Fiber Optic HDMI Cable Makes Long Distances Hassle Free

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Fiber Optic HDMI Offers No Signal Degradation Over Long Distances

Rainbow Fish solves the problem of HDMI over long distance. With Rainbow Fish technology, the HDMI signal is converted to light pulses that carry the full high-definition HDMI signal up to 1000 feet. Fiber optic cable has virtually no electrical interference and is the future of the connected home. This Fiber Optic HDMI Cable is sleek and elegant. It can be easily hidden when connected between your HDMI-connected products and blends in easily when tucked neatly at the baseboard molding in your home. It’s easy to use and works with all HDMI connected products to your HDTV or 3DTV.

Rainbow Fish Fiber Optic HDMI Pro Series cables provide the best 1080p picture quality with an elegant, thin cable instead of bulky copper HDMI cables. Pro Series Fiber Optic cables are interference free and provide better connections especially at distances longer than 10 feet than copper cables or powered HDMI sender and receiver systems using CAT 5 and 6 cable. This cable includes a hardwired USB power supply for connection at the display location and provides exceptional HDMI performance at long distances for easy connection of HDMI components in different rooms or in a large living room or home theater. Each Pro Series cable has a durable, UL-rated black color cable jacket and durable connector housing. Read More

  • Works with all HDMI connected devices
  • Offers longer lengths and more reliable signal than copper
  • Thin and elegant cable is easily bundled
  • No EMI Interference

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