FIBBR 8K HDMI Cable 3 FT, Certified 48Gbps High Speed Braided HDMI 2.1 Cable 8K@60hz 4K@120hz/144Hz Dynamic HDR eARC HDCP 2.2&2.3 Compatible with…

(11 customer reviews)


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  • 【Certified HDMI 2.1 Cable】FIBBR certified 8k HDMI 2.1 cable complies with the HDMI 2.1 standard and supports a range of higher video resolutions, refresh rate up to 8K@60Hz, 4K@120Hz/144Hz, HDCP 2.2 2.3, Dynamic HDR. Fully compatible with HDMI 2.0b/2.0a/2.0/1.4/1.3/1.2/1.1 version. Please make sure your devices support 8K.
  • 【Universal Compatibility】This 8K HDMI cable is perfect for gamers, maximizing the power of your graphics card and CPU for smoother, stutter-free gaming. Maximize your gameplay performance. Compatible with your streaming devices, TV, CD/DVD/Blu-ray players, PS5/4/3, Xbox One Series, or other Monitors/Displays.
  • 【48Gbps High-Speed HDMI 2.1 Cable】48Gbps bandwidth for latest features Dynamic HDR, eARC, HDCP 2.2 & 2.3, DTS:X, ALLM, QMS, QFT, DTS, CEC, VRR, etc. Plug and play, it’s an ideal companion for home theaters, game centers, and conference rooms. Enjoy a visual feast like 3D theater!
  • 【High quality & Durable】The HDMI 2.1 cable is made of high-quality materials and the durable nylon braided design makes it extremely durable and can withstand more than 30,000+/180 degree bends lifespan. And there are multiple shields to minimize interference and ensure more stable signal transmission.
  • 【Premium Customer Service Support】Every function is tested to ensure you get the best audio and video experience. Choose this 8K HDMI cable from FIBBR, enjoy an unconditional Lifetime Warranty and 24/7 Customer Service. Please feel free to contact us once you have any questions.
Package Dimensions

9.09 x 6.46 x 0.75 inches, 2.89 Ounces

Date First Available

February 16, 2022



Country of Origin


11 reviews for FIBBR 8K HDMI Cable 3 FT, Certified 48Gbps High Speed Braided HDMI 2.1 Cable 8K@60hz 4K@120hz/144Hz Dynamic HDR eARC HDCP 2.2&2.3 Compatible with…

  1. Avatar of David Kenyon

    David Kenyon

    Well made cable

  2. Avatar of Joan Harding

    Joan Harding

    Great cable to add all your equipment to your TV

  3. Avatar of galavanter


    A few days ago I bought a 15 ft HDMI cable from a nearby big box store. I wanted to watch movies from my laptop to my Sony TV. It works fine but man it’s thick and cumbersome. I didn’t like it hanging off my laptop (On my lap it would pull out slightly, enough to disconnect, due to the weight of the rest of the cable) and it felt like I should have orange safety cones in my living room.

    So here I am. This just arrived and it’s just what I was looking for… I didn’t know optical HDMI cables existed until I started shopping for a “thin” one. HDMI 2.1 meant nothing to me but now I have it. The price is right, it’s packaged great, and I already have faith in it’s functionality. Don’t forget it’s directional. Plug end marked “1” into laptop and “2” into TV.

    The pic shows original thick cable on top, this optical plugged in, and the MagSafe to USB C that goes to the charger on a 2021 14″ MBP for further comparison. This optical HDMI cable is thin and flexible, and was only a few dollars more than the thick 2.0. I say go for it.

  4. Avatar of Brink


    Great cable, awesome value. Note this is thicker and less bendable than typical HDMI cables so while it (probably) provides good shielding it won’t be ideal for tight turns

  5. Avatar of Darkside Hero

    Darkside Hero

    I use this cable to connect my gaming PC (RTX3090) to my LG C2 OLED.
    So far, all features work without issue. 4k@120hz VRR HDR 10-Bit Color
    I’ve had no issues with the video signal however, I haven’t tried eARC using this cable.
    One important thing to note is that this cable is directional! I recommend using a label to mark the output.

