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Rocketfish™ - 7-Outlet/2-USB Surge Protector with 8' 4K UltraHD, In-Wall Certified HDMI Cable - Black-Front_Standard
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  • Q: Is this product a platinum series, which is better monster or rocketfish  (5 Answers)

    By JB 

    • Best answerMoster ultragold and rocketfish 4k are pretty close to being the same, just monster is more expensive. Rocketfish is what I chose. It has a 3-layer cable shielding; 360° metal connector shell; silver content soldering; 24K gold-plated contacts, 18Gbps rating, HDMI Ethernet, 1080p+, Ultra HD 4Kx2K, compatible with 7.1 audio systems. Great product at a decent price.

      By Thomas 

  • Q: What's the hardware spec on the HDMI cable included. Is it 2.0, 2.0a or 2.0 b? Thanks  (2 Answers)

    By Tgroot 

    • Best answerEasily connect an HDMI component to your HDTV or projector using this 8' Rocketfish RF-HG08501 in-wall HDMI cable that supports 1080p and Ultra HD 4K x 2K resolution and 7.1 surround sound for crisp visuals and audio.Connects an HDMI component to an HDTV or projector with an HDMI input; 3-layer cable shielding; 360° metal connector shell; silver content soldering; 24K gold-plated contacts. 18Gbps HDMI Ethernet 1080p+ Ultra HD 4Kx2K These are the decriptions i could find about it. As for 2.0 specs I am not sure. Hopefully a bestbuy tech guy can answer that for you.

      By Thomas 

  • Q: I DO NOT HAVE 4k HD TV, ONLY SMART TV, IS THE CABLE ONLY WORKING ON 4K TV ?  (5 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerHello! The included HDMI cable will be compatible with all HDMI devices. The 4K compatibility on this product will allow you to use the included cable with future 4K TV's and signal sources you may purchase in the future. Regards, Daniel T. - Rocketfish Support

      By RocketfishCustomerSupport 

  • Q: What is meant by "in wall" for the HDMI cable?  (5 Answers)

    By in55 

    • Best answerIt is used for home theaters and through or "IN WALL" installations of cabling systems for tv's and entertainment devices. If you wire free air (inside the room) then a regular HDMI cable will work. For all inside wall routes you should consult the electrical code to determine the correct classification.The major difference is the size of the wires and the condition of the insulation (flame resistant etc). If your house is burning down because the flames started in a cable raceway and you used the wrong cable in accordance to code then the insurance will fight the claim and you get nothing.

      By gp68 

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  • Q: Is the plug a strait in or a flat 90degre?. I need to plug it in behind a cabinet.  (8 Answers)

    By HTown 

    • Best answerFlat plug, I also needed to utilize plug in behind shelf unit.

      By TLow 

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    • Best answerThe surge protector should indicate BOTH Grounded AND Protected when plugged in. Protected means that the surge protector is protecting your equipment. Grounded means that your equipment is properly grounded (which should be required to adequately protect your equipment).

      By ndjason 

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    • Best answerI assume your surge protector is not defective. The manufacturer should have tested it before shipping. You could confirm by taking it to another location (perhaps another building) and plugging it in. Ground light should be illuminated when the power switch in ON. If the surge protector appears okay then the electrical outlet you have must not be properly grounded. Depending on the appliance you have connected (such as a computer) that should still furnish some surge protection. The national electrical code, which may be modified in your locality, allows a GFI (ground fault interrupt outlet) to be installed; in the absence of a third wire (ground) coming into outlet box. That will trip in case the neutral wire is broken to protect a person. But it will not protect attached equipment such as your appliances, electronics etc. You will note that power cubes, and some television sets, are frequently two prong (no ground) so they shouldn’t be affected by lack of an earth ground. It would be best to have a licensed electrician check your electrical service. But if you don’t own the property I would think it is pretty safe to protect your attached equipment. If it is a three-prong receptacle in the outlet box I would at least replace it with a GFI outlet; to protect you. And to make sure someone did not wire it incorrectly by installing a plain three-prong outlet (three incoming wires) in a two-wire electrical box. I hope this helps. Also, I am not a licensed electrician but I have two rocket fish surge protectors myself. One is grounded and the other is not. The one that is not grounded is connected to a GFI outlet (and has multiple electronic cords/cubes plugged into it), none of which are three wire. Regards.

      By FellowUser 

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  • Q: Anything special to the 7th outlet or it merely provides extra space for a bulky plug? Thanks.  (5 Answers)

    By NewToRF 

    • Best answerJust an extra outlet for bulkier plugs

      By Swingincountry 

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  • Q: The name indicates an 8 ft cord, but the narrative says both 8 ft and 5 feet of flexible cord. Which is it?  (5 Answers)

    By Deb1657 

    • Best answer8 ft. HDMI cable, 5 ft. cord on the surge protector

      By Mike 

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  • Q: Is the electrical plug a slim line or a standard plug for the wall.  (5 Answers)

    By Tom 

    • Best answerYes it is a slim plug.

      By XtremeAsFan 

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