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HDMI Cables

SKU: 1027657
ATT HDMI CABLE CBL-ATHD2M.R 2M
18.9 RM
SKU: 1066733
Masterlink 4K HDMI Cable MSL-HD203PM/2M 3M
39 RM
SKU: 1066730
Masterlink 4K HDMI Cable MSL-HD202PM/2M 2M
29 RM
SKU: 1027733
HDMI CABLE ATT CBL-HDMI1.4/1M 1M
15.9 RM
SKU: 1066705
Masterlink 4K 8K HDMI Cable CBL-MSLUHD212M 2M
99 RM
SKU: 1066729
Cento 4K HDMI Cable CBL-CTPRHD202M 2M
59 RM

 

HDMI Cables

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) cables are widely used in various devices today, including computers, TVs, Blu-ray players, projectors, soundbars, Apple TVs, and Set-Top Boxes. However, many people may not be aware that HDMI cables can vary in terms of their appearance and usage. The HDMI 2.0 cable, which is commonly used today, was first introduced in 2013. Its primary feature is its support for transmitting high-resolution 4K (3840 x 2160 pixels) video signals at a frame rate of 60 frames per second (fps). Video signals at this high frame rate are often seen in video games with diverse visual elements, offering smooth and lifelike motion. For movies, the frame rate is typically 24 fps, while TV programs often use 25 fps in the PAL system and 30 fps in the NTSC system. HDMI 2.0 can handle 4K 60Hz video signals, but the new HDMI 2.1 version takes resolution and frame rates to the next level, supporting up to 10K at 120Hz for ultra-sharp, natural-looking images. The supported formats include:

4K: 50/60 Hz

4K: 100/120 Hz

5K: 50/60 Hz

5K: 100/120 Hz

8K: 50/60 Hz

8K: 100/120 Hz

10K: 50/60 Hz

10K: 100/120 Hz

HDMI 2.0 Features

Enhanced 4K (2160) capability compatible with HDMI 1.4/1.4a, supporting frame rates of 50 Hz or 60 Hz.

Support for up to 32 channels of audio in new audio formats.

Support for a high-resolution, high-sample frequency of 1536 kHz in high-resolution audio systems.

Simultaneous streaming of two video streams on one screen.

Simultaneous audio streaming for up to four different sets of listeners.

Native aspect ratio support for 21:9 or 2.35:1 dynamic synchronization for video and audio streaming.

For devices that support HDMI versions 1.0 to 1.3, upgrading to versions 1.4, 1.4a, or 2.0 may not be possible. However, you can still enjoy HDMI 1.4, 1.4a, and 2.0 features with HDMI 1.0 or 1.3 devices.

HDMI 2.1: The Latest Technology

HDMI 2.1 is the latest evolution of this specification for data transfer via cables. HDMI 2.1 takes a step forward by adding support for uncompressed 8K video signals at 60 frames per second in 12-bit color, achievable with a bandwidth of 48 Gbits per second, using Display Stream Compression (DSC). HDMI 2.1 can transmit 10K at 120 frames per second in 12-bit color. Some HDMI 2.1 features require access to approximately 40 Gbits per second of bandwidth, enough to support 4K at 120 frames per second in 10-bit color, taking full advantage of 10-bit panels on consumer TVs. To utilize these new features, you must use HDMI 2.1-compliant cables. System administrators can authorize HDMI certification for these cables, marked as "Ultra High Speed."

Homepro HDMI Cables

You can purchase high-quality HDMI cables of all types at special prices at Homepro stores near you. Alternatively, you can shop online at www.homepro.com.my, which offers delivery and installation services right to your doorstep. The Homepro team is ready to provide you with excellent customer service and assistance. For inquiries, please contact the Homepro Call Center at 1-800-28-2268.