Belkin UltraHD 4K/8K HDMI Cable (2m)
This HDMI cable provides the ultimate 4K HDR viewing experience for connecting your Apple TV 4K to your TV or A/V receiver.* It is Dolby Vision HDR compatible and supports up to 7680-by-4320 resolution* and bandwidth up to 48 Gbps.
Dolby Vision™ compatible
Supports up to 7680x4320 resolution
Bandwidth up to 48 Gbps
What’s in the Box
Belkin UltraHD 4K/8K HDMI Cable
Length: 2 metres/6.5 feet
Mfr. Part Number: AV10175ds2M-BLK
UPC or EAN No.: 745883741472
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Warranty: Five-year limited
* Apple TV 4K only supports 4K resolution—up to 4096 by 2160. Not all content is available in 4K or 8K HDR. 4K resolution requires 4K-capable TV. 8K resolution requires 8K-capable TV. Playback quality will depend on hardware and Internet connection.
Answers from the community
What HDMI Cable can you buy to put your MacBook Pro to a normal TV such as a Samsung?
- Asked by Geraldine R from Carshalton
- on Jan. 12, 2018
All and any HDMI cables that are up to the HDMI 2.0 specs (95% of HDMI cables you will see) you may All and any HDMI cables that are up to the HDMI 2.0 specs (95% of HDMI cables you will see) you may need a adaptor depending on the model of you mac.
- Answered by Tiaki H from Auckland
- on Jul. 26, 2018
What HDMI Cable do I purchase for a MAC Book Pro -MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015)
- Asked by Jill P from Coochiemudlo Island
- on Sep. 4, 2018
With a Thunderbolt 2-HDMI 2.0 adapter, that MacBook Pro could utilize the capabilities of a 18 Gbps With a Thunderbolt 2-HDMI 2.0 adapter, that MacBook Pro could utilize the capabilities of a 18 Gbps ‘Premium High Speed’ cable.
The dedicated HDMI port is HDMI 1.4, which wouldn’t benefit from more than 10 Gbps ‘High Speed’ cable.
- Answered by Alan D
- on Apr. 11, 2019
Will this run @60Hz with my external 4K monitor?
- Asked by Oleksandr R from Millbrae
- on Mar. 24, 2019
Is this lead hdcp 2.2 compatible? I have a Panasonic TX 50 EX 700B and a apple 4k to hook up. thanks
- Asked by John C from Baldoyle
- on Aug. 10, 2018