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Is there a difference between a regular HDMI cable and a 4K HDMI cable?

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With wider viewing angles, higher contrast and better color quality, 4K technology is more popular than ever. Standard HDTVs and monitors cannot display resolutions higher than 1080p. However, high-speed 4K HDMI cables (also known as HDMI 2.0 cables) can support resolutions up to 2160p (3,840 x 2,160), which equates to approximately 8 million pixels.



Adding more pixels creates more detailed images with expanded color space. A 4K HDMI cable has a refresh rate of 60Hz, or 60 frames per second. With more pixels refreshing faster, the 4K HDMI connector has a bandwidth of 18 Gbps. This bit rate transfers data more than three times faster than standard HDMI cables.



The HDMI round cable can be installed on grounded sockets, desktop sockets, and 86 panels, and is widely used in connection ports in cinemas, stages, home audio and video, KTV, automated intelligent equipment, and various weak current engineering facilities.

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