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HDMI 2.1 Active Optical Cable 48Gbps Small Radius Bending Cable
Ultra UHK 4K HDMI 2.1Active Hybrid Cable supports HDMI Maximum Data Rate 12Gbps total 48Gbpsbandwidth with light weight Cable, the cable perfect features flexible,smallbending radius,millions of bending...
HDMI 2.0 AOC Active Optical Cable 6Gbps UHD 4K 60Hz Flexible Cable 100m
HDMIActive Hybrid Cable is the competitive long distance HDMI installationsolution. It supports HDMI Max data rate 6Gbps with light weight. The Highflexible cable helps the cable pass the millions cycles...
Active Optical Cable USB 3.1 Gen2 C Male to HDMI AOC Active Optical Cable
Active Optical Cable USB 3.1 Gen2 Type C CableSuper Speed 10Gbps C to HDMI can remedy the defect the power transmit problemof normal USB 3.1 active fiber optic cables,this hybrid fiber optical cable canbe...
HDMI 2.0 Cable Assembly CL3 4K@60Hz
HDMI2.0 Cable Supports 4K @60Hz,18Gbps, Built of UL verified Double shielded braid+ foil cable and quality HDMI connector at both end, robust overmolded. Thetriple shielding ensure the ultimate video experience,prevents...
HDMI Cable HDMI 2.0 CL3 Cable Male to Female Extension Cable
HDMI Cable UHD4K HDMI 2.0 Extension Cable Supports - 3D | HD 2K @ 1080p | QHD @ 1440p | UHD4k @ 2160p (up to 60 Hz over HDMI 2.0 - HDMI 2.0 connection),constructed of ULCL3 Double shielded braid + foil...
HDMI Cable HDMI 2.0 Panel Cable CL3 HDMI Male to Female with Panel Mount 0.3m
HDMI Cable Panel Mount HDMI Cable built of UL Double shielded braid + foil cable and quality HDMI Male and Female connector at each end,the Female end with panel mount deisng, it helps the cable be locked...
HDMI Flat Cable HDMI 2.0 Cable CL3 UHD 4K 60Hz 15m for TV LCD Display
FlatHDMI Cable built of flat shielded + foil cable and quality HDMIconnector at both end, robust over molded.The flat construction let the cablecan be easy put under the blanket,in the wall.They are high...
Slim HDMI Cable 2.0 Small Size HDMI Cable
SlimHDMI Cable 4K@60Hz Cable built of UL verified trible shielded 36awg coaxial cable andquality HDMI connector at both end,small size molding.
HDMI Cable HDMI to DVI CL3 Cable for TV LCD mornitor
HDMI Cable REACHcompliant. HDMI to DVI Cable built of UL qualified full shielded + foil cableand quality HDMI and DVI connector at each end, robust overmolded. Supports Ultra high definition video plus...
HDMI Cable Female to Female for Wall plate with panel 0.3m
Panel Mount HDMI Cable built of UL Double shielded braid + foil cable and quality HDMI A Male to Female,the Female end with panel mount design, it helps the cable be locked on the HDMI Wall plate perfect.
HDMI Panel Cable for Wall plate Female to Female 0.3m
Panel Mount HDMI Cable b uilt of UL Double shielded braid + foil cable and quality HDMI A Male to Female,the Female end with panel mount design, it helps the cable be locked on the HDMI Wall plate perfect....
HDMI Cable for Wall plate Cable Female to Female with panel 45 degree angle 0.3m
Panel Mount HDMI Cable b uilt of UL Double shielded braid + foil cable and quality HDMI A Male to Female,the Female end with panel mount design, it helps the cable be locked on the HDMI Wall plate perfect.
HDMI Cable

The HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) Cable is a standardized audio-video interface that transmits uncompressed digital audio and video signals between HDMI-enabled devices. It is widely used for connecting devices such as TVs, monitors, gaming consoles, and audio/video receivers.

Specifications of HDMI Cable

Specification Details
Cable Type HDMI Cable
Connector Types HDMI Type-A, Type-B, Type-C, Type-D
Data Transfer Rates Up to 48 Gbps (HDMI 2.1)
Resolution Support Up to 8K (HDMI 2.1)
Cable Length Various lengths available
Conductors Copper or Fiber Optic (for active cables)

Types of HDMI Cable

Type Description
HDMI 1.4 Supports up to 4K resolution and 3D content
HDMI 2.0 Increased bandwidth for 4K at 60Hz
HDMI 2.1 Enhanced bandwidth for 8K and dynamic HDR

Material of HDMI Cable

Material Description
Cable Jacket PVC, TPE, or other durable materials
Connector Housing Plastic or metal housing for connector durability
Conductors Copper or Fiber Optic (for active cables)

Applications of HDMI Cable

HDMI Cables are used in various applications, including:

  • Home Entertainment: Connecting TVs, gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, and audio/video receivers.
  • Computer Monitors: Connecting computers and laptops to monitors for high-definition display.
  • Projectors: Transmitting audio and video signals to projectors for presentations or home theater setups.
  • Gaming: Connecting gaming consoles to displays for an immersive gaming experience.

