Questions & Answers
- Answer Yes, only if your tv can do 120hz.
- Answer You can, but it's not recommended since you will not notice a difference in quality. Older TV's, cable boxes, video game consoles, and Blu-ray players can only output a certain amount of quality (bandwidth) therefor it would not fully utilize this 8K Ultra High Speed cable to it's full potential. For the full experience, think about upgrading your TV, and the gear attached to it, to 4K sometime in the future - that's when this cable will make a true difference in both audio and video quality for movies and gaming.
Questionhow does this cable compare to the audio quest 8k vodka ones. other than price 80 vs 400 on avg.
- Answer better cables are made with better materials.hence the price difference.professioanal grade quality versus your average consumer quality.
- Answer Yes you can. This cable is backwards compatible with any device. I am currently using one on my PS5 to receiver and one from receiver to TV. Works good. No issues.
- Answer Any ultra high speed HDMI cable will do. I use this cable for my 7.1 setup myself.
- Answer This cable works for most HDMI enabled devices.
- Answer Will work excellent
- Answer Yes, this cable is 2.1
- Answer This cable will work for most HDMI enabled devices.
QuestionI' using rocketfish 8k 48gbps hdmi cables for LG - 65" Class NanoCell 99 Series LED 8K tv with Denon AVR-X4700H 8K Ultra HD 9.2 Channel receiver for my cable, 4k blu ray and apple 4k. I have the tv set up to 8k and yet not seeing upscaled 8k in the info?
- Answer There are no 8K movies yet. That's y u can't get 8k. By the time they make movies in 8k that tv will be obsolete. Technology. They really just started 4k movie and shows not to long ago. The original 4k tv I had, was outdated by the time the links were available for 4k.
QuestionI have a 4K 120hz tv for my Xbox series X, but it has hdmi 2.0,If I buy this cable will I get 120 FPS in 4K?
- Answer No. Because it is HDMI 2.0 it will only display 1440p @120hz or 4K@60hz. I just went through the whole thing with my TV and I was restricted by the HDMI 2.0 of the TV. I am using a TCL r635 tv