Oehlbach Ultra High Speed HDMI® Cable Black Magic MKII

The home entertainment of the future shines in 8K Ultra HD. 8K images show you a fourfold UHD resolution. This requires high-performance cable connections such as the Oehlbach Ultra High Speed HDMI® Cable Black Magic MKII. It meets all the requirements for tomorrow's picture or sound transmissions. With a bandwidth of 48 Gbit/s, it transmits breathtaking 8K pictures with a resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels at 60 Hz. You are therefore already perfectly equipped for the new console generation. But even without the right TV or 8K movies, series or games, you can already benefit from this Oehlbach Black Magic MKII Ultra High Speed HDMI® cable. Where many HDMI cables transmit 4K pictures with only 60Hz refresh rate, the Black Magic MKII even manages 4K with 120Hz - perfectly suited for connecting gaming monitors or TVs and video games with high frame rates.

Performance and quality with an outstanding price-performance ratio

Of course, the other specifications of the Oehlbach Ultra High Speed HDMI® Black Magic MKII meet just as high demands: for example with HDR 10 Plus, sound with Dolby Atmos, Dolby True HD or DTS HD and up to 32 audio channels. To ensure that picture or sound signals are always transmitted with optimum quality, Oehlbach manufactures the Black Magic MKII HDMI® cables from a range of high-quality components. A triple shielding made of aluminium braiding and aluminium foil protects the signals in the cables from external interference, while an inner conductor made of OFC copper and 24 carat gold-plated plug contacts ensure loss-free transmission inside. This is Oehlbach quality with German Technology through and through. Here you will find premium equipment for your home entertainment system at an excellent price/performance ratio and with a 30-year warranty directly from Oehlbach. The Black Magic MK II Oehlbach Ultra High Speed HDMI® cable is available in black or white, each with a length of 1.5 or 2.0 meters and always ready for the entertainment future in 8K.