. The cable supports the DSC version 1.2 standard.
HFR is an image transmission method that provides higher quality 4K (Ultra HD) moving image by increasing the number of frames per second displayed. As a result, programs with fast-paced action or sports broadcasts look much more realistic. The HFR technique produces images with smoothly reproduced motion while eliminating blurring and shaking.
Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) reduces or eliminates lag, stuttering and frame tearing for smoother motion in games.
Quick Frame Transport (QFT) reduces latency by transmitting individual images over HDMI as fast as possible. QFT ensures smoother gameplay with no lag.
Automatic low latency mode (ALLM). The device automatically enters low latency mode depending on the playback content. An example is the use of a TV and game console (ALLM compatible) where speed and lack of delay in the displayed image is important.

Specifications

Name HDMI 1 m cable v2.1 8K @ 60 Hz
Product type HDMI cable
Manufacturer DIPOL
Brand SIGNAL
Specifications
Connectors page 1 HDMI A
page 2 HDMI A
Length m 1
HDMI standard 2.1
Conductor thickness AWG 30
Design Slim
Filters No
Specyfikacja HDMI
Max. pixel frequency MHz 1200
Maximum bandwidth TMDS Gbps 48
Maximum video bandwidth Gbps 42,6
Maximum audio bandwidth  Mbps 36,86
Maximum color depth bit/px 48
Maximum connector resolution 24-bit/px 7680×4320
30-bit/px 7680×4320
36-bit/px 7680×4320
24-bit/px 7680×4320
sRGB Yes
YCbCr Yes
8-channel audio LPCM/192 kHz/24-bit Yes
Consumer Electronic Control (CEC) Yes
DVD-Audio support Yes
Super Audio CD (DSD) support Yes
Deep Color Yes
xvYCC Yes
AV-sync Yes
Dolby TrueHD compliance Yes
DTS-HD Master Audio compliance Yes
Updated CEC command list Yes
Ethernet channel Yes
Return audio channel Yes
3D via HDMI Yes
4K × 2K resolution support Yes
Dynamic HDR Yes
Improved return audio channel Yes
Video compression (DSC) Yes
Automatic low latency mode (ALLM) Yes