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[Prime] Proxima Direct 8K HDMI Cable 2M at $11.95 Delivered @ Profits via Amazon AU


(2M/6.6FT)-8K HDMI 2.1 Copper Cord, Proxima Direct Real HDR HDMI 8K Cable 48Gbps [email protected] [email protected] Support HDCP 3D HDMI UHD Cable for Apple TV, Nintendo Switch, Roku, Xbox, HDTVs, PS4,PS5, Projector

【8K Ultra HD Signal Transmitting】: Proxima Direct 8K HDMI 2.1 Cable, Support Ultra Resolution of 8K 7680*4320, Compatible with HDMI 2.0b/2.01/2.0/1.4/1.3/1.2/1.1, Support [email protected], [email protected], UHD ,HDR. Providing a Ultra HD Video Transmission Experience and 3D Visual Effects.
【Super High Speed Transmission 】: This HDMI 2.1 Copper Cord Cable, High Speed Bandwidth reach to 48Gbps, High-speed transmission without signal loss, HDR 4:4:4 color format.
【Universal & Wide Compatibility】: Application & 7.1: This HDMI Cable 2.1 is Compatible with Apple TV, Nintendo Switch, Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Playstation, PS4 Pro, PS5, Blu-ray player, Projector, etc. Truely support HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby Atmos.
【Plug and Play】: HDMI Copper 2.1 Cable enable to connct from your HDMI Source Device to your 4K or 8K HDMI Display, Enjoy the Ultra High Definition Ultimate Experience of the Big screen, fit for PC Laptop, PS4, Blu-Ray Player, Fire TV etc as Source, HDMI HDTVs, Monitors, Projectors as Display, Plug and Play.
【Easy to use and carry】: This 8K HDMI Cable is No connection direction,You can choose any end to connect your input or display.

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  • +1 vote

    I’m sure most people don’t have 8k TVs yet in here


      Yeah and when mass adoption finally arrives, the HDMI spec would have changed by then.

    • +6 votes

      8K support also means that It will also work for HDMI 2.1 spec stuff such as 4K 120hz which is in current high end tv's/ the latest games consoles.

  • +4 votes

    No, but hdmi 2.1 is useful for things like new consoles that support 120fps etc.


    I bought 3 of these back in Jan.
    Solid cables.