Set up your wall-mounted television with this AudioQuest Pearl in-wall HDMI cable. High Dynamic Range pass-through allows for more vibrant picture quality by increasing the color and contrast ranges, while the solid long-grain copper conductors help reduce jitter and distortion. This AudioQuest Pearl in-wall HDMI cable boasts a PVC protective jacket and gold-plated connectors for reliable operation.
Supports up to 4K UltraHD (4096 x 2160 pixels) resolution
To help get the best picture from your 4K source.
High dynamic range (HDR) pass-through
Significantly increases the range of both color and contrast, which creates an even more vibrant and realistic picture.
Solid long-grain copper (LGC) conductors
Eliminate strand-interaction distortion, provide smooth and clear sound.
This AudioQuest HDMI cable is directional, all of its signal conductors are controlled for digital audio direction, which ensures superior sound quality.
Rated for in-wall installation
Offers flexible installation options.
Lifetime limited warranty
Lifetime repair or replacement in cases of defect.
Foamed polyethylene insulation
This HDMI cable uses air-filled foamed polyethylene insulation for maximum signal strength.
PVC protective jacket
Provides a flexible design and durability for long-lasting use.
High-speed data capacity
This AudioQuest HDMI cable exceeds the requirements for all possible HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 data streams, including 4K UHD, HDR, and Blu-ray Ultra HD. Active frequency equalization enables 18 Gbps over long distances.
Resist corrosion and promote efficient signal transfer.
AudioQuest Pearl 10' 4K Ultra HD In-Wall HDMI Cable
Bought a complete new theater system (UHDTV and Atmos Soundbar) from Best Buy Sherman Oaks and needed HDMI cables. Audioquest was recommended to me by my salesperson as a very solid cable with a good value price point. He was correct about everything I purchased that day. Thanks Best Buy!!
A:AnswerHello, these cables have been certified under the National Electric Code as safe to be installed inside a wall in a residential building. A certified electrician would look for this marking if this cable is being ran through a wall during installation.
A:AnswerThe arrow designates the recommended direction of the signal carried by the HDMI cable. The arrow should point from the "out" HDMI connection to the "in" HDMI connection. As an example, when you hook up an AudioQuest cable from your cable box to your TV, the arrow on the cable should point from the cable box to the TV. Similarly, you would use this same method when connecting a Blu-Ray or DVD player to the TV. Not sure if it really matters or if it even works or why, I just followed the instructions.
A:AnswerIn most, if not all, parts of the US a cable must meet or exceed the local building code in order to be installed behind drywall. A cable that complies with this CL-3 or CMG code is an "in-wall" cable.