The best value HDMI cable available
Great high speed HDMI cables with 3D support, ethernet channel, and audio return channel don't have to cost a lot. Sewell standard grade high speed HDMI cable like this is perfect for everyday use. This cable meets or exceeds all HDMI specifications to preserve the highest quality image and sound.
What are the upgrades?
Recently, the HDMI organization upgraded HDMI to include the following capabilities, and Sewell included every last one in their recent upgraded HDMI cable:
HDMI Ethernet Channel: Allows you to use HDMI devices that are IP enabled such as HDTVs and Blu-Ray players with ethernet enabled features. This would allow you to use your Netflix instant viewing app on your new ethernet enabled HDTV, for instance.
Audio Return Channel: Allows you to connect an HDMI TV with a tuner to an audio receiver via HDMI. This allows you to send audio from your TV to the receiver "upstream" without giving up the "downstream" video from a video source connected to your receiver (like from a Blu-Ray player or gaming console).
3D Support: This cable has added 3D support, supporting every brand and type of active and non-active 3D protocols.
4K support: This future proofs your HDMI cable, supporting resolutions that far surpass 1080p (4096×2160 p24 to be exact, 1080p is 1920x1080).
Content Type Control: Your HDTV can now tell what is connected to it (for supported devices), allowing it to automatically adjust settings to best reproduce your video source's resolution, color setting, and more.
Additional Color Spaces/Spectrums: There are some colors that the RGB spectrum does not include, and many of these color spectrums are being incorporated in digital still photography and other applications, such as sYCC601, Adobe RGB, and Adobe YCC601 color spaces.
Do you need a switch that will allow you to connect multiple HDMI sources to your HDTV? Don't worry, we've got that taken care of - head on over to the Sewell 3x1 HDMI Switch.
Why we don't call our cable v1.4
We, like other authorized dealers, are mandated by the HDMI organization to not use the number system to label our HDMI cable with the 1.3 or 1.4 version system. This is probably because each version adds a multitude of features. v1.4 added ethernet channel, an audio return channel, 3D support, 4K support, and a bunch of other more minor features.
The problem is that some cable manufacturers could technically get away with adding 3D support and 4K support without adding an audio return channel or an ethernet channel, but still call the cable v1.4. This would confuse the consumer and a lot of money would be spent on cable that the consumer didn't want. Sewell has added every new upgrade to the cable available for v1.4.
If you need more cables or a different length, view our HDMI Cable selection.