- Manufacturer & Model
- Bridgee MARK Series Fiber Optic 8K HDMI 2.1 Cable
- $199 to $409
Active Fiber Optic for long-run HDMI 2.1 performance, factory built with precision using proprietary processes, nylon sheathing on cable for added protection, passes up to 48Gbps for 8K/60 video.
Bridgee's latest installment is its new flagship cable series called MARK. We put the cable to the test using a variety of tools, giving you all of the information you need to make an informed purchase.
Bridgee's latest installment is its new flagship cable series called MARK. If you’ve shopped for HDMI fiber on Amazon, you might recognize the company's unique name, as they do have a variety of consumer-grade cables for sale. The subject of this review, however, isn’t slated for Amazon sales, and, in fact, it’s so new that it doesn’t have a distribution channel here in North America. Priced from $199 (2M Cable) to $409 (30M Cable), the MARK Series isn't the most expensive on the market. And while you might be thinking it's not cheap, the company's manufacturing processes ensure that you're receiving a cable that's properly constructed.
The big questions are: (1) How do the physical characteristics of the cable impact its usability in various setups? And (2) does it pass the data it's specified to pass?
The answers to those questions and more are in our featured video review.