AmazonBasics High-Speed CL3-Rated HDMI Cable with RedMere, 35 Feet
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- A-Male to A-Male HDMI cable with RedMere technology; supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video, and Audio Return Channel (ARC); CL3-rated
- RedMere chip enables a clear signal over long distances and allows for a thinner, more pliable wire gauge for improved cable flexibility and portability
- Connects Blu-ray players, Fire TV, Apple TV, PS4, PS3, XBox one, Xbox 360, computers, and other HDMI-enabled devices to TVs, displays, A/V receivers, and more
- Cable allows you to share an Internet connection among multiple devices without the need for a separate Ethernet cable
- Displays 4K video at 24 Hz, 1080p at 60 Hz, with 48-bit deep color and supports bandwidth of 10.2 Gbps; backwards compatible with earlier versions
- Cable length: 35 Feet ; backed by AmazonBasics
- This is NOT a bi-directional cable, display connector is marked with a monitor logo
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AmazonBasics high-speed HDMI cable lets you join two devices and transmit data quickly. This AmazonBasics HDMI cable sends data without digital noise.Build a secure and quick connection between devices with the AmazonBasics High Speed CL3 Rated HDMI Cable. With this single cable, you can enjoy games, movies, etc. from your mobiles, Blu-Ray players, PlayStation on a bigger screened device. It is CL3 rated cable made using low-smoke materials for easy installation in a wall and to resist fire. It is equipped with an advanced RedMere technology for stable, high-speed signal transmission.
Compatible with: Display Devices
Weight: 725.7 g
Dimensions (HxWxD): 1.97 x 9.06 x 9.06 Inch
Cable length: 1066.8 cm
Reliable, Secure Connection
This AmazonBasics high-speed HDMI cable connects to a large number of HDMI devices securely and quickly. It is built-in with a RedMere technology that delivers super fast, clear signal over long distances with a thin and pliable wire. This cable is given a CL3 rating, making it safe for in-wall installation. Also, it stays away from damage caused due to fire with its low-smoke make. You can use it to connect your mobiles, home entertainment systems or gaming consoles to TVs, projectors, or computer monitors. You can also share internet connection with multiple devices without the need for separate Ethernet cables with its built-in Ethernet.
Enjoy Content with Better Pictures and Sound
This AmazonBasics HDMI cable provides crisp visuals and sounds with its bandwidth of up to 10.2Gbps. This makes it display movies in breathtaking 4K video resolution. It also supports wide-angle theatrical 21:9 video aspect ratio that fills the TV or computer screen with wide, clear, and breathtaking visuals. Lastly, it supports 32 audio channels up to a frequency of 1536kHz.
Backward Compatible, Superior Conductivity
The usage of this AmazonBasics RedMere HDMI is not restricted to a particular device only. This cable is backward compatible with all HDMI standards. When you connect two different HDMI standard supporting devices using this cable, they automatically find the best connection. The gold-plated connectors of the cable are made using corrosion-resistant materials to transmit signal without distortions. This secure and optimal signal transmission always delivers the best in pictures and sounds. To maintain the pure, strong digital signal, the cable features interference cutting, durable, black, PVC outer layer and shielding.
AmazonBasics High-Speed CL3-Rated HDMI Cable with RedMere - 35 Feet
This AmazonBasics High-Speed CL3-Rated HDMI Cable with RedMere quickly connects a wide range of HDMI devices and is CL3-rated for safe in-wall use and supports up to 300 volts. Use it to connect home-entertainment or gaming device to a big-screen HDTV, large projector, or computer monitor.
For advanced functionality and efficiency, the cable comes equipped with RedMere technology. It reliably transmits a high-speed HDMI signal (10.2 Gbps) with a thinner cable and over a longer distance compared to a passive HDMI cable without RedMere technology.
- Made with low-smoke materials to resist fire
- Connects Fire TV, Apple TV, PS3/4, XBox, computers, and other HDMI-enabled devices to TVs and more
- Supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video, and Audio Return Channel (ARC)
- RedMere technology for advanced functionality and efficiency
High-Quality Picture, Sound, and Ethernet in 1 Cable
Delivering clear, vibrant video, this cable meets the latest HDMI standard, which means it considerably expands bandwidth up to 10.2 Gbps, offers 4K @ 24 Hz video resolution, and supports the wide-angle theatrical 21:9 video aspect ratio.
