Sure, many high-speed HDMI cables can handle 4K/60 content. But can they hack it at that resolution for distances greater than 15 feet?
FIBBR, a division of YOFC, a China-based glass fiber manufacturer that’s apparently the world’s largest, is showing its UltraPro HDMI cable at CEDIA. The active optical cable (AOC) is certified by both the Imaging Science Foundation and Simplay Labs to deliver dropout-free 18Gbps data transmissions at distances up to 50 meters. How do they manage it? Along with using glass fiber for its cables, the company manufactures its own HDMI chipsets, which are embedded in the connector casings at either end. Not only is FIBBR’s cable reliable, it’s lightweight and flexible, which helps to maintain the integrity of installations by easing stress on connection points.
The UltraPro HDMI cable is available now at prices ranging from $229 (10 meters) to $629 (50 meters).
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