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BaiYoug 4K High Speed HDMI Cable 4FT(1.2M), HDMI 2.0 Cord Compatible with Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox, 18Gbps, [email protected], 3D, Ethernet, ARC, HDR for PS3, Playstation 4 Pro, Xbox One to TV, Monitor

Size:4 ft

High-Speed 4K HDMI Cable 4FT/1.2M, Convenient Solution for Life!

High Resolution:

Supports UHD [email protected](3840 X [email protected]), 2K, 1440P, Full HD 1080P, 720P.

High Speed HDMI 2.0:

Latest HDMI 2.0b standard significantly increases the bandwidth up to 18Gbps, as well as being backward compatible with
previous standards HDMI 1.4, 1.3 & 1.2.
Supports Ethernet, 3D, 4K video and Audio Return Channel (ARC), HDCP 2.2, 48-bit Deep Color, 32 audio channels, Dolby 7.1
and wide angle 21: 9 video image formats.

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HDMI cable enables you to transmit high-resolution sound formats, Ethernet & Audio Return Channel - Eliminate all network &
audio cables between devices,High-Speed HDMI 2.0 cable significantly extends bandwidth of up to 18 Gbps. Enjoy HD video
and digital audio combined into one cable with the Ethernet-ready High-Speed HDMI Cable from Capshi.

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Use thicker 28AWG wire to make sure enabling 18Gbps bandwidth required for all HDMI 2.0 features.
Gold-plated, corrosion-resistant connectors transmit optimal signal transfer with lower distortion.

Anytime, anywhere easily play your Playstation 4 (PS4), Playstation 3 (PS3), Xbox One S, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Swtich,
WII, Wii U, Blu-Ray Players, TV Box, TV Stick or other HDMI device on your big-screen HDTV or monitor.

Package Includes:

1x 4 Feet high-speed HDMI cable


LEARNING CENTER: HDMI Cables With Ethernet

WiFi has added tremendous flexibility to our lives; we’re able to stay connected virtually anywhere we go. However, it certainly has its drawbacks, particularly when compared with a wired network. Data transfer speeds are slower, reliability can be questionable, and the number of users on the network can have a major impact on performance.

These issues can make relying on WiFi connectivity a major issue if your high-definition television, video gaming console or Blu-Ray player need to be hooked up to the Internet. And running supplemental Ethernet cables to all of your devices can be a logistical nightmare.

High Speed HDMI Cable

Thankfully, the group responsible for creating and revising standards for HDMI – the universally accepted method of connecting devices for the transfer of high-definition signals – came up with the answer when it released HDMI Version 1.4 in 2009. These new standards (which also mandated support for higher video resolutions, deeper color, 3D video and an audio return channel) provided for the optional addition of an HDMI Ethernet channel (known as HEC) in HDMI cables. The Ethernet channel can carry data between two connected devices, allowing them to share a wired Internet connection.

The Ethernet portion of an HDMI cable is lightning fast. It can support 100 Mb/sec of duplex bandwidth, exactly what you need for a reliable, high-speed Internet connection whether you’re importing high-definition video or playing the very latest video games available online.

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This innovation was designed to solve the problem of having to rely on Wi-Fi when hooking up an Ethernet-over-HDMI-ready HDTV or gaming system. An red HDMI cable would already be connected to the device in order to transfer video and audio signals, and now it could also be used for online connectivity – no muss, no fuss, no WiFi, and no additional cables to run.

All HDMI versions since then have included standards for Ethernet connectivity, but that doesn’t mean all HDMI cables can provide it. Here’s what you need to know in order to choose the right cable for your needs.

HDMI Basics

We’ve covered the subject of HDMI Cables in more detail elsewhere in our Learning Center, but here’s a quick refresher before we get into the specifics of cables with Internet capability.

HDMI stands for "high-definition multimedia interface", and since it was first introduced in the early 21st century it has become the worldwide standard for the transfer of digital video and audio signals for nearly all media applications. (It is much less commonly-used for computer applications.) The latest versions of HDMI can handle the extremely high speeds required by today’s video applications, deliver 4K and 3D high-definition signals in perfect digital quality, transmit up to 32 channels of surround-sound audio, support anti-privacy signals – in short, it does everything you could possibly need for a home theater or A/V system, all in a single cable.

