NEW updated 48GBps Chord Company C-view HDMI cable – available now Posted on 4th June 2021 by Paul Telling Introducing a high-specification HDMI cable at a universally accessible price point. We’ve put our 37 years of experience behind our A/V range and this affordable newcomer offers home cinema fans next-generation Chord Company tech for less. C-view HDMI has been redesigned and now benefits from a 48GBps bandwidth with a resolution of 8k at 60hz or 4k at 120hz. It supports Dynamic HDR, HDCP2.3, eARC, 3D and all HDMI audio formats. Available in lengths of 0.75m, 1m, 1.5m, 2m and 3m. A next-generation HDMI 2.1 cable for today’s 4K and 8K screens at a bargain price. The new C-view, which starts from as little as £30, is a ‘full bandwidth’ cable with all-new features, plus the legendary Chord Company quality. The new C-view HDMI directly replaces its predecessor and represents a complete overhaul of the original design. The new cable benefits from full bandwidth 48 Gbps support, HDMI 2.1’s maximum data rate, with a resolution of 8K at 60 Hz or 4K at 120 Hz. It also supports Dynamic HDR, HDCP 2.2, HDMI eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel), 3D, plus all HDMI audio formats. C-view HDMI’s physical properties have been upgraded to enable the extra bandwidth needed for the higher-resolution 2.1 standard. Both the cable’s conductor and insulation have been improved, along with refinements to the shielding to further protect the higher-data-rate signal-transmission in the latest HDMI 2.1 specification. Externally, the C-view HDMI benefits from a new HDMI plug which has been totally redesigned and features improved shielding via an aluminium outer skin. The latest-generation plug also features better internal conductor routing, plus mechanical damping from a PE filler. Categories: Blog New Stuff Tags: 48gbps bandwidth c-view chord cinema games hdmi hi-def hi-karate hi-nrg high-speed interface movies multimedia picture picture box projector ps4 ps5 shielding telly theatre tv ultra xbox Share: 0 0 Previous post Next post No comments yet, why not be the first?