Fibbr Offers Preview of World’s First 56Gbps 8K-HDR HDMI Cable in Astounding 50-meter Length
FIBBR will make its CEDIA debut in Booth 843, offering CEDIA attendees a preview of the world’s first 56Gbps 8K-HDR HDMI cable, the Ultra 8K.
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FIBBR, the world’s leading manufacturer of Active Optical Cables (AOCs), will make its CEDIA debut in Booth 843, offering CEDIA attendees a preview of the world’s first 56Gbps 8K-HDR HDMI cable, the Ultra 8K—in an astounding 50-meter length.
FIBBR will also showcase its full line of HDMI cables including 4K models ranging from 1.5-50 meters, capable of delivering true 18Gbps bandwidth for up to 200 meters as special order. All FIBBR cables made with the highest-quality glass fibers, available exclusively from YOFC, the world’s largest fiber producer.
FIBBR’s BendRobust™ technology, featured in all models, provides unrivaled bending capability even in extreme conditions. This level of reliability is extremely important, to ensure that the signal is not lost due to a degraded line. FIBBR’s proprietary technology delivers the power direct from AC coupling, eliminating the need for external power on the receiving end while achieving simple plug and play.
FIBBR is committed to bringing the best AOC innovations to affordable, reliable, easy-to-use consumer products and ensures that its products will deliver exceptional quality over long distances, to best serve a wide variety of home entertainment installations.
FIBBR’s UltraPro 4K model will be featured in the Starke Sound theater presentation in SoundRoom 18.
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