The cable also offers dynamic synchronization of video and audio stream: it can deliver two video streams (dual view) simultaneously and up to four audio streams simultaneously. Even more, the HDMI cable supports up to 32 audio channels and up to 1536 kHz total audio. CEC extensions provide increased command of your electronic devices through a single control point.
The versatile cable’s built-in Ethernet allows for sharing an Internet connection among multiple devices—no need for separate Ethernet cables. The cable's design also incorporates a RedMere chip, which enables the cable’s signal to remain clear over longer distances. The RedMere chip also allows for the wire gauge to remain thinner and more pliable compared to HDMI cables.
Gold-Plated Connectors for Superior Conductivity
The gold-plated, corrosion-resistant connectors (A Male to A Male) deliver optimal signal transfer with lower distortion at the point of contact. This dedication to the digital signal provides sound and picture quality that is truer to the original. The HDMI cable also comes with a durable, black, PVC outer layer and shielding, which protects against outside interference, helping to maintain the integrity and purity of the digital signal.
Backwards Compatible with Previous HDMI Standards
Because it’s backwards compatible with all previous HDMI standards, the HDMI cable can be used with all HDMI devices. When you connect two devices with different HDMI standards, they will automatically find the best available connection.
Note: This cable is one directional. To transmit a signal, one end needs to connect to the source device and the other end to the display (not the other way around).
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I'm writing this only after spending 15 minutes fishing this through a ceiling to a projector, and then spending 30 minutes troubleshooting why it would not work. I dismantled everything and pulled the cable back out, ready to return. Upon closer inspection, I saw the words SOURCE in black lettering, on black cable. Lo and behlod that was the issue.
Just don't make the same mistake I made after running a 50 ft cable. Otherwise, it's working fine.
FWIW I have not had a chance to test this on a 4k connection.
I read all the Amazon reviews online for this HDMI cable and was a firm believer that virtually all HDMI cables are standardized. Therefore, if you get a cable that meets the spec, you should be alright. I also take great pride in building a very high quality home theater but very economically. I researched a ton on every part of my system (top of the line 2018 75" Samsung QLED Q8FN, Denon AVR-S510BT Receiver, KEF speakers, Comcast Xfinity cable box 4K XG1v4).
Imagine my incredible disappointment AND frustration when I bit the bullet and bought this AmazonBasics HDMI cable for my in-wall installation! My home theater contractor professionally installed every component and I watched him and his team the entire time. When we finished the job, he said to me-- "I bet you'll be calling me back to swap out that Amazon HDMI cable." Lo and behold, after a few months of struggling through this flickering (see video), I couldn't take it anymore and had to switch it out. Basically, whenever I put something on in 4K HDR (Netflix for example) or 1080p, this flickering would intermittently start. So frustrating to pay this contractor to come back, take the TV off the wall and re-run the cable inside the wall!
I ended up buying an AudioQuest 10' 4K Ultra HD In-Wall HDMI Cable, which I think is a Best Buy exclusive. Sure its much more expensive but guess what-- I have no flickering issues now.
In conclusion, don't cheap out and buy quality stuff-- NOT AMAZONBASICS. I feel like there's some gamification of the review system going on to let this cable get a 4.5 star rating. Also, thanks Amazon for NOT letting me return this since I passed by their return window. Insult to injury. You should stand behind your branded products!
I tested it with the Samsung K8500 UHD blu-ray player. This player's home screen is 4K 60fps and it worked fine. I popped in a couple of 4K blu-ray discs (most 4K blu-rays are 24fps so it's a lot easier on HDMI cable) and it worked without any issue. I then tested with the Costa Rica 4K 60fps on youtube and it also worked. For every test, I pressed info button on my TV remote to see the input signal and confirmed the correct input resolution and frame rates.
To sum it up, if you want to buy this cable to for 4K, go for it. It's NOT guaranteed to work but there's a good chance that it will. I worked for me. I guess I'm lucky but you can be too. If it doesn't you can always return it.
If you are just looking for a long cable to connect your 1080p HDTV to a Blu-ray player, game console, or other device, this 25-foot HDMI cable will do a fine job. However, if you are searching for a more high-end application, such as connecting a computer to a 4K TV/monitor, this is not the cable to buy.
