- Brand Name: AmazonBasics
- Model Number: HL-007307
- Left Connector Type: HDMI A
- Left Connector Gender: Male
- Right Connector Type: HDMI A
AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable - 6 Feet (2-Pack) (Latest Standard)
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- HDMI A Male to A Male Cable: Supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video and Audio Return Channel (ARC)
- Connects Blu-ray players, Fire TV, Apple TV, PS4, PS3, XBox one, Xbox 360, computers and other HDMI-enabled devices to TVs, displays, A/V receivers and more
- Cable allows you to share an Internet connection among multiple devices without the need for a separate Ethernet cable
- Meets the latest HDMI standards (4K Video at 60 Hz, 2160p, 48 bit/px color depth) that supports bandwidth up to 18Gbps and backwards compatible with earlier versions
- Cable Length: 6 feet (1.8 meters) - 2 units; Backed by AmazonBasics Lifetime warranty
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AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable (Latest Standard)
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) has become the norm for HD digital devices. It combines audio and video into one convenient cable. The AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable quickly connects a wide range of HDMI devices. Use it to connect a small mobile, home-entertainment, or gaming device to a big-screen HDTV, large projector, or computer monitor, for example. With the AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable, enjoy reliable performance and superior playback.
6 Feet (1.83 Meters)
- Connects Blu-ray players, Apple TV, PS4, PS3, XBox one, Xbox 360, computers, and other HDMI-enabled devices to TVs, displays, A/V receivers, and more
- Supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video and Audio Return Channel (ARC)
- Backed by an AmazonBasics Lifetime warranty
High-Quality Picture, Sound, and Ethernet in 1 Cable
Delivering clear, vibrant video, the AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet meets the latest standards, which means it considerably expands bandwidth up to 18 Gbps, offers 4K@50/60 (2160p) video resolution (four times more clarity than 1080p/60), and supports the wide-angle theatrical 21:9 video aspect ratio.
The cable also offers dynamic synchronization of video and audio stream: it can deliver two video streams (dual view) simultaneously and up to four audio streams simultaneously. Even more, the HDMI cable supports up to 32 audio channels and up to 1536 kHz total audio. CEC extensions provide increased command of your electronic devices through a single control point.
The versatile cable’s built-in Ethernet allows for sharing an Internet connection among multiple devices—no need for separate Ethernet cables. Enjoy HD video and digital audio combined into one cable with the Ethernet-ready High-Speed HDMI Cable from AmazonBasics.
Gold-Plated Connectors for Superior Conductivity
The AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable’s gold-plated, corrosion-resistant connectors (A Male to A Male) deliver optimal signal transfer with lower distortion at the point of contact. This dedication to the digital signal provides sound and picture quality that is truer to the original. The HDMI cable also comes with a durable, black, PVC outer layer and shielding, which protects against outside interference, helping to maintain the integrity and purity of the digital signal.
Backwards Compatible with Previous HDMI Standards
Because it’s backwards compatible with all previous HDMI standards, the HDMI cable can be used with all HDMI devices. When you connect two devices with different HDMI standards, they will automatically find the best available connection.
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-AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Cable - 6 Feet (2-Pack) (Latest Standard)
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Top Customer Reviews
HDMI cables come in four types: Standard-speed --> Standard-speed with Ethernet --> High-speed --> High-speed with Ethernet. Since High-speed cables are so cheap (e.g these AmazonBasics cables), there really isn't any point of getting Standard-speed anymore. On the other hand, as most HDMI devices today can't receive Ethernet over HDMI, High-speed HDMI cables are really all you need.
** Some numbers **
Standard-speed HDMI cables are rated up to 1080i ("i" stands for interlaced). In order for a HDMI cable to have a "High-speed" moniker, it must be capable of showing resolutions up to 4K --> 3840 x 2160 at 30fps (or 4,096 x 2160 at 24fps). And as the highest resolution any 4K TV currently on the market can produce is 3840 x 2160 at 30fps, even if you found a $100 cable at your local BestBuy that claims it can transmit much more than that, it doesn't matter as you are limited by your source (i.e your cable box, Xbox, PS4 e.t.c) and your TV's hardware capabilities.
Also HDMI cables can either produce an image/sound or nothing at all. There is NO in between. Therefore, a HDMI cable will either work or won't work (it may show a flashing image but this means it's a bad cable). But a more expensive HDMI cable will NOT show darker blacks and sharper colors than a less expensive HDMI cable. You either get 100% of the signal or no signal at all. Now if you intend on running your HDMI cable for more than 50ft, then you might want to invest in a HDMI cable that has "active" chips that help maintain the signal quality over a longer distance (but does NOT make the image/sound any better than the source).
** What about HDMI 1.4 or 2.0 or HDCP 2.2? **
This is another common misconception due to manufacturer marketing. HDMI 1.4, 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 are all hardware changes that do NOT require a cable change! Although there is a difference between them (you can google that yourself), there is no such thing as a HDMI 1.4 or 2.0 or HDCP 2.2 cable! The version numbers refer to the devices that the HDMI cable connects into & NOT the cable itself. The cable simply is a pipeline linking the two. Hence, if you do happen to own a TV and another device that both have HDMI 2.0 ports, any AmazonBasics High-speed rated cable will work perfectly fine with it.
** Conclusion **
At this price point, there is very little reason to spend more money on more expensive HDMI cables over these AmazonBasics High-speed cables. If you have a 3D, 4K, HDCP 2.2 or HDMI-ARC compatible device, these High-speed cables will work perfectly fine for you.
Using this cable on a Samsung KS8500, I can confirm that this cable supports:
UHD 4K HDR Content
4K 30Hz 4:4:4
4K 60Hz 4:4:4
I am attaching a picture of the chroma test as well. The bottom two lines are perfectly visible using this cable.
Thinking of ordering 4-5 more just to have Laying around for backup.
The quality of the cable is high and the price is great.
My old cable is currently wrapped around the throat of a Bestbuy manager who tried to sel me on why I need $50 versions of this cable
(Photo from left: 15ft AmazonBasics w/Ethernet, 6ft w/Redmere, 10ft w/Ethernet, 10ft VGA)
I removed the AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI cable and replaced it with a non-AmazonBasics cable from the previous standard. I have not had an issue since with the ARC feature. [Edit: See Below.] The other AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI cable is still hooked up from my receiver to my PS4, and I have no problems using the HDMI Link between my TV through the receiver and to the PS4. This cable works great, unless you want to use the ARC feature to return audio from your TV to your receiver.
Edit: Several days after writing my initial review, I had the problem reoccur once with the non-Amazon Basics cable. The problem lasted about 36 hours and resolved itself automatically. In about 3 weeks, it has not reoccurred since this one time. Due to this, I have changed my review from 3-star to 4-star, as the problem occurred very frequently with the AmazonBasics cable, but not exclusively with the AmazonBasics cable.