Belkin's HDMI cable is constructed beyond industry standards to achieve peak performance, giving you an optimal viewing experience in resolutions four times greater than today's 1080p standard.
- Experience full 3D HD video and audio at home
- Connects Apple TV or iPad (requires Apple Digital AV Adapter) to your 3D HDTV, Blu-ray player, and more
- 3D ready
- Supports 1080p+ resolution, 4k by 2k Cinema Resolution
- 10.2+ Gbit/s bandwidth for fast data transmission
- Built-in audio return channel
- Up to 120 Hz+ refresh rate
- HDMI compliant
Did you notice?Connect your Apple TV and other devices to 3D HDTVs, Blu-ray players, HD gaming consoles, and A/V receivers.
Apple Recommends ForExperience full HD 3D cinema-quality movies in the comfort of your own home.
What's in the Box?
- Belkin High-Speed HDMI Cable
- Cable type: HDMI to HDMI Cable
- Cable Length: 4 m
- Connections: HDMI port
- Mfr. Part Number: AV10135yw4M-APL
- UPC or EAN No.: 722868908211
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- Warranty: Limited Lifetime Product Warranty
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Will this connect my new Apple TV with my HDTV
- Asked by Jayne R
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What do I use to connect my mac book air to my hdmi tv ?
- Asked by Richard T from Virginia Beach
Will this connect my MacBook Pro to the TV with complete audio and video?
- Asked by Kim R from Jefferson City
Yes if you have a retina display MacBook Pro with a HDMI port, otherwise it needs to be used in conj Yes if you have a retina display MacBook Pro with a HDMI port, otherwise it needs to be used in conjunction with a mini display port to HDMI adaptor …
- Answered by Sam B