Much like a 50 foot long Bluerigger cable that I've had for a few years, this is a low-priced cable that just works (when connecting a Blu-ray player to a 1080p projector or TV). The fact that it's CL3-rated means that you can run it through your walls and not run afoul of building codes (check your local building codes to see what applies in your area) and the cable won't turn into a fuse in a fire. 1080p is relatively low speed and I've not run into a cable that couldn't do the job, but I also don't go for the dollar specials from companies with no name. While copper is copper, there is still something to be said for decent connectors, and unlike speaker wire, HDMI has to deal with crosstalk and other issues that too much corner-cutting can impact. I am very confident that this cable would work fine in most if not all 1080p applications. I never once had an issue in my testing at that resolution.
If you're looking at 4K, however, you need to start paying closer attention to certifications and cable/connector construction. Higher resolution requires more speed. So do higher refresh rates. So if you're running 4K at 60 Hz for an application, that's going to require more speed to go through a cable than a 1080p signal at 30 Hz. To connect a PC to a 4K TV to use as a monitor for gaming or productivity, you're also going to want to be able to do 4:4:4 chroma for the best picture quality (google for more info on that).
To run 4K at 60 Hz with 4:4:4 chroma, you need a cable that can handle 18 Gbps speeds, and not all cables can do that. The longer the cable, the harder it is to attain that speed, so getting a 25 foot cable to do that successfully is going to be a challenge, even for the non-generic manufacturers. On the product information for this cable, it says that it can do up to 18 Gbps, so that might lead you to believe that it's possible.
In my testing, this cable could achieve 4K and 4:4:4 chroma, but only at 30 Hz without errors. The first cable I received was capable of doing 50-60 Hz, but with sparkles in the video and static in the audio. Given my research into the topic, this wasn't surprising, but since it was advertised to do so, I requested a replacement to see if it would perform better. Unfortunately, the replacement had less success, with random results of 1) video sparkles and audio static, and 2) no valid signal.
As I said, this was no surprise. It's quite a challenge to run 18 Gbps at lengths over 12 feet. I purchased a Mediabridge ULTRA Series HDMI Cable (15 Feet) - High-Speed Supports Ethernet, 3D and Audio Return [Newest Standard] and it couldn't do anything better than 4K at 30 Hz at 4:4:4 chroma. Even dropping down to 4:2:2 couldn't get a valid signal at speeds above 30 Hz, so this AmazonBasics cable that was 10 feet longer performed better in my testing.
Variances do exist between the strength of the source device and the sensitivity of the receiving device, so what can work in one situation will not work in another. If you have equipment that is running up against the tolerances of the spec, and then use a cable that is also running up against the challenges of sending an 18 Gbps signal, you can run into issues. The next person with different equipment and/or a cable that was made on a different day or with a different batch of wire may succeed. This is why it's important to buy high quality equipment when you're stretching the boundaries of what current technology can do.
With all the dubious marketing claims surrounding cables, the best you can do for yourself is to find a cable that has been certified as a "Premium Certified Cable" by the HDMI Licensing group. That certification will be done at each length of cable, so if you're buying a 25-foot cable, it has to be certified at that length. A certification for a 10-foot cable doesn't mean anything if you need 15 or 25 feet.
I was able to find just such a cable. In my research, I found that Blue Jeans Cable is one of the first companies to get that certification, so I bought a 12-foot Series FE cable (the shortest length I could use for my application) directly from the company. Only later did I find that the sell their cables here on Amazon as well: BJC Series-FE Bonded-Pair High-Speed Premium HDMI Cable with Ethernet, 12 foot, Black It even came with a holographic sticker that could be scanned to verify its certification. Granted, its price was more than twice what the other cables cost, but I wanted to make sure that I could get a successful connection, and I did. If you're looking for an 18 Gbps cable, don't waste your time with lesser quality products, and get a certified cable to begin with.
Will this cable work for a vast majority of people? Yes, most likely one would never have a problem with it, because even 4K media players (like the Amazon Fire TV) do not require an 18 Gbps connection speed. At least not yet. And that's where you run into the issue of how to spend your money. Do you want to save money and face the possibility that you will need to replace the cable some time in the future, or do you want to spend more and not worry about it later? That answer will dictate whether this cable is the right purchase for you. My choice would be to spend the extra money and have the peace of mind that comes with it.
A 3-star review seems a little harsh for a cable that will work for a vast majority of people, but it's advertised as an 18 Gbps cable and it couldn't attain that speed in my testing, even after trying two samples. I applaud Amazon for being so good about sending me a replacement cable and for taking the MediaBridge cable in return when it didn't work, but this product did not perform as advertised, so I can't give it more than a 3-star "It's okay" rating. If it could have done 18 Gbps, I would have given it 5 stars for great performance at a great price.