The box says ultra high speed HDMI cable, compatible with Dolby Vision.
On the back it states supports 4k @ 120 Hz or 8k @ 60 Hz.
Purchased from Amazon in the UK.
I have no association with Belkin.
Happened to purchase it as I wanted a reasonably priced premium cable for comparison purposes.
In fact I returned the 1st one, thinking it wasn't necessary.
I can't post links from the tablet but here's the full name of the cable :-We would like a make/model number for reference and understanding of your observations.
No one suggested you work for Belkin.
You purchased from AmazonUK… the link should be available.
Your thread was moved to the appropriate forum by the moderators based on the topic.
OK, the cheap hdmi cable I tried for audio was premium certified and I'm sure passed the full 18 gbps of data.
However the audio quality between it and the Belkin was night and day difference.
On the cheaper cable audio was dull and un-involving, with the Belkin treble was beautifully extended.
People on this forum tell me there is 'NO' difference between audio and video quality between cables.
I have done the test myself and find otherwise.
I'm sure there are other good hdmi cables out there that will give a similer audio performance to the Belkin but I'm happy that the Belkin gives me as good a performance as I can get with my equipment.
On to the video side now.
I have a fiber hdmi cable ordered and should have it within the next week.
I started the thread calling it better picture quality.
Otto pointed out that a cable cannot give better reds etc and I agree with that.
But there is the possibility that cables can degrade a signal and the cable that degrades it least can give a more accurate (better) image than a cable that degrades it more.
As I stated at the start of the thread I have a 15 metre cable run from my 4k blu ray player to my projector and it has given me no issues, always a clean image, no drop outs, sparklies etc.
Ive had it a couple of years so I presume it's a copper cable.
It's marketed as full 18 gbps.
Now I only use blu ray and 4k blu ray so I know I only need 10.3 or is it 13. something gbps, basically I don't game.
I'll compare the image quality of the fiber cable against my existing one when I receive the fiber cable.
Everyone will be happy to tell you that all hdmi cables give the same output (video and audio) and if you want to believe that then you may be loosing out on getting the best out of your system.
PS ….. I've contacted the fiber hdmi company to see if they are happy for me to release their name so until I receive their authorisation I'll keep the product to myself.