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AudioQuest® Cherry Cola Active Optical HDMI Cable (20.0M/65'7")-HDMCCOLA20

Model #: HDMCCOLA20
600154
AudioQuest
At a Glance

Cherry Cola Hybrid Active Optical Cable (HAOC) uses a newly developed, highly advanced electro-optical conversion module and four glass-fiber optical conductors to reliably carry 18Gbps data packages.

Price Starting At
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Get to know this product.

Cherry Cola Hybrid Active Optical Cable (HAOC) uses a newly developed, highly advanced electro-optical conversion module and four glass-fiber optical conductors to reliably carry 18Gbps data packages, including 4K Ultra HD and HDR, for distances up to 100ft/30.5m. AudioQuest's sophisticated Noise-Dissipation System combines RF noise-absorbing carbon and directionality-controlled silver-plated conductors to minimize the distortion caused by RF interference, ensuring a fully immersive entertainment experience. Further, for applications that require low-smoke, low-flame characteristics, Cherry Cola uses a plenum-rated jacket.

  • Highly advanced electro-optical conversion module
  • Noise-absorbing carbon
  • Directionality-controlled silver-plated conductors

Newly Developed Electro-Optical Conversion Module

  • The new-generation active circuitry is significantly more reliable than that of earlier Active Optical Cable (AOC) modules, ensuring outstanding performance for applications up to 100ft/30.5m.

AudioQuest has been the most significant cable supplier to the high-end specialist market for many years. With its offerings sold in several thousand outlets in over sixty countries, AudioQuest focuses on delivering excellent value and performance in every product the company develops.

Specifications

Misc. Specs

Type of CableRCA
Manufacture Part NumberHDMCCOLA20
Manufacturer Warranty1 Year
Cord Length (Ft)65.62
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