BlueRigger In-Wall High Speed HDMI Cable - 50 Feet (15 M) - CL3 Rated - Supports 4K, Ultra HD, 3D, 1080p, Ethernet and Audio Return (Latest Standard)
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BlueRigger(TM) High Speed HDMI Cables are premium quality cables for your gaming or home theater setup.
Compatible with latest HDTV technologies
BlueRigger cables are fully certified to support the latest & advanced HDMI features.
Backwards Compatible with Previous HDMI Standards
The cable is backwards compatible with all previous HDMI standards, so you'll be able to use this cable with all your HDMI devices. When you connect two devices with different HDMI standards, they will automatically find the best available connection.
Quality Picture and Sound
- CL3 Rated for in-wall installations
- Supports 3D, Ethernet and Audio Return
- Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i Resolutions
- Works with all HDTVs, Blu-ray players, Xbox 360, PS3 and other HDMI devices
- HDCP Compliant
- Full metal jacket connector provides strength, durability and prevents interference as compared to other cables
- Supports True HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio
All BlueRigger HDMI cables are backed by a 1 year warranty. Please contact us via email if you have any questions.
Most helpful customer reviews
238 of 244 people found the following review helpful.
This cable delivers...learn from my mistakes.
By Sanjay Kurichh
I bought this cable after determining that the 10 meter Binary B5 Standard Speed with Ethernet HDMI cable that was installed by a "professional" in my home theater didn't push 1080p with Deep Color. I got blinks of random static and flickers, to no output on occassion, at 1080p with Deep Color turned on in my PS3. I had to either drop 1080p, or drop Deep Color to make it work. It took me a few months of buying a new blu ray player, then buying a new receiver, then swapping various cables before I came to the sad conclusion that the 30+ foot IN WALL (no conduit) run of HDMI cable was the problem. I confronted my installer, who told me this...
"It is well known across the AV industry that NO cable is High-Speed after 10 feet.".
-Randy Johnson, President, Pure Audio, Richmond, VA.
He is WRONG. He also gouged me for $200 bucks on that cable. Hard lessons were learned.
I have a Denon 2312CI receiver, a Sony PS3 Slim for my Blu Ray, and a Panasonic 65" VT30 Plasma TV.
I ran this $23 35 foot Blue Rigger cable across the floor to my TV, and my PS3, which never even showed 3D resolutions in the list of possible outputs at ALL, now went up to 1080p with 3D with the Deep Color turned ON. No flickers, no static, just a beautiful picture.
Now I am stuck having to rip apart my newly finished home theater walls to redo what some prick (who won't replace the old or install the new cable--i.e. your problem, not mine) screwed up.
Lessons for everyone:
1. Do not use anything less than High Speed cable with Ethernet. This cable works great for only $23 bucks.
2. Don't trust your AV installer, he is feeding on the ignorance of the general public regarding HDMI cables. Cheap cables work just as well or better than the expensive ones.
3. If you are doing a hometheater in your house during it's construction, RUN THE WIRES YOURSELF, and USE CONDUIT IF POSSIBLE. You will do as good a job or better, and save yourself a lot of money and aggravation.
4. If you live in Richmond and you are considering having an installer prewire, DO NOT use Pure Audio.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Good for running in-wall
By Amazon Customer
This is a good cable for running in an enclosed wall.
Why use CL-Rated cable?
The main reason I'd recommend spending a little more to get the CL rated cable is not because it's going to give you a better signal, but because it means the manufacturer has tested the cable to meet the standards necessary to run in wall. HDMI signals aren't high power so it's highly unlikely they would cause a fire, but if you ever did have a fire you don't want to deal with an insurance company saying they won't compensate for damages because they found the wrong cabling in the wall. To me, that's the value equation you have to apply when considering running cable in an enclosed wall.
Why use this particular cable?
The cable itself is pliable and i didn't have any problems with kinking. I don't know the exact dimension of the plugs, but I used a 5/8 spade bit to drill my holes and I was able to pass the connector through. It's a snug fit through there, so if you're planning to run other cable in the same holes, I'd suggest running this HDMI cable first, then any other cabling. The plugs come with plastic guards on the end which helps keep drywall mud out of the connector - something to consider depending on your application.
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Beware: does not work with 4k content
For about a year I had a 1080p receiver connected to a 1080p TV with this cable and it worked great, last week I upgraded my TV to a 4k model (LG OLED65C7P) and everything was still fine (1080p signal to a new 4k TV). This week I upgraded my receiver to a 4K receiver (Denon X4300H) and sent 4k content over the cable for the first time, the result was constantly cutting out signal, snow on the screen and generally just not working. I ran a new cable (a giant PITA through the walls) and everything worked fine again at 4k. There were no kinks or anything wrong with the BluRigger cable, it just suffered signal loss and audio dropouts with 4k content including using ARC.