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Here are some answers about this product found at Amazon below, I hope they help:
Is this the HDMI version 2.0? That supports 4K resolution support at 60 fps? 20 days ago
Hello Romaniuc, Yes, this cable is 2.0 and supports 4k resolution. Thanks, Mediabridge Customer Support 856-216-8222 support@mediabridgeprod… see more
Here are some answers about this product found at Amazon below, I hope they help:
Is this the HDMI version 2.0? That supports 4K resolution support at 60 fps? 20 days ago
Hello Romaniuc, Yes, this cable is 2.0 and supports 4k resolution. Thanks, Mediabridge Customer Support 856-216-8222 support@mediabridgeproducts.com
19 days ago by Mediabridge Customer Support
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By Felix K. kumi on January 2, 2014
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HDMI cables transfer both audio and video. So if you play a video the sound will come from the TV and if you like even better get a sound system then you will get great results.
I am continously setting a PC mini ITX case connected to my tv to open browser, watch youtube, or downloaded movies from my pc. It gives impre… see more
HDMI cables transfer both audio and video. So if you play a video the sound will come from the TV and if you like even better get a sound system then you will get great results.
I am continously setting a PC mini ITX case connected to my tv to open browser, watch youtube, or downloaded movies from my pc. It gives impressive results. see less

By Scorpion on January 16, 2014
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Hello Ryan,
Only our 50ft HDMI cable is "in-wall rated". However, many of customers in the reviews have used the 25ft & 35ft in the wall.
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Hello Ryan,
Only our 50ft HDMI cable is "in-wall rated". However, many of customers in the reviews have used the 25ft & 35ft in the wall.
Thanks,
Mediabridge Customer Support
856-216-8222
support@mediabridgeproducts.com see less

By Mediabridge Customer Support on June 25, 2014
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I already address this issue before I purchase this cable... (Thanks for your interest in Mediabridge products. No, only our 50ft HDMI cable carries that UL rating. UL's in-wall rating refers to a vertical flame test that gauges how the cable performs in a fire, not how well the cable's HDMI signal performs behind a wa… see more I already address this issue before I purchase this cable... (Thanks for your interest in Mediabridge products. No, only our 50ft HDMI cable carries that UL rating. UL's in-wall rating refers to a vertical flame test that gauges how the cable performs in a fire, not how well the cable's HDMI signal performs behind a wall or if the cable could ever contribute to a fire. A professional installer or inspector may require an in-wall rating so be sure to check with your installer for this requirement prior to purchasing. We have heard feedback from customers who have used our HDMI cables in-wall with no trouble at all, though only our 50 ft HDMI cable carries the Underwriter's Laboratory in-wall rating.) Hope this will help you. see less
By Mhukz on October 2, 2013
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It isn't in wall certified but yes you can. Cl2 and 3 rated cables are for in wall. The difference is in the cable's jacket and shielding. Cl2 and 3 rated cables have to be fire retardent and be non-toxic when burned.
Cl3 rated hdmi cable:
http://www.amazon.com/BlueRigger-High-Speed-Cable-Ethernet/dp/B005KWHJES/ref=pd… see more
It isn't in wall certified but yes you can. Cl2 and 3 rated cables are for in wall. The difference is in the cable's jacket and shielding. Cl2 and 3 rated cables have to be fire retardent and be non-toxic when burned.
Cl3 rated hdmi cable:
http://www.amazon.com/BlueRigger-High-Speed-Cable-Ethernet/dp/B005KWHJES/ref=pd_cp_misc_0
http://www.amazon.com/Aurum-Ultra-Ethernet-Certified-Supports/dp/B00BJ8Q34E/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1386532118&sr=1-2&keywords=cl2+hdmi see less

By zunehdrocks on December 8, 2013
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Hello M. Nichols,
The outer diameter is 7.3mm.
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Hello M. Nichols,
The outer diameter is 7.3mm.
Thanks,
Mediabridge Customer Support
856-216-8222
support@mediabridgeproducts.com see less

By Mediabridge Customer Support on November 22, 2013
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Technically yes. However I think that 35 feet isn't too long of a run, and therefore you probably wouldn't notice any difference between the two. You would want to get the shortest one possible. if you do get a long one and there is left over, try not to coil the leftover tightly together in one spot. I would imagine i… see more Technically yes. However I think that 35 feet isn't too long of a run, and therefore you probably wouldn't notice any difference between the two. You would want to get the shortest one possible. if you do get a long one and there is left over, try not to coil the leftover tightly together in one spot. I would imagine it would take like 200-300 feet or more before you would actually notice any lag, just my guess though on that. see less
By Mike on February 10, 2015
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I have this 25' cable running from a Crossfire graphics card (dual HDMI, but only use one for the TV connection) to a 1080p TV. The video is very clear, but when I try to run a stereo mixer (to get sound out of the TV itself) and my 2.1 speaker system, there is a delay as to when the TV gets the audio signal. It's li… see more I have this 25' cable running from a Crossfire graphics card (dual HDMI, but only use one for the TV connection) to a 1080p TV. The video is very clear, but when I try to run a stereo mixer (to get sound out of the TV itself) and my 2.1 speaker system, there is a delay as to when the TV gets the audio signal. It's like a tenth of a second slower and it makes the sound seem like you're getting an echo in a canyon. I turned off the mixer and just use the 2.1 system. Not what I wanted, but workable. see less
By CP7212 on May 28, 2015
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3/4" maybe a hair wider
By Kindle Customer on December 16, 2015