Overview of our HDMI products

Collection: HDMI cables

The standard in home entertainment: HDMI cables

If you have entertainment electronics in the living room, you are guaranteed to use HDMI cables. This interface has existed since 2002 and today it is impossible to imagine life without it. TVs, DVD and Blu-ray players, game consoles or receivers: all of these devices have HDMI outputs or inputs. PC users shouldn't be unfamiliar with the technology either, as any modern graphics card can be connected to a monitor via an HDMI cable. With us you will find high-quality cables to connect your entertainment devices and enjoy films, series and video games in the best picture and sound quality.

HDMI 2.0 vs 2.1

HDMI has made some evolutionary strides over the years. In the meantime we have arrived at the HDMI 2.0 (also 2.0a/b) and 2.1 versions. Since the modern variants are backward compatible with the 1.4 versions and the older ones are no longer relevant, there is hardly any reason not to buy at least HDMI 2.0-compatible cables - or to go straight for the even better HDMI 2.1-compliant cables .

However, the version of the HDMI standard alone does not say much about the actual capabilities of the cable, so the most powerful cables based on the 2.1 standard are better recognized by their name: they are called " Ultra High Speed ​​HDMI cables ".

In our range you will find cables of both standards and no matter which one you choose, you will always receive high-quality cables that have been machine-soldered and subjected to strict functional tests.

Whether you need an HDMI 2.1 cable or whether a cheaper 2.0 cable is sufficient depends on the intended use. Both variants support 4K at 60 Hertz, but only with Ultra High Speed ​​HDMI (2.1) are 120 Hertz possible at this high resolution. In addition, the cables even allow 8K at 60 Hertz and are therefore well prepared for the future. However, an HDMI 2.1 cable only makes sense if both your TV and the device you want to connect to the TV have an HDMI version 2.1 connector.

Also with regard to the other picture and sound features HDMI2.1 some advantages compared to 2.0, which are especially interesting for gaming fans:

  • HDR10+ instead of normal HDR (High Dynamic Range) for even richer colors and stronger contrasts
  • VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) adjusts the TV's refresh rate to match that of your video games for a smoother experience
  • ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), thanks to which the TV automatically switches to gaming mode when you use your console
  • eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) instead of simple ARC for even better sound quality

Here you can find more information about HDMI 2.0 and 2.1.

HDMI – all versions in comparison

We have summarized the most important features of the relevant versions for you.




Maximum resolution

New function

HDMI high speed


10.2 Gbps

  • 4096 × 2160p @ 24Hz
  • 3840×2160p at 30Hz
  • 2560×1600p@60Hz
  • 1920 × 1080p at 120Hz
  • H.E.C
  • ARC

HDMI Premium High Speed


18 Gbps

  • 3840×2160p at 60Hz
  • HDR
  • Dolby Atmos
  • eARC

HDMI Ultra High Speed


48 Gbps

  • 7680×4320p@60Hz
  • 3840×2160p at 120Hz
  • HDR 10
  • Dolby Vision
  • DTS:X

HDMI cables for every need - from short to really long

Our HDMI cables are available in many different lengths, from 25 cm to extra long HDMI cables of 20 m, 50 m and even 100 m. The type of cable must be taken into account: There are copper cables and optical fiber optic cable . The former would lose performance if they exceed certain lengths. We therefore only carry copper-based Ultra High Speed ​​HDMI 2.1 up to a maximum length of 5 m. If you need the fastest HDMI cable with a length of 10 m or more, grab it to optical specimens . If you have an HDMI 2.0 cable that is too short for your intended use, a extension . We offer variants from 1 to 10 m, and we also have active HDMI repeaters in our range.

From Micro and Mini HDMI to Type A

In our online shop you will also find special HDMI cables with small plugs, which you can use to connect your smartphone, tablet, notebook, camcorder or mini computer à la Raspberry Pi to a large screen or projector. We offer both mini HDMI and micro HDMI adapter cables ; both variants have a "normal" sized Type A plug on one side, which is compatible with any TV, monitor and projector. It is always an HDMI 2.0 cable with 4K support, Ethernet, ARC and 3D support.

Frequently asked questions and answers about HDMI cables

Which HDMI cables for 4K?

For 4K enjoyment, it must be at least one high-speed HDMI 2.0 cable, a Ultra High Speed ​​Cable According to the HDMI 2.1 specification, the resolution also enables an image frequency of 120 Hertz. Here you can find more information about HDMI 2.0 and 2.1.

Can you connect HDMI to DisplayPort?

Regular HDMI cables are not compatible with DisplayPort connectors and vice versa, but there are adapters that do.

Which is better, HDMI or DisplayPort?

There is no general answer to this - however, DisplayPort offers advantages especially when used on gaming PCs, while HDMI is the predominant standard in home cinema. Here you can find more information on the question "HDMI or DisplayPort?"

What is HDMI Type A?

Type A is the standard HDMI connector that is compatible with any television, PC monitor, DVD and Blu-ray player, or game console. On the other hand, there are mini and micro HDMIs for mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, cameras and the like. Find out more about HDMI connector types here.

Is HDMI cable the same as HDMI cable?

No. The older standards such as HDMI 1.4 in particular lack support for many modern features such as 4K at 60 Hertz due to their low bandwidth. There are also differences between high-speed and ultra-high-speed HDMI 2.1 cables. Find more information about High Speed ​​and Ultra High Speed ​​HDMI cables here.

How do I connect my TV to my cell phone?

To connect your smartphone to a TV set, you usually need an adapter from USB-C to HDMI, which you can also get from us. Before doing this, however, make sure that your phone supports it.