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Old 01-31-2015, 06:19 PM   #1
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If I buy a 4k HDMI cord now, will I notice a difference on my 1080p tv, and which one is best, quality wise?
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If I buy a 4k HDMI cord now, will I notice a difference on my 1080p tv, and which one is best, quality wise?
Nope, an hdmi is an hdmi it will just pass video
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If I buy a 4k HDMI cord now, will I notice a difference on my 1080p tv, and which one is best, quality wise?
Just make sure any cable you buy is rated "High Speed". These should handle HDMI 2.0, Level B (10.2 Gbps). For long runs you may want to consider cables with Redmere because the cable will have a smaller diameter.
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Can existing HDMI cables support the higher bandwidths of HDMI 2.0 Specification?
Yes, existing High Speed HDMI Cables (wire only) will support the new higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps).

HDMI 2.0 specification defined a new, more efficient signaling method, for speeds above 1.4b limits (10.2Gbps), to allow higher bandwidths (up to 18Gbps) over existing High Speed HDMI Wire Cables.
http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdm...0_faq.aspx#144

Amazon Basics provides quality cables at a good price.

http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-H.../dp/B003L1ZYYM
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Here are active HDMI cables from Monoprice active HDMI Redmere cables.
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