HDMI Cable (6.5ft/ 2m) Cinema Plus 28AWG (4K 60Hz HDR 4:4:4) HDCP 2.2 - Exceed HDMI 2.0, High Speed 22.28 Gbps - Compatible with Xbox PS3 PS4 Pro nVidia AMD Apple TV 4K Fire Netflix LG Sony Samsung
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- Supports 4K@60Hz, HDR, 4:4:4 or RGB, HDCP 2.2, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X.* No compromise for your ultimate video experience. (*Requires your player and display support)
- Exceeds 22.28Gbps. 28 AWG solid OFHC, 6.5ft/2m long, nylon braided cord, gold plated plug.
- Compatible with Apple TV 4K, PS4 Pro, Fire TV, Roku, LG Sony Samsung TV or monitor (All were tested by Zeskit R&D Dept.)
- Copper foil shield on both ends plus Mylar & alloy braided 100% shield along the whole cord. No flickering due to EMI.
- 2 Year Warranty provided directly by Zeskit, please contact seller(not Amazon) or email@example.com
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Zeskit’s Cinema Plus Series HDMI Cable is designed to meet and exceed the highest standards of HDMI performance. Capable of delivering 22.28Gbps bandwidth, they support all HDMI 2.0b features likes 4K@60Hz, HDR, YCrCb 4:4:4, HDCP 2.2 content protect. No more flash, no more error message.
No matter you are a gamer or a movie fan, Zeskit HDMI cable satisfy you every time. With High-Purity OFHC Copper and triple EMI shielding, you get crisper picture, brighter, more realistic colors and greater detail. From the hottest new movie to your favorite games, everything is more lifelike than ever.
Quantity in a box: 1 cable
Connector: HDMI Male to Male
Cable length: 2 meters (6.5 feet)
HDMI Version: 2.0b
- Exceeds 22.28Gbs bandwidth
- 4K / Ultra HD, up to 4096 x 2160p @60Hz (also supports 1080p@120Hz, 1440p@120Hz)
- HDR, HDR10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
- HDCP 2.2
- ARC (Audio Return Channel)
- 3D over HDMI
- Backward compatible with 1080p and earlier HDMI versions
Details Makes the Excellent
Pure signal transmission not only requires cable's ability to pass signal, but also the ability to resist interference. Cinema Plus has triple shields along the whole cord, and additionally, copper foil inside both heads. This will eleminate image jitter caused by strong EMI.
Cinema Plus has upgraded connectors to gold plated. An oxidized connector will decrease the transmission quality much. Gold is highly resistant to corrosion or oxidation, so prevents poor connections from those sources.
Release the Power of 4K HDR
Zeskit Cinema Plus is designed for the 4K HDR. The 4 times more pixels than standard HD with 10bit color depth (HDR10) requires up to 22.28Gbps data rate capacity. This is a challenge to a standard HMDI 2.0 cable (18Gbps). But it is not a limit to Cinema Plus, which achieves 22.28Gbps. So it can handles 4K@60Hz, HDR, YCrCb 4:4:4 (or RGB), all these at the same time.
No More HDCP Warning
In our test, Cinema Plus passthrough HDCP 2.2 content without any issue on LG TV, Roku, and PS4 Pro, Apple TV…, on which users have HDCP issue most. If you are looking for a cable solving the HDCP issue, this is the one for you.²
28AWG Solid Oxygen Free Copper Conductors
Solid conductors eliminate strand-interaction distortion and reduce jitter. Upgrading from its earlier version, Cinema Plus uses 28AWG OFC conductor, ensuring the speed of 22.28Gbps data rate.
- Not all HDMI ports in a device are the same. (e.g. Sony TV) Some ports may supports less features than the others. Refer to the device manual to troubleshooting when you cannot turn on some features.
- To play HDCP content correctly, all equipments (player, display and amplifier) along the signal route need to be HDCP compatible. Any point fails in HDCP will cause HDCP issue.
