NTW 35' High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet

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NTW 35' High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet
Key Features
  • Flexible Construction
  • Durable 26 AWG Conductors
  • 1080p Full HD Signal Transmission
  • Ethernet Channel
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The 35' NTW High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet is a high performance cable ideal for HDTV, DVD/Blu-ray players and cable and satellite boxes. This cable supports 3D video up to 1080p.
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NTW NHDMI4 Overview

The 35' NTW High-Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet is a high performance cable ideal for HDTV, DVD/Blu-ray players and cable and satellite boxes. This cable supports 3D video up to 1080p.

HDMI Ethernet Channel technology consolidates video, audio, and data streams into a single HDMI cable, combining the signal quality and convenience of HDMI connectivity with the power and flexibility of home entertainment networking.

Flexible construction for easy installation
Durable 26 AWG conductors
1080p Full HD signal transmission
3D support up to 1080p
HDCP compliant
UPC: 678138181597

NTW NHDMI4 Specs

General
Connector 11 x HDMI Male
Connector 21 x HDMI Male
Cable Length35' / 10.67 m
HDMI Version1.4
Electrical
Maximum Resolution Support1920 x 1080
Bandwidth10.2 Gbps
Wire Gauge26 AWG
ComplianceHDCP
RatingCL2
Environmental
CertificationsCL2, Plenum, as per Manufacturer
Warranty LengthLimited Lifetime Warranty
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.85 x 7.75 x 2.35"
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Yes you can. 1080p @30 you good
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yes, up to 50ft is pretty reliable for HDMI....75ft maxing it out on your own risk
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Is this a mini HDMI?
Asked by: Anonymous
No. It is standard HDMI.
Answered by: DAHONG G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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cutting the hdmi cable you will find multiple cables how are they connected or which ones are for the video signal? thanks a lot.
Asked by: Anonymous
Please contact NTW for the proper wiring schematic:NTWTel: (888) 689-8080Email: [email protected]<a href= http://ntwgroup.net target= _blank >ntwgroup.net</a>Website: <a href= http://www.ntwgroup.net/ target= _blank >http://www.ntwgroup.net/</a>
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What AWG is this? Also would it suit a laptop to a LED TV?
Asked by: Chidamber P.
AWG is not specified on package or cable. Wording on cabe is: High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet E252840. Package says 4K HDMI Interface, 3D, Full HD. The cable itself is medium weight, maybe on the thin side (not extremely thin, though). I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work just fine to hook up a laptop to a TV.
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Is this suitable for Ultra HD TVs? As it says 1080p signal transmission. and does it need to be amplified over this distance?
Asked by: Dale S.
If you mean 4K TV then i doubt it. A short 10.2 Gbps cable (HDMI 1.4) will allow 30fps at 4k but not 60fps.If you mean 1080 HD then yes it will carry it the 50'.For 4K you would need to use an HDMI fiber cable to go that far, they need power but come with the power supply. Full resolution and frame rate for 4k needs about 14Gbps, so you would need an HDMI 2.0 cable which I believe will handle up to 18Gbps.
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