Satisfy Your Need for Speed
If you're looking for a high performance cable that delivers the speed needed to support most HDMI devices and home theater systems, Accell's UltraAV High Speed HDMI Audio/Video Cable is an excellent choice. With a speed rating of 6.75 Gbps, the UltraAV cable supplies enough throughput to optimize your Blu-ray player or PS3 game console and is an ideal entry point for anyone investing in a 1080p home theater system.
| | Complete your home theater system with a high performance A/V cable
Outstanding Audio and Video Reproduction in a Single Cable Designed to Meet Strict HDMI Specifications
The UltraAV cable is designed to the latest HDMI 1.3 Specification. It supports up to 1080p resolution, 36-bit Deep Color, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. It's compatible with all HD formats, including 720p and 1080i, and transmits uncompressed digital audio and video signal for the highest quality sound and picture. The UltraAV cable supports an overall bandwidth of up to 6.75 Gbps (225 MHz), providing blazing fast digital signal transfer.
Superior Construction Built into Each Cable
This high performance HDMI cable is designed to eliminate signal degradation for exceptional audio and video reproduction. The 100% foil shielding and high-density metal braid reject electromagnetic (EM) and radio frequency (RF) interference, while the UltraFlex jacket provides easy routing and outstanding cable protection. This cable features 24K gold-plated HDMI connectors and contacts for a solid, corrosion-resistant connection that enhances audio and video transfer. Accell UltraAv cables offer superb performance and reliablity. Featuring high-quality materials and construction, these cables will optimize the performance of your A/V system.
Not All HDMI Cable Companies are the Same
| | Quality construction enables superior performance
Making a quality HDMI cable that is compliant with HDMI Specification requires premium materials and skilled workmanship. HDMI cables are sensitive to variances in construction, especially over long runs. A poorly made HDMI cable can affect picture quality, causing artifacts such as snow or colored speckles, or effects like ghosting, especially during dark sequences or scene transitions.
Most cable companies don't have their own factories and are simply resellers, sourcing HDMI cables from third parties. Purchasing cables from a third party can make it difficult to ensure performance and quality.
Accell is different. Employees at Accell's cable factory engineer, design, assemble and quality check cables in-house, ensuring that the highest levels of quality and performance are built into every cable. Accell HDMI cables are constructed using only superior components. From their 24K gold-plated HDMI connectors to their oxygen-free copper conductors, Accell cables are certified 100% HDMI compliant.
Available in Lengths up to 65 Feet
For long cable runs, the UltraAV cable is also available in 25-foot, 32-foot, 50-foot and 65-foot lengths. These longer cables use thick 24 gauge (50-foot and 65-foot) and 26 gauge (25-foot and 32-foot) copper conductors. This construction delivers exceptional digital singal transfer over long cable runs. Suitable for in-wall installation, these long-length cables are Underwriters Laboratory (UL) Listed and CL3 rated according to the National Electrical Code.
Due to the extended length of the 50-foot and 65-foot cables, they provide a maximum throughput of 4.95 Gbps, compatible with HDMI 1.2.
What HDMI Cable Speed Do You Need?
| | Coordinate component throughput
for the best picture and sound
Throughput is the maximum amount of data that can pass through a cable. HDMI cable throughput is measured in gigabits per second (Gbps). The number of gigabits that can pass through an HDMI cable in one second is considered the cable's throughput. Throughput is also referred to as cable speed, and the more gigabits that can pass through an HDMI cable, the greater the cable's speed.
When you assemble a home theater system it's important that all of the components, including the cables, share a similar specification. If one piece of your system, such as your television, has a maximum resolution of 720p and your DVD player has a resolution of 1080i, the DVD player will automatically scale down the video to 720p--the most your TV can handle. You're not getting all you can out of your home theater experience.
The same goes for your HDMI cable. If it isn't correctly matched to your system, it won't have enough throughput to handle all of the audio and video signal, causing the system to scale down. For example, instead of getting the billions of colors in a 36-bit Deep Color feature, your system could scale down to lesser 24-bit color if the wrong capacity cable is in place.
Check Out More HDMI Cable Options from Accell
| || Accell High Speed HDMI Audio/Video GreenCable--Available in 3-foot, 6-foot and 10-foot lengths, the GreenCable series delivers high-definition digital signals for excellent overall performance. GreenCables are manufactured to the stringent Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive and California's Proposition 65 standard. Featuring 24K gold-plated connectors and contacts for a solid, corrosion resistant connection, the GreenCable can transfer both uncompressed HD video signals and multi-channel digital audio. The 3-foot and 6-foot cables are HDMI 1.3 compliant to 6.75 Gbps. Due to its extended length, the 10-foot cable is HDMI 1.2 compliant to 4.95 Gbps. Affordably priced, the GreenCable is an excellent value. |
| || Accell UltraAV High Speed HDMI Audio/Video Cable--The UltraAV cable is an ideal entry point for anyone investing in a 1080p home theater system. With a speed rating of 6.75 Gbps, the UltraAV cable supplies enough throughput to optimize your Blu-ray player or PS3 game console. Designed to the latest HDMI 1.3 Specification, it supports up to 1080p resolution, 36-bit Deep Color, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. It's compatible with all HD formats, including 720p and 1080i, and transmits uncompressed digital audio and video signal for the highest quality sound and picture. The UltraAV cable is available in a variety of lengths from 2 to 20 meters. |
| || Accell ProUltra High Speed HDMI 1.3 Audio/Video Cable--With a speed rating of 10.2 Gbps, the ProUltra cable supplies enough throughput to optimize your HDTV, Blu-ray player, HD-DVD player, PS3 game console or home theater components, and is ideal for those who want maximum speed for their home entertainment system. This high speed cable supports all HD resolutions including 1080p/120Hz and the upcoming 1440p resolution, and can handle 36-bit Deep Color, Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. No other HDMI cable provides better performance. The ProUltra cable is available in lengths from 1 meter to 6.5 meters. |
| || Accell UltraAV High Speed HDMI Flat Audio/Video Cable--The UltraAV cable?s flat design delivers clean audio and video signal by reducing instances of crosstalk interference, resulting in superior sound and picture quality. The UltraAv cable supports standard, enhanced and high-definition video up to 1080p, 36-bit Deep Color and HDMI 1.3 High Speed Specification up to 6.75 Gbps. It comes in lengths of 1, 2 and 4 meters. |
| || Accell UltraRun 1.3 High Speed HDMI Audio/Video Cable--Designed to accomodate extra-long cable runs, the UltraRun cable features a miniature signal equalizer and booster that regenerates HDMI signal for long-length transmission without signal loss. This energy efficient cable is powered by the included compact power adapter. Designed to the latest High Speed HDMI 1.3 Category 2 Specification, the UltraRun supports 36-bit Deep Color technology, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio and automatic audio/video Lip Sync capability. It's compatible with all HD formats, including 1080p, and supports an overall bandwidth of up to 6.75 Gbps (225 MHz). It's available in lengths of 32, 49, 65 and 82 feet. |