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|Connectors||HDMI Male to Male||HDMI Male to Female||HDMI Male to Female||HDMI Female to Female||USB-C to HDMI||3.5mm Audio Male to 2 Female|
|Size/Shape||16ft, 23ft, 29ft||Right Angle (4 direction choices)||1.5ft, 3ft, 6.5ft, 10ft||Straight||6.5ft||2in|
|Features||CL3 Rated (safe to use within buildings), 4K@60Hz, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDCP 2.2, ARC||Zinc Alloy Full Shielding, 24K Gold Plated Plugs, HDMI 2.1 Ready, 8K, 4K@60Hz, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDCP 2.2||4K@60Hz, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDCP 2.2, ARC||Aluminum Full Shielding 24K Gold Plated Plugs, HDMI 2.1 Ready, 8K, 4K@60Hz, HDR, Dolby Vision, HDCP 2.2||4K@60Hz, HDR, HDCP 2.2||Lightweight, 24K Gold Plated Plugs, Step Plug for Phone Case|
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Overall a decent cable: feels sturdy, looks good (on the outside), but I just didn't need it. I'll explain in a minute.
The first cable I received didn't work properly-- fuzzy colerd horizontal patches and white static lines. I emailed seller and they sent a new cable immediately. I DID NOT post a horrible review of the product and hope the seller saw it therby skewing the ratings for an otherwise decent product. However, I was concerned that the box they ship it in might be too small and therefore put undue pressure on the cable connectors. But the new one works, so does it really matter?
The reason I bought the cable though, was to support the new 4k Fire Stick I got for Xmas and provide HDR and UHD passthrough from my AV unit to my 4k TV. The previous HDMI cables (budget brand) I had weren't doing it (or so I thought) and since my AVR proudly displayed "4k passthrough" in the user manual- logically it was the cable's fault. Nope- all mine.
Fire Stick 4k utilizes HDCP 2.2 (https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201859000) whereas my three year old unit does not (here's the confusing part): although I have HDMI 2.0 ports on my TV and AVR (as opposed to 1.4 for older models), my AVR does not support the HDCP 2.2 encryption. My brain conveniently glazed over the word 'encrtyption' and just assumed 2.whatever with an "H" in the title was good enough. Point is, if I wanna plug my 4kFS into my AVR (and I do because I think the sound is slightly better than relying on the CEC connection from my TV) I'm gonna need a new AVR. So, for now, I just plug it into an HDMI port on my TV. Be careful though- some TVs don't have the same HDR capabilities in all inputs, just as some AVRs don't either (in other words- RTFM).
I finally decided to try these Cinema Plus cables on the Apple TV and Blu-Ray and Eureka! The picture quality is perfect and much more vivid and detailed! I’ve checked all of the movies where I’d had these issues, and no more issues.
So highly recommend these cables, especially if you have had any similar issues where you’ve thought it’s just your TV that’s the problem.
What is more: I bought this cable because I could not make my Vizio TV display at 4K HDR. The cable was not the only issue. When asked to leave a review for the cable, I let Zeskit's customer service know that I was having problems with the TV configuration... and they figured out the issue much faster than Vizio's support!!! I never expected them even to answer me because the cable had nothing to do with the issue. I am very impressed with this company, Zeskit. It is the first time I see a company really caring about its customers. So in return, I am leaving this positive review. And I am the kind of person who only leaves negative reviews.
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Until I took one last chance on these cables that were recommended by a friend. Wow, FINALLY everything is working as it should!! All bandwidth tests pass with flying colors (pun intended). No more Xbox jidders, movie flickering etc.
I HIGHLY recommend these if you have a setup like mine that demands ultra high speed hdmi cables.
As for the cables themselves, they’re beautifully braided, and I had no problem running them through my walls. You can’t make 90 degree bends obviously, but they worked fine in the small spaces they had to navigate.
The quality is top notch and I’ve been abusing these cables for two days strait now with everything I can throw at them at once — haven’t failed once yet.
If you’re tired of BS claims of “high end” hdmi cables, then grab these.
Construction of this cable is very good, however I found a bit stiff than my previous cable, but I don't mind as long as it work and got rid of my sound problem.
Only thing I had a issue is one cable must have a bent pin as it was a struggle to get into my pioneer reviever