Tripp Lite Digital Video Cable, HDMI to HDMI, Flat Conductors, 3 ft.AV Cables
Video cable provides connection between HDMI-enabled display devices and digital source devices. - View Complete Details
Product Number: TRPP568003FL
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Tripp Lite Digital Video Cable, HDMI to HDMI, Flat Conductors, 3 ft. - Video cable creates a pure digital connection between HDMI-enabled HDTV display devices and HDMI-enabled digital video sources. Gold plated connectors provide optimal signal transfer. Premium double-shielded HDMI compliant cable protects against outside EMI/RFI noise interference.
- Digital connection between HDMI-enabled HDTV display devices and digital video sources.
- Optimal signal transfer.
- Protects against outside EMI/RFI noise interference.
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