Wyrestorm CAB-HAOC-FRL-10 10m
A capable HDMI, made better
Already an impressive cable, this latest FRL version is better than ever. Compatible with 8K content and 4K/144Hz standards, this is the ideal cable for use with the latest, high-end TVs. Capable of transmitting HDMI content up to 48Gbps, it has twice the capacity of the older version.
Goes the distance…
At 10 metres long, this HDMI cable is ideal for routing an AV signal right around a room or through into another room.
With no loss of quality
Unlike conventional HDMI cables, this WyreStorm Active Optical uses fibre optics for uncompressed transmission of up to 48Gbps HDMI content right along its full length.
Number crunching – the key features
The ultra-high bandwidth capability makes this cable ideal for current and future HDMI standards. Key features include;
Uncompressed optical transmission of HDMI content up to 48Gbps:
2K (1920 x 1080p and 2560 x 1440p) 4:4:4 8-bit at 240Hz
4K (4096 x 2160p) at 144Hz
5K (5120 x 2880p) at 60Hz
8K (7680 x 4320p) at 60Hz
Compatible with all current and emerging HDR standards:
HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)
HDR10 and HDR10+
PQ (Perceptual Quantizer)
Ready for future HDCP 2.3 content encryption
Compatible with new eARC HD audio standard for on-demand content from smart TVs
Supports HDMI2.1 FRL (Fixed Rate Link) 16/18b encoding and DSC (Display Stream Compression)
True native HDMI communication ensures CEC and ARC communication between compatible devices
Supports emerging HDMI technologies such as ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) and VRR (Variable Refresh Rate)
Perfect for use in environments with excessive EM or RF interference
Quality construction and easy to install
High quality, aluminium construction and gold-plated connectors are built to last. The 20mm plug width still makes it easy to feed through conduits and the cable is just as flexible as standard HDMI leads, making installation a cinch. Colour coded ends make it easy to identify the signal direction.
Make the best long distance contact, with the WyreStorm CAB-HAOC-FRL-10.