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40ft High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet

Product code: HDMI-40ft-Value-V14

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HDMI® (High Definition Multimedia Interface) combines video and audio into a single digital interface. There’s a lot of misconception out there about HDMI® cables. Retailers and manufacturers will go to great lengths to convince consumers that expensive HDMI® cable will give them the best picture and audio, but what you’re really paying for is fancy packaging and clever marketing terms.

OSD HDMI® cables transmit frequencies up to 10GHZ bps and transmit high quality multi-channel audio data. Our HDMI® cables support all standard and high-definition consumer electronics video fomats and transmit control and status information in both directions. We don’t make any exaggerated claims about our HDMI® cable, but we stand by every inch.


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HDMI® (High Definition Multimedia Interface) combines video and audio into a single digital interface. There’s a lot of misconception out there about HDMI® cables.


5 Questions & 5 Answers
from Vancouver, BC asked:
November 20, 2013
Do these have Ferrite Cores? There is mention of it in the description, nor seen in the pictures.
1 Answer
Greetings, Our HDMI cables do not have ferrite cores. It's not a necessary component for HDMI and does not affect the performance. The five pairs of twisted conductors inside the jacket, four of which feature a ground wire, are what accomplish any noise/interference rejection. Thank you! -BM 2340
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 21, 2013

from idaho asked:
April 23, 2013
can this cable be used to run threw walls/ inwall?... thanks
1 Answer
Hi Michael, OSD Audio HDMI cables (and speaker cable) have a CL3 rating, which means they are rated for in-wall and even commercial applications CL/MA 1823
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 23, 2013

from Green Bay, WI asked:
July 23, 2012
How many GB does this cable deliver per hour?
1 Answer
Hi D, Interesting question as I have not heard of a spec that measures per hour. In order for a cable to be called High Speed with Ethernet, it must measure 10.96 Gbps. All manufacturers are supposed to market their cable as either High Speed HDMI with or without Ethernet or Standard Speed with or without Ethernet. There can be no claim of actual “measured speed” on the cable, packaging or any marketing materials. What does the “Speed Rating” of HDMI® cables actually measure? The speed rating determines a cable’s ability to transfer large amounts of data at certain pre-determined time intervals, usually measured in Gigabits per Second (Gbps). In reality, however, the longer the HDMI cable, the better chance it has of experiencing problems. The good news is that it either works or it doesn't. We have a 30-day performance guarantee where we recommend customers plug the cable into the two components before actually installing the cable in the wall. Hopefully that helps. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 23, 2012

from Green Bay, Wisconsin asked:
July 23, 2012
Will this handle 1080?
1 Answer
Hi: This cable can not be rated High Speed without being able to play 1080P. So yes it will play 1080P. TimL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 23, 2012

Reza Torab
from san diego, ca asked:
December 21, 2011
is this (40 feet high speed hdmi cable with ethernet v1.5) correect wire for connecting my computer to my flat screen tv?
1 Answer
Hi Reza, Any of our HDMI High Speed with Ethernet cables should be able to connect to your computer and flat panel TV (make sure you select the source associated with the input you connect to). The only problem you may encounter is with the longer lengths, usually 50 foot and above is where there may be a conflict between the actual components (TV and computer). At this price, it is well worth trying it out. We have a 30-day guarantee that it will work as advertised. You will find out right away (being digital) whether it will work or not. TLMA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 21, 2011

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