AudioQuest Pearl 48 HDMI Cable
Entry-Level AudioQuest 48 HDMI Cable Touts Direction-Controlled Conductors to Dissipate Radio-Frequency Noise: Pearl Supports All 8K Video Applications, Plays with Enticing Sound
As the entry-level model in AudioQuest's enviable 48 Series, the Pearl 48 HDMI cable offers terrific audio and video performance. Made to jibe with all 8K applications and transfer up to professional-grade 10K Ultra HD video, Pearl 48 features high-purity long-grain copper conductors that have been direction-controlled for the most efficient dissipation of radio-frequency noise.
Plus, Pearl 48 supports resolutions/refresh rates up to 8K/60 and 4K/120. And it is completely backwards-compatible with existing 4K displays. Pearl 48 also interfaces with all varieties of HDR (including HDR10+ and Dolby Vision) found on Ultra HD Blu-ray and all major streaming services, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Disney+, Apple TV+, and more.
Level 1 Noise Dissipation: Direction-Controlled
Level 1 is the foundation of AudioQuest's Noise-Dissipation technologies. Traditional shielding is not enough to guard against the increasingly prevalent effects of Wi-Fi, cellular, and satellite radiation. In AudioQuest HDMI cables, all 19 conductors are direction-controlled to minimize the RF noise that damages performance by "directing" or draining it away from the most vulnerable circuits.
eARC: LGC + Level 1 Noise Dissipation
Because sound matters, the eARC conductors in AudioQuest's 48 Series HDMI cables receive equal love and affection, featuring the same superior metals, direction-controlled conductors, and noise-dissipation technologies as the main AV data pairs.
Ultra-High-Speed HDMI Cable
The Ultra-High-Speed HDMI Cable is the first cable defined by the HDMI Forum. Ultra-High-Speed HDMI Cables comply with stringent specifications designed to ensure support for high-resolution video modes such as 4Kp50/60/100/120 and 8Kp50/60 as well as new features such as eARC and VRR. Ultra-High-Speed HDMI Cables exceed the requirements of the latest international EMI standards to significantly reduce the probability of interference with wireless services such as Wi-Fi.
HDMI 2.1 is the most recent update of the HDMI specification and supports a range of higher video resolutions and refresh rates including 8K/60 and 4K/120, and resolutions up to 10K. Dynamic HDR formats are also supported, and bandwidth capability is increased up to 48Gbps. Supports HDCP 2.3.