Product color: Black
Connector 2 form factor: Straight
Connector 1 form factor: Straight
Connector 2 gender: Male
Connector 1 gender: Male
Connector 2: HDMI Type A (Standard)
Connector 1: HDMI Type A (Standard)
Cable length: 5 m
Belkin HDMI Standard Audio Video Cable 4K/Ultra HD Compatible
Model Number: F3Y017bt5M-BLK
Dynamic color Rang
Color Spaces and Deep Color - A color space is a defined range of colors that can be displayed in an image. The two main color spaces used to display digital video are RGB and YCbCr. Two important features of a color space are color depth and width. Color depth is the number of bits used to represent the color of a pixel and determines the amount of shading or gradation. refers to the number of colors available.
The original HDMI specification supported 24-bit color depth (8 bits per color x 3 RGB colors). HDMI 1.3 introduced Deep Color, which supported 30-bit, 36-bit, and 48-bit color depths. It's worth noting that the human eye can only distinguish about 10 million different colors, so 24-bit color is sufficient for most situations.
Connect your BLU-RAY player to your HDTV
From desktop to big screen stream all your favorite audio/video content quickly and easily. The Belkin Standard HDMI® Cable exceeds industry standards to deliver exceptional picture and sound.
Standard HDMI® audio cable supports Full HD (1080p) as well as Ultra HD (4K) displays. Please note: To use 4K resolution, your connected device must have Mini DisplayPort 1.2 or Thunderbolt™ 2 technology.
Ideal for connecting:
CD/DVD player, Game console, Blu-ray player, HDTV
MacBook Pro (2014), 17-inch MacBook Pro, 15-inch MacBook Pro, 13-inch MacBook Pro.
High technology production
Display Stream Compression (DSC) - HDMI audio and video are not compressed. The higher the resolution, color depth, and frame rate, the more bits must be sent to reach the maximum bandwidth. Then, the only way to transmit more bits is to add more lines to the cable or to compress the signal.
HDMI 2.1 introduced support for Display Stream Compression (DSC) 1.2a, a lossless visual compression for ultra-high definition (UHD) video. Using DSC, an HDMI 2.1 cable can support a maximum compressed bandwidth of 128 Gbps (enough for 10K, although it will be some time before there are commercial devices that require this bandwidth).