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The listing specifically says "up to 1080p" but CNet says HDMI cables can support the higher resolutions: http://www.cnet.com/news/4k-hdmi-cables-are-nonsense/
Both my Blu-Ray player and my Verizon FIOS cable box have HDMI ports in the back. Will this HDMI cable let me watch movies on my Blu-Ray player? Dec 6, 2013
I would think it would work just fine -not 100% sure though. It's worked from every output I've tried so far (but I don't have a blu-ray player only a regular dvd player -not that it should make a difference.) also I've never used a verizon fios cable box either. As long as you aren't trying to run the blu-ray into the cable box -but rather both individually out and into the tv it should work normally.
I have an HP Envy All in one with an HDMI port.. I want to connect 2 monitors. Will this cable support an HDMI monitor? Dec 8, 2013
The cable will support any hdmi set up that is rated at or below it's configuration. ie, 1.2,1.3, 3D etc.. Your dual monitor capability rests with your video card and the available video outputs from the computer connections.
Does anyone know if this cable works with AOC TVs? I own an envision series LCD, L32W961 Apr 23, 2015
If there is an HDMI port, I would think it should work just fine.
It should. HDMI cables are a standard sized port. If your BluRay player has an HDMI port, this will fit.
I just bought a Samsung UN24H4000 and a Roku 2710R will these cables be compatible with these devices Mar 30, 2015
It is a basic HDMI to HDMI connection. As long as that is what you need then it should be fine. It is not device specific.
I guess if your DVR has wifi? As far as I know you have to have wifi to make Netflix work. That's how I got it. I connected my blu-Ray DVD player that has wifi to my flat screen. Both have an HDMI Port. Not sure if that is helpful.