C-Wave Cabletronix HDMI Cable

C-Wave Cabletronix HDMI Cable


The C-Wave Cabletronix HDMI Cable features high speed with Ethernet that supports data transfer speeds up to 100Mb/sec.


  • Ethernet Channel: Adds High-Speed Networking To An HD Link, Allowing Users To Take Full Advantage Of Their IP-Enabled Devices Without A Seperate Ethernet Cable
  • Defines Input/Output Protocols For Major 3D Video Formats, Paving The Way For True 3D Gaming And 3D Home Theater Applications
  • Real-Time Signaling Of Content Types Between Display And Source Devices, Enabling A TV To Optimize Picture Settings Based On Content Type
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 Support for 3D and 4K displays. Male to Male ends 28AWG


  • Audio Return Channel-Allows an HD-connected TV with a built-in tuner to send audio data "upstream" to a surround audio system, eliminating the need for a separate audio cable
  • 4K Support- Enables video resolutions far beyond 1080p, supporting next-generation displays that will rival the Digital Cinema systems used in many commercial movie theatres 
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C-Wave Cabletronix HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-3 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 3'
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C-Wave Cabletronix 6' HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-6 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 6'
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C-Wave Cabletronix 10' HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-10 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 10'
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C-Wave Cabletronix 15' HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-15 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 15'
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C-Wave Cabletronix 30' HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-30 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 30'
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C-Wave Cabletronix 50' HDMI Cable CT-HDVC-50 Cabletronix HDMI Cable, 50'
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