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Ya. Same problem here but I have a launch ps4.
Wally Riel
· May 4, 2020
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I put mine on a 65” Sony Bravia XBR650A. Just prior to replacing the cable, I switched to the new Fios 4K Boxes. Very noticeable difference. Even with the sound
Ronald Bianchi
· March 2, 2020
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As a professional home theater installer/technician with 16 years experience, always get the 8k 2.1 Zeskit HDMI to go from a receiver to the TV and that one definitely supports eARC. Great cables. Love 'um.
Runes
· March 25, 2020
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Yes, Apple TV 4K 4K@60Hz with 4:2:2 is one of the bench mark we tested on all our cables.
Zeskit
Seller · October 10, 2019
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Hi, this cable can handles up to 22.28Gbps bandwidth, which is a bit more than HDMI 2.0 standard. We did not compare it with Amazonbasics. It depends on many factors if it gives better picture. Generally, if your original cable is not the bottle neck of your system, this cable won't bring improvement. But if your cable… see more Hi, this cable can handles up to 22.28Gbps bandwidth, which is a bit more than HDMI 2.0 standard. We did not compare it with Amazonbasics. It depends on many factors if it gives better picture. Generally, if your original cable is not the bottle neck of your system, this cable won't bring improvement. But if your cable is the bottle neck, our cable will give better picture.

HDMI signal is digital. However, the encoding method it uses allow certain errors, that is signal loss. So some cases a cable can give better picture and sound due to it passes the signal which is lost before. But some cases it remains the same since the previous cable has already pass 100% of the signal.

Thanks for your interest in our products. support@zeskit.com see less
Hi, this cable can handles up to 22.28Gbps bandwidth, which is a bit more than HDMI 2.0 standard. We did not compare it with Amazonbasics. It depends on many factors if it gives better picture. Generally, if your original cable is not the bottle neck of your system, this cable won't bring improvement. But if your cable is the bottle neck, our cable will give better picture.

HDMI signal is digital. However, the encoding method it uses allow certain errors, that is signal loss. So some cases a cable can give better picture and sound due to it passes the signal which is lost before. But some cases it remains the same since the previous cable has already pass 100% of the signal.

Thanks for your interest in our products. support@zeskit.com

Zeskit
Seller · December 27, 2019
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More than likely the settings on your Sony DVD player are not set to display HDCP content. Does this DVD players have composite and component outputs? (Red, Green, Blue for video) or (Yellow for video) if so your setting are more than likely set-up for these video out. You must connect this DVD player to a older tv to … see more More than likely the settings on your Sony DVD player are not set to display HDCP content. Does this DVD players have composite and component outputs? (Red, Green, Blue for video) or (Yellow for video) if so your setting are more than likely set-up for these video out. You must connect this DVD player to a older tv to them go into the settings menu to then switch it to HDMI output. see less More than likely the settings on your Sony DVD player are not set to display HDCP content. Does this DVD players have composite and component outputs? (Red, Green, Blue for video) or (Yellow for video) if so your setting are more than likely set-up for these video out. You must connect this DVD player to a older tv to them go into the settings menu to then switch it to HDMI output.
Victor L. Steverson
· April 1, 2019
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Yes, if your monitor accepts HDM!
Reed Radcliffe
· March 24, 2020
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On streaming, probably not. Pixelation is usually caused by bandwidth issues. For the PS4 and PC's framerate can be improved by HDMI cables. Some only do 30 fps while other will do 60 or more. Be sure your tv can do 60 and the HDMI input port is labelled for 60 and the game supports 60.
fraamus
· October 6, 2019
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Yes, it supports up to 4K. So 1080 without problem. You may check other device's setting. You could also send us a email and we can help you further. support@zeskit.com
Zeskit
Seller · May 6, 2019
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I do not know
Donald Byars
· January 26, 2020