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6ft High-quality Coaxial Audio/Video RCA CL2 Rated Cable - RG6/U 75ohm (for S/PDIF, Digital Coax, Subwoofer & Compos...
Cabernet Ultra CL2 Active Standard HDMI Cable, 100ft
The Cabernet series of Active High Speed HDMI Cables is designed to meet the demanding needs of home theater installers and contractors. The CL2 fire safety rating means that these cables can be safely routed through the walls, while the attractive zinc-alloy connectors offer a simple elegance and beauty to the exterior portions of your installation. Rated for 18Gbps for lengths up to 50 feet, these cables are certified to accurately transmit all of the features supported in the latest HDMI specification. With Monoprice's Lifetime Warranty on all cables, you can rest assured that we stand behind you, our cables, and your clients.
Cabernet Ultra CL2 High Speed HDMI® Cable, up to 100 feet
✚ Home Theaters ✚ High Definition Video Conference Systems ✚ High Definition Video Surveillance Systems
Cabernet Ultra CL2 High Speed HDMI® Cable Drawing:
Comparison between Cabernet Ultra CL2 HDMI Cable,
|Transmission Medium||Multi-mode Fiber||Tin Plated Copper||Tin Plated Copper|
|Maximum Length||330 feet||100 feet||100 feet|
|Weight||4.4 lbs.||7.2 lbs.||11.9 lbs.|
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PROS: performs as expected
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6 months ago
PROS: Good quality. Fast cable. Reliable
CONS: None so far!
of this 100ft cable.
PROS: Great picture quality, cable isn't stiff
PROS: It works and is much more inexpensive than having to add a repeater or converter to cover the distance.
CONS: None that I can see other than the cable is a bit stiffer and larger in diameter than the typical HDMI cable. The plugs are also bit larger too. I would be worried about hanging to much of it on the socket without doing something to take the strain off the plug.