8K HDMI Cable 2.1 48Gbps 6.6FT/2M, Highwings High-Speed HDMI Braided Cord
- BRAND: Highwings
- CONNECTOR TYPE: HDMI
- COMPATIBLE DEVICES: 4K & 8K Blu-Ray Player, 4K & 8K TV, 4K & 8K Monitore, Sky Q, Xbox, PlayStation5
- CABLE TYPE: HDMI
- COLOR: Grey
- PACKAGE DIMENSIONS: 7.13 x 7.09 x 0.71 inches
- ITEM WEIGHT: 5 ounces
This 8K HDMI Cable employs cutting-edge technology, is compatible with [email protected] and [email protected], accurately processes all signal sources, and clearly displays every particle. Each scene of the video is every frame, with more perfect depth, brightness, clarity, contrast, and wider color spectrum, thanks to 8K HDMI’s unique dynamic HDR and 12 Bit color processing technology.
The HDMI 2.1 version of the Highwings 8K HDMI Cable is compliant. When compared to HDMI 2.0, its transmission speed has increased by a factor of six, from 18 Gbps to 48 Gbps (6 GB/s), thus there will be no more stuck or missing frames when watching the video. Support for eARC allows for more advanced audio signal handling. HDMI 2.0b/2.0a/1.4/1.3/1.2/1.1 versions are also backward compatible. HDMI Cable This HDMI cable is not restricted to [email protected]; it can go beyond 4K to attain ultra-high image quality in the 8K range. It can also provide a super smooth [email protected] image. Its most recent game mode allows variable refresh rates, maximizes the value of the graphics card and CPU, and processes produced images more accurately. When the scene is changed, the refresh rate changes as well, resulting in a smoother and more detailed image.
Classic high-quality materials that have been reinforced This 8K HDMI Cable combines Highwings’ most popular traditional style with a new smart chip to achieve a new level of performance. The aluminum alloy shell’s strength and the tail’s anti-bending design have both been improved to make it more robust. The plug is still constructed of 24K gold-plated material, which transfers impulses with precision. Its life is also substantially extended thanks to the military-grade tensile nylon material.
HOW TO SET UP
How to connect a TV to a computer or other device through HDMI:
- Ensure that both the television and the other gadget are turned on.
- Unplug the power cables for the TV and device from the electrical outlet while they are turned on.
- Remove the HDMI cords from the TV and any other devices.
- Wait 60 seconds before proceeding.
- Connect one end of the HDMI cable to your laptop’s HDMI input.
- Attach the other end of the wire to one of your TV’s HDMI inputs.
- Choose the input that corresponds to where you plugged in the cable using the remote control (HDMI 1, HDMI 2, HDMI 3, etc.).
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why isn’t my TV taking up HDMI signals?
Ensure that the HDMI connection setting on your Android phone or tablet is enabled if you wish to connect it to the TV. Open Settings > Display Entries > HDMI Connection to do so. Enable the HDMI connection if it isn’t already.
- Why isn’t my HDMI cable from my laptop to my TV working?
When HDMI from your laptop to TV fails, one of the likely causes is that your laptop’s display settings are incorrect. Checking your laptop’s display settings is usually a good idea: To check your computer’s display settings, simultaneously hit the Windows logo key and the P key on your keyboard.
- How can I tell if my TV’s HDMI port is operational?
If you’re not sure if your HDMI is defective and causing troubles with your TV, look for the following signs.
Weird Picture display options include hazy, blurry, and glittering images.
There is no or only sporadic display of a picture.
There is no sound or only sporadic noises.
- What is the procedure for enabling HDMI on my laptop?
Choose “Sounds” and the “Playback” tab by right-clicking the “Volume” icon on the Windows taskbar. To switch on the video and audio functionality for the HDMI connection, select “Digital Output Device (HDMI)” and then “Apply.”
- What input should my television be connected to?
All modern gadgets use HDMI, which stands for “High-Definition Media Input.” Both video and audio are transmitted through HDMI connections on your television. Furthermore, most laptops feature HDMI ports, allowing you to connect your PC to your television via an HDMI connection.