Commercial Series Premium Standard HDMI® Cable with Ethernet, 35ft Black
    Product # 6055
    Commercial Series Premium Standard HDMI® Cable with Ethernet, 35ft Black
    Product # 6055
    $29.65
    Length : 35ft
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    Color : Black
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    Out of Stock ETA: 9/19/2016

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    Commercial Series Premium Standard HDMI® Cable with Ethernet, 35ft Black

    Safely distribute Standard HDMI® signals through the walls of residential class buildings using this Commercial Series Premium Standard Cable with Ethernet from Monoprice!

    This Standard HDMI Cable supports the following general features:

    • 4.95Gbps data throughput
    • CL2 in-wall fire safety rating
    • 24AWG copper conductors
    • Gold plated connectors

    It supports the following HDMI features:

    • 720p/1080i resolution at 60Hz
    • HDMI Ethernet Channel
    • Audio Return Channel
    • Deep Color up to 16-bits per channel
    • x.v.Color™
    • High Definition Audio, including SA-CD, DVD-Audio, DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Dolby TrueHD™

    TIP: It is a good idea to test cables and connections before installing them inside a wall. If there are any issues or problems, we can help you resolve them before you spend the time, effort, and expense of installing them inside the walls.



    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    x.v.Color is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

    DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

    Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

    548 Reviews

    96.42% of the reviewers recommend this product

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      1
    • sfhub,
    •  CA 
    • 2/4/2006 6:08:39 PM

    I recently had the opportunity to test Monoprice HDMI cables with equipment
    running at 1080p 60Hz with HDCP 148.5MHz The results were very positive.

    Please note that success at 1080p depends on a lot of factors including quality
    of TMDS transmitters, receivers, and anything you might have connected to the
    cables like HDMI switches, repeaters, HDMI>DVD adapters, etc., therefore these
    test results should be taken as a data point and not as a guarantee the cables
    will be problem free @ 1080p with your specific equipment.

    For example, during initial testing I had discovered through process of elimination
    that one of the HDMI>DVI adapters I was using could not reliably pass 1080p. At
    first I thought the cables were the issue, but after switching out the adapters, the
    cables worked great.

    Also please note, even though some of these cables are listed as only 1080i certified,
    they did nevertheless pass 1080p without issues for the equipment combination I used.
    See this post for what was tested at the factory:
    http://www.avsforum.com/avsvb/show...4&&#post6953664

    The process of listing a cable as passing visual inspection involved looking at black
    screen for 30 seconds to detect sparkles, then watching video for 1 minute to detect
    additional artifacts.

    Sharp LC45GX6U is a 1920x1080 LCD display which accepts 1080p and 1080p/hdcp when
    devices are connected directly to the panel, bypassing the external video processor.

    Hope you find this information useful.

    ====

    Test cables FC=FerriteCore N=Netjacket:
    0 02029 HDMI>DVI FM converter

    1 02526 HDMI MM 28AWG FC 3ft
    2 02412 HDMI MM 28AWG FC 6ft
    3 02504 HDMI MM 28AWG FC 10ft
    4 02529 HDMI MM 28AWG FC 15ft

    5 02283 HDMI MM 24AWG FC/N 3ft
    6 02219 HDMI MM 24AWG FC/N 6ft
    7 02281 HDMI MM 24AWG FC/N 10ft
    8 02282 HDMI MM 24AWG FC/N 15ft

    9 02109 HDMI MM 24AWG 25ft
    10 02742 HDMI MM 24AWG 33ft actual 35ft
    11 02110 HDMI MM 24AWG FC 50ft

    12 02678 HDMI MM 22AWG 50ft

    ====

    Scenario 1
    Sharp AVC 1080p/HDCP == DVI>HDMI == Monoprice HDMI cable == HDMI>DVI == Sharp LC45GX6U Panel

    all tests performed using 2 x HDMI>DVI adapter and listed HDMI cable
    this test is for 1080p/HDCP only, not 720p, not 1080i, not 1080p/sansHDCP

    1 3ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    2 6ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    3 10ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    4 15ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    5 3ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    6 6ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    7 10ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    8 15ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    9 25ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    10 35ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    11 50ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    12 50ft 22AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    ====

    Scenario 2
    PNY Verto 6600GT 1080p == DVI>HDMI == Monoprice HDMI cable == HDMI>DVI == Sharp LC45GX6U Panel

    all tests performed using 2 x HDMI>DVI adapter and listed HDMI cable
    this test is for 1080p only, not 720p, not 1080i, not 1080p/hdcp

    1 3ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    2 6ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    3 10ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    4 15ft 28AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    5 3ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    6 6ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    7 10ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    8 15ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    9 25ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    10 35ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection
    11 50ft 24AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    12 50ft 22AWG no sparkle, passed visual picture inspection

    Note:
    nVidia driver 82.12
    Testing using bottom DVI port

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    Great!

    • Ken Warren,
    •  Hendersonville, NC 
    • 6/30/2016 10:25:41 AM

    Great product and fast shipping.

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    HDMI Cables

    • psquyres,
    •  Tyler, TX 
    • 5/19/2016 7:46:20 PM

    Pros: Very good value. You don't want to buy these at the box store!

    Cons: None known

    I've used these mostly for projectors and never had any problems.

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    Excellent product

    • Anonymous,
    •  Irvine, CA 
    • 5/18/2016 4:46:41 PM

    Good price and works well. I installed a TV in my patio and ran the wire from the Satellite receiver in the house to the TV.

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    Good Product but be advised this cable is thick

    • Dan,
    •  Pittsfield, MA 
    • 11/30/2015 9:27:33 AM

    Pros: Well made cable, works perfectly. Easy ordering, fast shipping.

    Cons: Cable is heavy and stiff.

    The cable is very well made and is just as advertise. However, I didn't read the description carefully enough, I didn't fully understand the thickness of the wire. It is much thicker than average and is very stiff. It is a great product for long distance runs and for situations that need a heavy duty HDMI cable. However, I am using it to attach my monitor to a regular PC and I find that the sheer weight of the cable exerts stress on my PC's HDMI port. I had to tie the cable up to a nearby piece of the desk to relieve some of the pressure. Also the end of the cable would not fit through the remaining space in my conduit, whereas the thinner cable would have. If you need a heavy duty cable, by all means buy this one, but if this is just a run-of-the-mill HDMI connection, consider getting one of the thinner cables.

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    50 Foot HDMI CABLE

    • Anonymous,
    •  Gadsden, AL 
    • 10/26/2015 6:51:36 AM

    Pros: Extra Heavy duty

    This HDMI Cable was perfect for out tailgate this past weekend..... Good and heavy duty for outdoor use!!

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