Monoprice makes a vast variety of AV cables including all manner of HDMI cables. Right now the company is offering significant savings on 50 foot and 75 foot length runs of its SlimRun 18Gbps Fiber Optic HDMI Cable, which is already an affordable option in this category and a great deal at the sale prices.

50 feet of SlimRun 18Gbps Fiber Optic HDMI Cable

50 foot Monoprice SlimRun 18Gbps Fiber Optic HDMI Cable is currently on sale for  $89.66 (47.26% savings,normally $169.99)




75 foot Monoprice SlimRun 18Gbps Fiber Optic HDMI Cable is currently on sale for  $88.16 (56.35% savings,normally $201.99)


  • Transmits up to 328ft: SlimRun™ AV HDR can perfectly transmit [email protected] HDR video to distances up to 328 feet (100 meters) without extenders using optical fiber to replace copper wire as thehigh-speed signal transmission medium.
  • Supports HDR: High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging allows you to enjoy the beauty of a wider and richer range of colors, much brighter whites, and much deeper, darker blacks.
  • Plug & Play: Other HDMI® extender solutions require multiple sets of wires, cables, transmitters, receivers, and screws to mount boxes. SlimRun™ AV HDR combines the benefits of traditional extension solutions into a single optical cable.
  • Thinner & Softer: SlimRun™ AV HDR is thinner and softer than traditional glass fiber optic cables. Flexible polymer optical cable has a tighter bend radius and is much more resilient to damage and abuse than traditional fiber optic cables made of glass.
HDMI cable is the standard way of getting your AV data from point A to point B. And while you can rely of passive copper HDMI cables for short runs, you'll run into trouble with cables over 20 or 30 feet in length. The solution for longer runs, such as connecting an AVR to a projector, or a TV in a living room to an AV system on a shelf, is active HDMI.

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