This product was added to our catalog on Friday 27 November, 2015.
QED NEW REFERENCE HDMI 1.5MT
Our Price: €100,00
THE NEW REFERENCE HDMI DELIVERS UNRIVALLED VIDEO AND AUDIO PERFORMANCE IN A NEW DESIGN AND UPGRADED FLEXIBLE CORDAGE!
Reference HDMI represents the pinnacle of achievement for QED HDMI cables benefiting from the application of design secrets uncovered by our state-of the-art HDMI test suite. Using QED's unique Band Pass FilterTM technology, Reference HDMI delivers high speed digital signals with ultra low jitter for the most accurate timing of picture data available.
It supports Deep Colour, 3D and 4K whilst greatly exceeding the requirements of the latest HDMI 2.0 specification. Here at QED we are so proud of the level of quality and performance achieved by our cables that we offer a lifetime guarantee against manufacturing defects.
HDMI High Speed with Ethernet
HDMI HIGH SPEED WITH ETHERNET
Applies to any HDMI cable that has been tested at an authorised test centre and has been found to pass the eye mask test at a combined data rate of 10.2Gb/s 340Mhz pixel clock. The cable must also have passed testing of the CEC and DDC connectivity and be compliant with HDMI Ethernet and Audio Return Channel test procedure.
3D & 4K Compatible
3D & 4K COMPATIBLE
3D = compatible with 3D TVs; cable has a minimum bit rate of 4.45 Gb/s
1080p Full HD = a video resolution with a bit rate of 4.45 Gb/s
4K = Highest native video resolution offered by HDMI 1.4b; 4096◊2160p24 36 bit/px = bit rate 8.03 Gb/s
High Speed with Ethernet = 10.2Gb/s so any High Speed Cable supports all these resolutions
Band Pass Filterô Technology
BAND PASS FILTERô TECHNOLOGY
Incorporates electronics to apply a passive equalization network designed to improve the High Speed jitter performance of the cable. The signal is filtered to remove unwanted components of the signal above and below the required frequency band. Used to convert a low jitter cordage to an ultra low jitter one.
Ultra Low Jitter
ULTRA LOW JITTER
Jitter is the undesired deviation from true periodicity of an assumed periodic signal in electronics and telecommunications, often in relation to a reference clock source. A cable displaying ultra low jitter has been measured at