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Maplin HDMI Cable with Locking Screws 0.75m

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About this product

Overview

  • 0.75 metre HDMI (male) to HDMI (male) cable
  • Five year warranty
  • Gold plated connectors with locking screws

Product overview

• 0.75 metre HDMI (male) to HDMI (male) cable
• Five year warranty
• Gold plated connectors with locking screws
• Dual shielded
• Compatible with 3D, 4K 60Hz and HDCP signals

Why use HDMI?
HDMI is a highly versatile cable that combines high definition video and multi-channel audio into one cable. They are commonly used for connecting TVs to satellite/cable boxes, Blu-ray/DVD players and gaming devices,such as Xbox One and PS4 consoles. It’s also used in PC connectivity and mobile devices.

Why choose Maplin cables?
The Maplin range of cables features premium construction and specification, with marketing leading cable technologies. The Maplin cable range features hard wearing cable construction, with colour-coded, compact connectors available for almost any use. All Maplin cables are quality assured, with a 5 year warranty across the range.

Specification

Connectivity

Connector A:

HDMI

Connector B:

HDMI

General

Cable Or Adapter:

Cable

Operating Specifications

Bandwidth:

18Gbps

Construction

Cable Length:

0.75m

Shielded:

Yes

Cable Colour:

Black

Product Specifications

Speed Features:

Ultra-High Speed

4K Compatible:

Yes

HDCP:

Yes

Dolby Supported:

Yes

Audio Return Channel (ARC):

Yes

HDMI Version:

v2.0

Connector Plating:

Gold

I am looking at your hdmi cables with locking screws can you tell me what is the purpose of having locking screws and what you do with it.

Asked by: Mike
This HDMI cable is specially made for use with devices that have a screw-lock function. The screw can be screwed into the lock for an optimal contact and signal transmission. This avoids the cables from falling out when a HDMI splitter is mounted vertical or when long cables are being used.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-03-10
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