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Why choose Peerless-AV's award-winning cables?

All Peerless-AV cables are compliant to the latest HDMI 2.0 standard and are all High Speed HDMI Cables with Ethernet. Every Peerless-AV cable supports the new features and benefits of HDMI 2.0 which include:

  • Ultra HD (4k) at 50/60fps
  • YCbCr 4:2:0 colour space
  • Dual screen display
  • Audio multi-stream
  • 32-channel / 1536kHz support
  • 21:9 aspect ratio
  • Dynamic auto lip-synch
  • 18Gbps data transfer between HDMI 2.0 devices

 

What is the difference between the ranges?

 

Sigma cables are the ultimate affordable upgrade cable. They use the best materials & are capable of carrying UltraHD (4k) image resolutions.

Available lengths: 2m, 3m & 5m

Slimline cables have a reduced depth head at 20mm and are a thinner, more flexible cable to enable the TV to be mounted as close as possible to the wall.

Available lengths: 2m & 5m

Delta cables have been certified to the latest HDMI performance standards & have a depth head of 35mm.

Available lengths: 1.5m & 3m

 

Conductor Material

The conductor is the type of material that allows the flow of electrical current in one or more directions. A standard cable uses tough-pitch copper (TPC) or cheap copper coated steel. Imagine it is a country road. The bigger the road the more data that can get through...

 

Dielectric Material

In any cable there are at least two conductors carrying electrical signal. The dielectric material surrounds a conductor acting as a barrier which determines how well (or not) it can perform. Imagine that a standard cable is like a hedge ... not much of a barrier...

 

Conductor Material

The conductor is the type of material that allows the flow of electrical current in one or more directions. A standard cable uses tough-pitch copper (TPC) or cheap copper coated steel. Imagine it is a country road. The bigger the road the more data that can get through...

 

Shielding

Any cable carrying an electrical signal is subject to interferance and therefore needs shielding. Different materials are better at doing the job than others.

 

Choose your cable wisely

Learn the key areas that differientiate the performance of a cable

  • The quality of the conductor material transmitting the AV signals between devices
  • The quality of the dielectric material insulating the conductors within the cable itself
  • The quality of the shielding material protecting the cable from external interference
  • Signal-boosting technology that maintains signal integrity even when using thin, flexible conductors