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(Help) HDMI on PS4 4k HDR premium

Hello people. one help please

I would like to know which cables are best for 4k HDR.

I'm researching the Ultra Black Hd Monster Platinum 27Gbps and
Cable Wireworld Chroma 7.

I will use it on PS4 PRO on SAMSUNG TV UN55KS7500
could anyone help me to pass the cable to 4K HDR.

Sorry my Inglês . Im a Brazilian.
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Hello people. one help please

I would like to know which cables are best for 4k HDR.

I'm researching the Ultra Black Hd Monster Platinum 27Gbps and
Cable Wireworld Chroma 7.

I will use it on PS4 PRO on SAMSUNG TV UN55KS7500
could anyone help me to pass the cable to 4K HDR.

Sorry my Inglês . Im a Brazilian.

Monster cables, like AudioQuest are way overpriced and hyped for what you get. 27Gbps is an odd bandwidth. It should be 18Gbps for the HDMI 2.0b hardware specs (which can handle 4k HDR easily) or eventually 48Gbps for the newer HDMI 2.1 hardware specs (which are still being worked out).



Keep in mind that the cable is just a data pipe, there are other factors like the HDMI chipsets at the source and sink end, bend radius, cable distance, etc that play a big part in a successful cable run. Also, no cable mfr can guarantee that their cables will work 100% of the time for any given setup.


How long is your cable run? If it is under about 20' then a Premium High Speed HDMI cable (certified with a QR label of authenticity) should work just fine. Any cable mfr can submit their cables for certification so just look for the Premium High Speed HDMI cable name and the QR label.
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Got it. thank you for important information friend.
well, in this case in your opinion would you recommend me the Platinum Monster?

in the packaging of the monster there is no premium certificate QR but I already had a monoprice and it was good too.
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Got it. thank you for important information friend.
well, in this case in your opinion would you recommend me the Platinum Monster?

in the packaging of the monster there is no premium certificate QR but I already had a monoprice and it was good too.

I wouldn't recommend Monster cables at all. How long is your cable run? The cable won't make pq any better. It's a digital signal. You either get it or you don't.

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I wouldn't recommend Monster cables at all. How long is your cable run? The cable won't make pq any better. It's a digital signal. You either get it or you don't.
my monoprice cable lasted 2 years.
is that my friend has a monster cable and I found the image more progressive, more vibrant ... maybe it's my head thing
44/5000
but does the monster also work the correct HDR?
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my monoprice cable lasted 2 years.
is that my friend has a monster cable and I found the image more progressive, more vibrant ... maybe it's my head thing
44/5000
but does the monster also work the correct HDR?
Again, the cable is just the data pipe. If you don't get sparkles, drop outs, etc then that's the best you can do. The cable can't make reds redder or greens greener. I'm not sure what you mean by the correct HDR. The HDMI chipsets at the source and sink are basically what determines what you can or can not get. The cable will just transmit the data if it can handle the bandwidth, which the current maximum bandwidth is 18Gbps. However, with 4k HDR, cable distance and installation is the key. How long is your cable run? I don't know what 44/5000 means.

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my monoprice cable lasted 2 years.

is that my friend has a monster cable and I found the image more progressive, more vibrant ... maybe it's my head thing

44/5000

but does the monster also work the correct HDR?
Há quanto tempo é o seu cabo HDMI e existe um receptor de áudio / vídeo entre a SAMSUNG e a PS4?

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Again, the cable is just the data pipe. If you don't get sparkles, drop outs, etc then that's the best you can do. The cable can't make reds redder or greens greener. I'm not sure what you mean by the correct HDR. The HDMI chipsets at the source and sink are basically what determines what you can or can not get. The cable will just transmit the data if it can handle the bandwidth, which the current maximum bandwidth is 18Gbps. However, with 4k HDR, cable distance and installation is the key. How long is your cable run? I don't know what 44/5000 means.
I understood better now. I typed this by mistake 44/5000 sorry
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Há quanto tempo é o seu cabo HDMI e existe um receptor de áudio / vídeo entre a SAMSUNG e a PS4?
my cable is at most 3 meters, I'm going to use a 4k TV connected to Ps4 pro.
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my cable is at most 3 meters, I'm going to use a 4k TV connected to Ps4 pro.

At 3m (9') you can use a Premium High Speed HDMI cable from someone like Monoprice, BJC, or MediaBridge. A Premium High Speed HDMI cable is one that has been certified to meet the current HDMI 2.0b hardware specs. The cable can come from any mfr as long as it is labeled as a Premium High Speed HDMI cable and comes with a QR label for authenticity. A Premium cable is not a guarantee that it will work for everyone but it is as good as you can get because it has been tested and certified by the standardized testing program designed and implemented by HDMI.org. As long as your source (PS4) and sink (Samsung tv) have the same HDMI chipsets, and you have a clean cable installation (no sharp bends, extenders/adapters, or undo stress on the HDMI inputs) you should be fine. A 10' Premium High Speed HDMI cable is not that expensive, especially compared to a Monster cable.

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I understood friend. Thank you very much for the explanations.
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