Features of HDMI Cable

  • High-Definition Video: Supports high-definition video resolutions for crystal-clear images.
  • Audio Transmission: Transmits high-quality audio signals along with video.
  • Compact and Versatile: Compact connector design suitable for various devices and applications.
  • Plug and Play: Simple plug-and-play functionality for easy setup.
  • Backward Compatibility: Newer HDMI versions are often backward compatible with older devices.

Advantages of HDMI Cable

  • High Resolution: HDMI cables support resolutions from HD to 8K, providing high-quality visuals.
  • Audio Support: Transmitting multi-channel audio for a rich audio experience.
  • Versatility: Compatible with a wide range of devices, from TVs to gaming consoles.
  • Ease of Use: Simple to connect and set up, making it user-friendly.
  • Reliability: Established and widely adopted industry standard.

Working Principle of HDMI Cable

HDMI cables transmit digital audio and video signals through a series of conductors within the cable. The HDMI connector has multiple pins dedicated to different types of data, including video, audio, and auxiliary data like Ethernet.

How to Make HDMI Cable

The manufacturing process involves:

  • Cable Assembly: Assembling the cable with proper conductor arrangement.
  • Connector Attachment: Adding HDMI connectors to each end of the cable.
  • Testing: Rigorous testing for signal integrity, resolution support, and durability.

Why Choose Us

  • Expertise: Extensive experience in designing and manufacturing HDMI cables.
  • Quality Assurance: Stringent testing procedures for reliable performance.
  • Customization: Tailoring cables to meet specific length and connector requirements.
  • Innovation: Keeping pace with the latest HDMI technology developments.

How to Choose good HDMI Cable

Consider the following factors when choosing an HDMI cable:

  • Resolution Support: Choose a cable that supports the resolution of your display device.
  • Cable Length: Select the appropriate length for your specific setup.
  • Version Compatibility: Ensure compatibility with the HDMI version supported by your devices.
  • Connector Type: Choose the HDMI connector type (Type-A, Type-B, Type-C, Type-D) based on device compatibility.


  1. Q: What is the difference between HDMI 1.4, HDMI 2.0, and HDMI 2.1?

    • A: Each version introduces improvements in terms of data transfer rates and supported resolutions. HDMI 1.4 supports up to 4K, HDMI 2.0 increased bandwidth for 4K at 60Hz, and HDMI 2.1 further enhances bandwidth for 8K and dynamic HDR.
  2. Q: Can I use an HDMI 2.1 cable with my older devices that support HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 2.0?

    • A: Yes, HDMI 2.1 cables are backward compatible with older HDMI versions. However, you may not benefit from the additional features of HDMI 2.1 on older devices.
  3. Q: What is the maximum cable length for HDMI cables?

    • A: The maximum recommended length for HDMI cables is around 15 meters (50 feet). Beyond this length, you may experience signal degradation, and it’s advisable to use signal boosters or active cables.
  4. Q: Do HDMI cables support audio transmission?

    • A: Yes, HDMI cables transmit both high-definition video and multi-channel audio signals, providing a complete audio-visual experience.
  5. Q: Can I use an HDMI cable to connect my computer to a TV or monitor?

    • A: Yes, HDMI cables are commonly used to connect computers or laptops to TVs or monitors for high-definition display.
  6. Q: Are all HDMI cables the same, or do I need a specific type for certain devices?

    • A: While all HDMI cables transmit audio and video, there are different versions (1.4, 2.0, 2.1) with varying capabilities. Choose a cable that meets the requirements of your devices, especially in terms of resolution and features.
  7. Q: What is the purpose of HDMI connectors like Type-A, Type-B, Type-C, and Type-D?

    • A: HDMI connectors come in different types to accommodate various devices. Type-A is the standard size, Type-B is less common, Type-C (Mini HDMI) is smaller, and Type-D (Micro HDMI) is even smaller, suitable for compact devices like cameras and smartphones.
  8. Q: Can HDMI cables transmit 3D content?

    • A: Yes, HDMI cables, particularly those with HDMI 1.4 and newer versions, support the transmission of 3D content between compatible devices.
  9. Q: Are gold-plated HDMI connectors necessary for better performance?

    • A: Gold-plated connectors may offer better corrosion resistance, but they do not significantly impact the performance of HDMI cables. The key factors are cable quality and version compatibility.
  10. Q: Do I need a high-speed HDMI cable for 4K and HDR content?

    • A: Yes, for optimal performance with 4K and HDR content, it’s recommended to use a high-speed HDMI cable, especially if your devices support HDMI 2.0 or higher.
  11. Q: Can HDMI cables be used for Ethernet connectivity?

    • A: Yes, some HDMI cables come with an Ethernet channel (HEC) that allows for network connectivity between HDMI-connected devices. Ensure your devices support this feature.
  12. Q: How can I troubleshoot HDMI connection issues, such as no signal or flickering display?

    • A: Check the cable connections, try a different HDMI port, ensure the cable is securely plugged in, and test with another HDMI cable if possible. If issues persist, it may be related to device compatibility or cable quality.

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