  6. Avatar of Jean


    While reconfiguring my home theater connection, I decided to change the HDMI cable, which is about 15 feet long.
    Up until now, I used a very stiff, thick, old, and quite expensive HDMI cable to connect, but this HDMI cable was so stiff and tight that it came off by itself when I moved the device. Then I found the Fiber Optic HDMI cable below on Amazon.
    [8K HDMI Cable 15FT/5M, FIBBR 48Gbps High Speed HDMI 2.1 Cable 8K@60Hz, 4K@120Hz/144Hz eARC HDR HDCP 2.2 & 2.3, Slim Fiber Optic Cable Compatible with HDTV/PS5/Blu-ray].
    Ordered and to my surprise it arrived the very next day.
    I was very surprised after receiving the item. This cable is soft and the thickness is thinner than the RCA audio cable I was using, so it was great to connect devices and organize the wires.
    But on the other hand, I was a little worried about whether this cable would come out well. I am not an expert on the performance of cables and there is no way to measure their performance.
    First, I unplugged the old HDMI cable and connected a new one.
    The clear video of the 77-inch LG OLED TV screen came out, and I could hear the sound through the speakers and subwoofer connected to the home theater.
    With more than 50 years of experience and feeling, I compared the HDMI cable I was using before with the Fiber Optic hdmi cable I bought.
    Not a numerical comparison of the results from the meter, but the new Fiber Optic hdmi cable I bought, which I can now feel with my eyes and ears, is much cleaner and the sound is particularly powerful for my ears with no loss across the entire range!
    At this point, it’s not uncommon to find 16-foot high-end fiber optic HDMI cables that cost over $100.
    With this cable I bought for less than $30, I wondered why I needed this cable with such a luxurious reputation.
    I can feel the clear video image and lossless sound across all ranges of treble and bass, and there are no other conditions as long as there is no difficulty in installation.
    After all, it is my sense to enjoy the video screen or sound rather than the digital numbers displayed on the measuring device.
    I would like to give +++ to 5 stars.

  7. Avatar of Siva9


    Perfect product, using it with my Samsung 85inch QLED eARC, to my Samsung Q-Symphony 990B soundbar, amazing sound output.
    I will recommend this cable who want to listen some quality Dolby atmos.
    Reasonable price tag.

  8. Avatar of EsQueue


    I ended up returning my purchase as my normal cabled did the job. I did, however, get the 25 feet version of this cable for my uncle who has his receiver on the other side of his room as his TV. If you didn’t know, 25 feet is too long for normal HDMI cables, and he had lots of issues with his old cable. I couldn’t activate 120 FPS or HDR with his original cable. With this cable, I managed to get a 120 Hz 4k HDR 5.1 signal from his receiver with no problems.

  9. Avatar of F. LUGO

    F. LUGO

    Got 10m hdmi and tested on Denon X3800H. Passed 4/5 times. Which was similar to a Ruipro Gen3 I already have that has some occasional drop outs. Will try this cable out for a bit, update review once it’s had fair shake.

  10. Avatar of HFD Construction

    HFD Construction

    A very good item with the speed a superb viewer end result

  11. Avatar of Matt Pritchard

    Matt Pritchard

    After getting a 4K LG OLED TV, running @ 120hz with Gsync, and Media Center PC running an RTX 3070, I discovered that the only way to drive the TV at it’s full capabilities (120hz @ 4K) without resorting to some sort of display compression that sacrifices picture clarity, was with a 48Gbps 8K HDMI 2.1 Cable.

    The next step down is an 18Gbps HDMI 2.0b, which can only drive 4K @ a max 60hz without compression.

    Every Single 48Gbps HDMI cable I could find was THICK, which it turns out is necessary to carry the higher frequency signal on copper wires. I have a lot of cables routed around and bundled though rather small conduits, and whenever possible use as thin a cable as possible

    Enter Fiber Optic cables. They can support 48Gbps while keeping thin, but there aren’t many out there – most are very long (100′ +) and very expensive.

    This one looked too good to be true – a real 48Gbps cable that’s thin, short and cheap. I ordered one, swapped the firehose sized 2.1 cable out for it, and song of a gun .. It Just Worked.

    I’m running 120 Hz @ 4K no problem with an 8-bit uncompressed signal (I haven’t tried getting 10-bit/HDR working yet). And its nice and thin – perfect for the small conduit I have.

    Happy! Happy! Happy!

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