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Tripp Lite P568-025-2A 4K HDMI Cable (M/M) - 4K 60 Hz, HDR, 4:4:4, Gripping Connectors, Black, 25 ft.

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          4K HDMI Cable (M/M) - 4K 60 Hz, HDR, 4:4:4, Gripping Connectors, Black, 25 ft.

          Tripp Lite P568-025-2A 4K HDMI Cable (M/M) - 4K 60 Hz, HDR, 4:4:4, Gripping Connectors, Black, 25 ft.. Cable length: 7.62 m, Connector 1: HDMI Type A (Standard), Connector 1 gender: Male, Connector 2: HDMI Type A (Standard), Connector 2 gender: Male, HDMI version: 2.0a, Product colour: Black

          4K HDMI Cable Connects Home Theater or Digital Signage Audio/Video Components
          This 4K HDMI cable securely connects HDMI-enabled laptops, tablets, PCs, Blu-ray players, game consoles or satellite/cable TV boxes to HDTVs, HD monitors, projectors or home theater receivers. The 25-foot (7.6-meter) length allows you great flexibility in placing your home theater components.
          Enjoy the Clarity of 4K HDMI Video with Multi-Channel Audio, HDR and 4:4:4 Color
          This Tripp Lite 4K HDMI cable provides a pure digital connection that supports Ultra HD video resolutions up to 4K for crystal-clear picture and sound. High Dynamic Range (HDR) provides a wide range of vibrant colors with richer contrast, brighter whites and deeper blacks that pop on your 4K display. It also supports 4:4:4 chroma subsampling for top-level PC gaming or using your HDTV as a PC monitor. The cable is backward compatible with previous HDMI generations, allowing you to use it to connect lower-resolution components.
          Invest in Quality Construction for Reliable Performance
          High-quality materials ensure outstanding performance throughout the cable’s lifetime. Contacts and connectors are gold-plated to resist corrosion. Double shielding reduces line noise (EMI/RFI) that can disrupt signals traveling through the HDMI cord.

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