|Name||12 ft. Ultra-High Definition 4K HDMI Cable with Ethernet||6 ft. Deluxe HDMI Cable||25 ft. Premium 4K Ultra HD Ready HDMI Cable||50 ft. Premium 4K Ultra HD Ready HDMI Cable|
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|Product Length (ft.)||12||6||25 ft||50 ft|
|Features||3D ready,Gold plated,Shielded||Gold plated||No Additional Features||No Additional Features|
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You can try to grind or file down the plastic on the side you are trying to fit into the DVR slot. Just be careful not to cut too close to the wires and metal connector as this will weaken the connection or ruin the cable. Your best bet would be to purchase a different cable with a smaller covering around the terminal end that will fit into your device. Good luck.
I didn't find a rating on this cable, but, did find this information on the web: These ratings refer to use in low-voltage applications; you’ll also see cable with CL2 and CL3 ratings, which refer to the amount of voltage the cables can carry (CL2-150 volts, CL3-300 volts). CL2 and CL3 cable doesn’t reduce smoke or gases, but minimize the possibility of shock. According to the specs on the cable it is marked CE so I am including a link to the explanation of CE. You will have to scroll a bit to read all about that rating and I am not sure it will totally help you, but, it is what I found: https://cemarking.net/ce-marking-wire-cable-necessity-luxury/ Copy and paste this in your browser to get to the link. Hope this helps.
Not without a Hdmi to usb adapter.
I got this info from Geoff Morrison's website: "Since every time I talk about HDMI cables somebody doesn't believe me, I'm going to quote what HDMI Licensing, the people who write the HDMI spec, have to say about HDMI cables and ARC: "All HDMI cables will support Audio Return Channel functionality when connected to Audio Return Channel-enabled devices. You can use your existing HDMI cables..." Bottom line Audio Return Channel is convenient and can simplify your setup. However, it might also mean you don't get surround sound, and it definitely means you won't get the high-resolution audio formats from Blu-ray. So for the best sound quality, it's still recommended to use individual HDMI cables to link to a sound bar or receiver when you can." So, apparently, the cables should pass arc. I use fiber optic for my audio and I think my sets are too old to have arc built in. Good Luck. I hope this helps.
Very safe. Works great!
According to the description of the product it will work with 4KTV.: "High end design supports HDMI 2.0 Ports (4K at 60Hz, 18 Gbps, 28 AWG). Connect your 4K/HD TV to Blu-Ray/DVD Player, Xbox, Play Station, PC and other HDMI devices." That said, be careful which way you plug it in since it goes only in one direction. Follow the arrows on the ends of the cable. Note one goes towards the wire and the other goes towards the unit. If you have a problem with either audio or video (or both) first try reversing the cable. Also note the cable is good at 4K/60Hz. (standard 4K TV) Higher frequencies may require a different cable but, for regular TV watching in 4K you should be fine.
Yes, it support ARC. Thank you.
Yes it is labeled for 4K
I think yes.
My research indicates that the cable should work. It appears that HDCP 2.2 is a security protocol for encrypting data.