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The SC-Transit High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet is designed to provide a perfect picture and sound transmission both in the field of professional media technology and in home entertainment.

It is particularly suited for laying in cable ducts.

As a special feature Sommer have integrated an Ethernet high speed channel to ensure a network data rate of up to 100 Mbit/s. By using a back channel (audio return channel), sound signals from the DVB tuner can be sent directly from the TV to your home cinema A/V receiver and hence to your loudspeakers.

The cable consists of 5 × 2 × 0.22 mm² + 4 × 0.22 mm² wires (AWG 24) in a rugged PVC sleeve with an overall diameter of 9.8 mm and has a high-quality triple screen made of a wire mesh + AL/PT foil and a shield wire.

It is downward compatible with all former HDMI standards. Compared to the previous HDMI 1.3b standard with a maximum resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels, the SC-Transit HDMI, combined with the HICON HI-HDMI-M HDMI connector, will transmit a maximum resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels at 30 Hz – or 4096 × 2160 pixels at 24 Hz.

In addition to a cable strain relief and a sleeve support, the compliant HICON HDMI metal soldering connector HI-HDMI-M has a large contact face to achieve optimum damping values and low transfer resistances.

With this up-to-date HDMI laying solution you are geared for future generations of Blu-ray players, HD beamers, HD Plasma or HD-(O)-LED-TVs TVs including 3D plus any monitors irrespective of their image refresh rate (100, 200, 600 Hz etc.).

For more information, visit www.sommercable.com.
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