Lindy Electronics debuts Fibre Optic Hybrid HDMI cable range, in lengths from 20m to 150m

posted on Tuesday, 18th July 2017 by Steve May

HDMI  4K  Fibre optics 

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Connection specialist Lindy Electronics has released a 50m 4K Fibre Optic HDMI hybrid cable, able to deliver UHD over extended distances. By combining the advantages of a fibre optic core with slimline copper cabling, the new interconnect is able to dramatically extend the reach of source to display signal distribution

Standard copper-only cables limit the distance of digital signals, however this HDMI Hybrid cable utilises H-PCD (Hard-Polymer Clad Fibre) glass fibres for long distance, high resolution transmission. Lindy suggests it’s ideal for both residential and commercial use.

Naturally, the cable supports all AV signal types, from 3D 1080p to 4K resolutions, and multichannel Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio. The jacket diameter is 5 x 3mm, and is made from Low Smoke Zero Halogen PE & EVA.

The AV accessory company offers a range of hybrid cable lengths: 20m (£which retails for £210), 30m (£230), 40m (£345), 50m (£300), 90m (£600) and 150m (£810).

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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