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One of the beauties of HDMI is that the standards have been designed to be backwards compatible. In other words, you usually don’t need new cables to work with equipment that features a newer version of HDMI. There are two important considerations you need to be aware of, though.

An older HDMI cable will work fine with your brand-new HDTV. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll get optimal performance, because video standards have changed greatly over the years. Today’s high-definition video signals require the transfer of more information, transmitted at higher speeds, than “old” TVs ever did. That means that modern HDMI cables used for 1080p or 4K high-definition displays must have higher data capacity and support higher speeds than in the past, in order to display the amazing picture quality you expect. Older HDMI cables will still give you a nice picture, but are really built for and best suited for earlier model televisions. For that reason, you will see two general categories of HDMI cables on the market: standard (also called Category 1) and high-speed (Category 2). Standard HDMI cables, designed for older displays, are usually suitable for 1080p but are really rated for 1080i and below. High-speed HDMI cables can handle anything you can throw at them.

We’ve already mentioned that not all HDMI cables provide Ethernet capability. So while an older HDMI cable should work fine if you connect it to an Ethernet-over-HDMI capable device, it won’t automatically give you an Internet signal. You need an HDMI cable that has Ethernet built into it, in order to get your system online. That means there are really four categories of HDMI cables on the market: standard, standard with Ethernet, high-speed, and high-speed with Ethernet.

The bottom line is that before purchasing an HDMI cable, you need to first figure out whether you need a standard or high-speed cable, and then decide whether you will need Ethernet capability. Choosing a cable with Ethernet does add to the price, but only slightly.

Who Needs HDMI Cables With Ethernet?

First, an important disclaimer. For the Ethernet connection to work properly, you must be connecting two devices which each support Ethernet over HDMI (they’ll be labeled HEC compatible), and not many do just yet. In many ways, you are planning for the future as much as for the present when buying an HDMI cable with Ethernet. Here are the ways these forward-looking cables can work, though.

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Perhaps the most popular use would be for connecting an HDTV or monitor with a gaming console like an Xbox One or PlayStation 4. A fast and reliable Internet connection is essential for live gaming against other online players, and is even necessary for downloading updates or new software. Instead of having to run two Ethernet cables, one to an Internet-ready television and a second to the game console, the same connection could be shared on the cable already running between the two components.

Another possibility is connecting a Blu-ray player to a high-definition monitor or television. Many people already use separate cables to receive Internet programming on their Blu-ray device and then send it to their HDTV; because the TV and Blu-Ray will already be connected via HDMI cable, no additional connection between the two devices would be needed.

The home entertainment world changes quickly, with new technologies appearing so rapidly that it’s almost impossible for a consumer to anticipate what might be needed in the future. For an extra dollar or two over the price of regular cables, HDMI cables with Ethernet are a great investment to accommodate the equipment that’s probably already on its way.

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Set up your new PlayStation®4 console

Learn how to set up your PS4™ console for the first time, update the system software and connect to PlayStation™Network.

Connect PS4 console to a TV

  1. Insert one end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI OUT port on the rear of the PlayStation 4.
  2. Insert the other end of the HDMI cable into the HDMI input on your display device.
  3. Insert the power cable into the AC IN connector on the rear of the PlayStation 4.
  4. Safely insert the power plug into a mains electrical outlet.

If you will be connecting your PlayStation 4 to the Internet via a wired connection, you can now connect an Ethernet cable between the LAN port on the rear of the PlayStation 4 and your router or modem.

Update PS4 system software

Before you can access any online features of the PlayStation 4, the system software needs to be updated to the latest version. System software updates begin downloading automatically as soon as they are available, and an on-screen notification will inform you when it is ready to install.

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Start playing online with PS4 

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You can stream a variety of games and download PS4 games with a PlayStation™Now  Subscription.

