Kanex High-Speed HDMI Cable (White, 12')

Kanex High-Speed HDMI Cable (White, 12')

Kanex High-Speed HDMI Cable (White, 12')

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Kanex KHDCMM Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Key Features
  • 3Cinema quality at home
  • 4Premium materials
  • 5One cable, endless possibilities

Kanex HDMI cable lets you connect your Apple TV, Mac mini or other HDMI device to an HDTV. This single cable solution supports Full HD 1080P, 4K Ultra HD, multi-channel digital audio and 3D for a truly interactive entertainment experience. Get stunning picture and sound right from home.

Key Features

  • Cinema quality at home
  • Premium materials
  • One cable, endless possibilities

Cinema quality at home

Everything looks better with Kanex HDMI Cables, simply connect to your HDTV and watch your favorite movies and TV shows from home. The cables are HDMI compliant to support 1080p and up to 4K resolutions.

Premium materials

Kanex HDMI cables are made only with premium-quality materials. The TPE material provides flexibility and durability so it bends and folds easily - no matter where your HDTV is set up. The durable plastic housing was built for easy grip while the connectors plug in easily. Whether you're plugging in and out everyday or using it as a permanent hook - up, Kanex HDMI cables offer reliability to your devices.

One cable, endless possibilities

Easily switch between your Apple TV, Xbox One, Playstation 4, or other HDMI devices without the need to optimize your display settings. Audio Return Channel eliminates the need for a separate audio cable reducing clutter.
UPC: 814556017371

Kanex KHDCMM Specs

Cable TypeHDMI with Ethernet cable
Jacket MaterialThermoplastic elastomer (TPE)
Length13 ft
FeaturesHDMI Ethernet Channel (HEC), HDCP compliant
CONNECTOR19 pin HDMI Type A - male
Connector (Second End)19 pin HDMI Type A - male
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - parts and labor - 1 year
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