Snap One Launches Binary BX 8K Active HDMI Cables

SnapAV’s new line of Binary BX 8k HDMI cables provide quality picture, up to 48 gbps speeds, and supports high res audio and video.

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Reinforcing its commitment to provide Partners with the tools they need to succeed, Snap One announced the introduction of a new line of Binary BX 8K Active HDMI Cables, which are designed to support 8K UHD at 60Hz 4:2:0 and up to 10K at 30 Hz 4:4:4. They also display 4K at 120Hz and 4K at 60Hz 4:4:4 and handle transmission speeds up to 48Gbps.

“The BX line was crafted with the latest technology and designed with partners in mind. This new line ensures that partners are prepared for today’s latest 8K capable TV’s, AV receivers from Denon, Marantz and Yamaha as well as the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X gaming consoles,” says David Chen, Product Manager at Snap One. “With these advanced HDMI cables, forward-thinking dealers will be able to get ahead of the game and future proof their installs.”

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With premium Zinc alloy connector heads, pull and bend strength, and GripTek connectors, the Binary HDMI cables feature a premium design that delivers reliable 4K and 8K performance.

Without the need for external power, the new active cables create a simpler and cleaner install. The incorporated gripping design ensures up to 8lbs of pull force is needed to remove the cable from the HDMI port, therefore reducing service calls due to disconnections.

All Binary HDMI cables also feature an ultra-pliable jacket that ensures flexibility with a tighter bend radius and a low-profile connector that can save valuable space behind equipment. Each active connector head also features high-performance micro-electronics to automatically monitor and protect signals to ensure reliable transmission.

The new line of Binary BX 8K Active Cables provides consumers the highest quality 8K picture, up to 48gbps transmission speed and supports high-re solution audio and video formats including Dolby ATMOS, DTS-X, and HDMI 3D.