Which HDMI Cable for 4K HDR Gaming on PS4 Pro \u0026 Xbox One X?
So I only have 1 ethernet cable going to my entertainment system and its a huge pain in the ass to run a second or third one. I was looking at HDMI cable with ethernet and I understand how they work and I do have a smart tv and I was just wondering if anyone here has tested this and if so how well does it work and how do you set it up?

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have you ever tried the wireless internet option ?

my smart tv and ps4 and ps3 use a wireless connection 2 floors above the modem/router,. while i have a long 25-50ft ethernet for the PC.

i dont understand how an HDMI gives an internet connection being plugged in from system to tv. is there an HDMI port on your router or something ?

You'd think that the industry would have reached Nirvana by now with all these spiritual successors

CRIMSON_XIII posted...
have you ever tried the wireless internet option ?

my smart tv and ps4 and ps3 use a wireless connection 2 floors above the modem/router,. while i have a long 25-50ft ethernet for the PC.

I have and do use wireless and I have a pretty good router however when my PS4 is hooked up to wireless I get 15mbps and if I am hooked up to ethernet I get anywhere from 90mbps to 111mbps.

With the newish HDMI cables you connect the ethernet cable to your smart tv and the hdmi cable has built in optic cables for ethernet and can transfer the connection between devices.

PSN:SassyBran, NID:6729-5868-8174(SassyBran), GT:ComradeBoomBoom, Steam: Xilithion, Discord: SassyBran.

Pretty sure the ps4's hdmi port is 1.2 at best.

Kai_Laguna posted...
Pretty sure the ps4's hdmi port is 1.2 at best.


PSN:SassyBran, NID:6729-5868-8174(SassyBran), GT:ComradeBoomBoom, Steam: Xilithion, Discord: SassyBran.

I thought PS4's HDMI port was 1.4, but am not certain.

If you already have a line going to your entertainment system, why not just add a network switch?

Kino posted...
If you already have a line going to your entertainment system, why not just add a network switch?

This. Just get a gigabit switch and you're set.

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So you're running the ethernet to your PS4 and hope the HDMI can be used as a passthrough so your TV gets it's internet from your PS4? I doubt the PS4 has the software support needed to share it's ethernet and HDMI inputs this way. PC's can, but they do have the support - even then it needs to be specially enabled.

What I'd suggest is either a repeater for wifi (assuming signal strength is the problem) or a simple ethernet junction box (which are very cheap as they're ancient tech) somewhere near your TV. You'll need to cut 2 short ethernet leads, but that's also pretty easy.


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  • 3D transmission due to extended bandwidth
  • Integrated channel for transmitting network data with up to 100 Mbit/s
  • High speed transmission of up to 10.2 Gbit/s for all image and sound standards with a bandwith of 340 MHz and more
  • Gold-plated contacts with low contact resistance for secure signal transmission
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Design (Colour, Pattern, Motif, Series)

Product DivisionGaming
Shade of colourBlue

Connectivity (Connection)

ConnectionHDMI™ Plug
Data Transfer Rate10.2 Gbit/s


Size & Weight

Bandwidth340 MHz
Length2.5 m

Electrospecific Properties

Max. Resolution4k (4096 x 2160)
Type of ShieldingTriple Shielded

Field of Application

Physical Properties

Additional Functions3D Transmission, HDMI™ Ethernet Channel (HEC), HDTV-suitable
IntegratedAudio Return Channel (ARC)
Special FeatureGold-Plated/Textile cable
VersionHigh Speed with Ethernet

More product information

  • For transmitting HD signals from a console to a television
  • For transmitting compressed and uncompressed digital audio signals like 8 PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS, True-HD, dts-hd
  • For transmitting digital images with a resolution of up to 4096 x 2160p
  • Triple shielded lines for reducing external electromagnetic interference
  • Realistic colours due to perfect colour space transmission (30/36/48 bits)
  • Extended colour space
  • CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) for data exchange and control of the connected devices
  • High speed HDMI™ with Ethernet standard (downward compatible with all HDMI™ standards)

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