Optical, Active HDMI™ Cable, ultra-thin, plug-plug, gold-plated, 50m
The ultra thin active optical HDMI™ cable is ideal for flexible routing and space saving connection.
It ensures perfect video and audio quality over long lengths since it uses interference free and non sensitive technology.
- High-tech material for reliable signal transmission and optical fibre cable shielding
- 24-karat hard gold-plated solid metal plugs
- Conversion of the HDMI™ signals to light waves, which are very resistant to interference
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- High-speed transmission of digital audio and video data between e.g. a projector and 4K UHD player, etc.
- Converts HDMI™ signals into less interference-prone light waves
- Stable data transfer over long distances
- With Source / Display connection identification
- AOT – Active Optical Technology
- HDMI™ High Speed with Ethernet
- HDMI™ 2.0b
- 4k / Ultra HD / SUHD / 1080p (Full HD)
- 3D transmission
- HDR / Dolby Vision / HDR10+ / HLG
- x.v. Color and Deep Color
- ARC - Audio Return Channel
- eARC - Enhanced Audio Return Channel
- CEC support
- Data transfers of up to 18.0 Gbps
- DSD support
- HRA - High Resolution Audio
- DTS:X™ | DTS HD Master™
- Dolby Atmos® | Dolby TrueHD™
- 3-year warranty
"The signal quality of this flexible 50 meters cable convinced in visual testing."
Very good; 1.1; Technical tip
"When it comes down to transmitting high-quality and high-resolution image and audio signals in a great quality from your home cinema installation at some distance, an Avinity active optical HDMI cable is the right solution. It can be mount very flexible and arranges loss-free data transfer and crystal clear images thanks to optical transmission system."
Outstanding; 1.1; technical tip
"If you want to transport high-grade and high-definition image and audio signals in a home cinema installation with best quality over a big distance, the Avinity active optical HDMI cable is the right solution. It can be installed very flexible and provides for loss-free data transfer and crystal clear images."