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Monster Ultra High-Speed 8K Cobalt HDMI 2.1 4ft Ca

  • ULTRA HIGH-SPEED DATA TRANSFER:
    Our 8K HDMI 2.1 cable delivers one of the fastest data transfer rates at 48 Gbps; This means it can support up to 10K resolutions with lossless digital audio for the ultimate viewing and audio experience
  • CRISP DYNAMIC HDR IMAGES:
    Monster's high-speed HDMI cables support Dynamic HDR for videos with greater detail, depth, brightness, contrast, and wider color range
  • CRYSTAL CLEAR SOUND QUALITY:
    Features Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) for simplified connectivity and support for the most advanced audio formats; our cobalt HDMI cable supports uncompressed and lossless multichannel audio for superior sound quality
  • PRECISION TECHNOLOGY:
    Our HDMI 2.1 compatible cables support fixed rate link (FRL) technology which allows for uncompressed resolutions at high frame rates; enjoy 4K at 120Hz, 8K at 60Hz, and right up to 10K resolution for commercial and industrial applications
  • UNIVERSALLY COMPATIBLE:
    Can be used with all HDMI devices and backward compatible with older HDMI standards; Connect to your HDTVs, laptops, Blue-ray Disc player, gaming devices, cable, satellite, and more

Transform your viewing, gaming, and listening experience with Monster's High-Speed 8K HDMI Cable.

This high definition multimedia HDMI cable has been independently verified to provide up to 48 Gbps data transfer rates. It is capable of delivering a frame rate of up to 120HZ, along with 12 Bit Color, which translates to fluid, realistic images with greater perceived depth and no lag. It also supports Dynamic HDR for brighter whites and amazing color saturation. And with the Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), our 8K HDMI cable can support all home theater audio formats and streaming video services with advanced audio technology such as 7.1 Dolby DTS-HD for uncompressed surround-sound quality.

Use it to connect your UltraHD TV, cable box, AV receiver, media player, XBOX game console, soundbar, Blu-ray Disc player, and your laptop and discover how UltraHD is meant to be seen.


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