“A great picture and flexible enough to fit into the socket on my wall mounted screen.”
Televisions are getting better and they’re getting thinner as well; this means better looking televisions, mounted almost flush against a wall. It looks great, but fitting a good quality HDMI cable in order to make the most of the improved resolution is almost impossible.
This is why Chord has re-thought their HDMI designs and produced the Chord HDMI Advance, a high performance cable that mixes quality with ease of connection.
The new Chord HDMI Advance is a high speed HDMI cable with Ethernet that measures a svelte and flexible 6 mm in diameter and is available in 0.75m, 1.5m, 2m and 3m lengths.
Silver-plated, oxygen free copper conductors are used for critical signal connections - and whilst the new cable is The Chord Company’s most flexible HDMI cable yet - as ever, great attention has been paid to ensuring that the shielding remains just as effective. Die-cast, gold-plated plugs ensure reliability and guarantee maximum connectivity.
The Chord Advance HDMI cable uses silver-plated oxygen free copper signal conductors. Silver-plated conductors are a very good way to carry a high speed signal and this allows us to produce a discreet and very flexible HDMI cable with excellent performance.
The Advance HDMI cable has a diameter of 6 mm and is designed using materials that produce an extremely flexible and easy to install cable.
The Advance HDMI is a high speed 1080p 3D compliant HDMI cable with Ethernet that supports deep colour and all HDMI audio formats
The Chord Advance is fitted with die-cast 24 karat gold-plated plugs.
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The Chord Advance HDMI was designed to work with the incredibly thin high resolution screens that are appearing. The need for a high quality HDMI cable has to be balanced against the installation and connecting restrictions that these screens have. So the Advance really is about quality and flexibility. - See more at: http://www.chord.co.uk/product/chord-hdmi-advance-high-speed-hdmi-cable-with-ethernet/#sthash.JPppBSjp.dpuf