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20ft Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet

Product code: HDMI-20FT-V14

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Features & Specifications

HDMI cable brings HDTV to an eye-popping level of clarity and gaming will feel like you're in the middle of the map! The highest sources for audio and video like LCD monitors, LED TVs and Blu Ray players deserve the highest quality cable. High Definition Multimedia Interface is an uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface and the difference is dramatic the second you plug it in. HDMI® provides an interface between audio/video sources, such as a set-top box, DVD player, and A/V receiver and/or HDTV screen. OSD Audio HDMI® cable supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements.

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High Definition Multimedia Interface The first industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface. HDMI® provides an interface between any audio/video source, such as a set-top box, DVD player, and A/V receiver and an audio and/or video monitor, such as a digital television (DTV). HDMI® supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

4 Questions & 4 Answers
Bill Tubbs
from Saint JOhns Fl asked:
December 15, 2011
What is Ethernet V1.4 ? Purchased HDMI cables from you 12/14
1 Answers
Hi Bill, Take a look at the print on the jacket of the cable. It should say High Speed with Ethernet. That is telling you that you have the latest, most up to date cable available on the market. "With Ethernet" was a feature that was added when both the latest version (V1.4) and testing specifications were released in November of 2009. The cable design added a fifth pair of twisted cables dedicated for two way audio communications. It was supposed to allow internet connection with all your system components through the HDMI cable thus eliminating the need to connect all the components directly to a router with Cat 5 network cables. Instead you would hard-wire only one component to the router and then let the HDMI do all the internet connections with all other components. The problem was the hardware manufacturers including the Flat panel TVs, Blue Ray /DVD players and Game unit companies never offered this feature. This would only work if all manufacturers adopted the concept. To date no manufacturer has offered this feature in any of their components. You can read more about this outdated feature and others that are actually being utilized with the new spec like ARC 3D and 4K at: https://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_1_4/ One more Note: The Etherent ready cables are 100% backwards comaptible with HDMI connection. Thank you for purchasing from OSD TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on December 16, 2011

Scott
from Minn. asked:
April 15, 2012
I was advised to look for three things in my search for an HDMI cable, (1), 1.3, (2). Type A, 19 pins,and (3). catagory 2. The only thing out of those I see is 1.4 which I was told I don't need for my set up. What are these cables, 20ft High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet V1.4 ?
1 Answers
Hi Scott: You were advised correctly it is that as of June 2009 HDMI created a new specification to allow for new technology. So 1) 1.3 became version 1.4 and 2) refers to the size of the connector A being the standardsize which accounts for 95% of all HDMI connections. They also have C type or mini for connecting a SLR camera that records videos in 1080P. This would be an adaptor cable that has an A type at one end to plug into a TV and the C type to connect to the SLR. Then there is now a Type D or Micro that was introduced with the new Version 1.4. This will be the new connection for Smartphones and Tablets moving forward. This will be an adpaotor cable as well with one end being the A type to the TV/Monitor and the D or micro to the Smartphone or tablet that features the Micro connector. And 3) category rating has been replaced by Standard Speed or category 1; 4.95 gbs or High Speed HDMI cable or category 2 at 10.95 gbs. But don't take my word for it check out HDMI.org for the latest information. I will let them explain "with Ethernet" and Audio Return Channel mean. The bottom line the cable you were inquiring about is the latest version available and is 100% backwards compatable with any format. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on April 16, 2012

Jeff
from WI asked:
February 6, 2012
Is gold the best connector finish? Does it matter wht AWG wire is used on the cable 28 gauge vs 22 gauge?
1 Answers
Hi Jeff: Gold is the most cost effective conductor. The larger gauges are more effective in the longer runs. It is important as you get beyond 40 feet to have 26 or 24 gauge. I am not sure there is a 22 gauge cable since all conductors need to be terminated in the same size connector. And that is 19 conductor for the Etherenet ready version for 3 foot to 100 foot and beyond. A 22 gauge cable would also have to be double the size in diameter and not real easy to work with. At 20 feet you will not notice a dramatic difference between 28, 26 or 24 gauge. Even now most companies are promoting an active circuit in their 50 foot and longer HDMI cables on top of the larger gauges. TL
Customer Service - Q&A
on February 6, 2012

Paul Scheie
from BILLINGS, MT asked:
December 31, 2011
Do your cables have gold plated connections?
1 Answers
Hi Paul: Yes these feature gold plated connectors with a true metal housing. They also feature an aluminum foil shield around the internal conectorTL
Customer Service - Q&A
on January 3, 2012

Product Reviews

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83% Recommend this product (5 of 6 responses)
By Wayne
Mt. Pleasant, SC
October 19, 2013
Great Value
Great buy for the price. I was suspicious of the quality due to the low price but I am very satisfied with this product.
By Allen
Birmingham, MI
July 28, 2013
A+++++
Great quality as advertized, fast shipping...
By Dan
Baldwin Wi
March 22, 2013
audio vidio cables
I use these cables to connect from computer to tv to watch on line tv. These things were supper buy. I was impressed with how fast I revived the cables, no need to pay extra for express shipping I got mine in two days. The quality is outstanding!
ProsThe fact that they are as decribed
By DANNY MAC
NJ
January 28, 2012
HDMI TO VGI PORT
I am trying to connect my computer to my smart tv buy comeing out of my vgi port of my computer and into my hdmi port of my smart tv and its not working not sure why if anybody can help feel free to comment thanks
ProsRugged, Good Length
Best UsesHome Theater
By T.Z.
Easton,CT
January 20, 2012
Good Stuff!
I had to wire my new hi-def tv through the walls and you guys have all the lengths you can't find other places....at great prices.
ProsGood Length, Versatile, Consistent Performance, Rugged
Best UsesHome Theater
By Anonymous
Undisclosed
November 24, 2010
Great buying experience. ...
Great buying experience. Product was out of stock, but they provided a great substitute at no charge. Fast, easy, reliable.