Norman Audio

Kimber Kable HD-09e HDMI Cable

Handcrafted in the USA

Kimber’s entry-level HD09e HDMI cable with Ethernet-carrying capability can handle all the signals you can throw at it. From 4K, HDR to the latest HLG .
The new cable is built to Kimber’s exacting standards and our tests have confirmed that it offers a substantial upgrade over the standard cable commonly supplied with your kit DVD or Blu-ray player or set-top box, allowing clearer and more detailed images and fuller, more natural sound.

HD09e is a High Speed, 3D capable HDMI cable, supporting pictures up to 1440p and is Deep Colour compatible. It supports Dolby Tru-HD, 7.1 lossless PCM audio and DTS MasterAudio HD. It is available in lengths up to 2.5m.

The need for Ethernet
Many of the latest generation TVs, Blu-ray Disc players and Home Cinema amps can be connected to the internet for video and audio streaming services – they are ‘networked’.

Kimber’s new HD09e HDMI cables are ‘network-enabled’ which means only one component needs to be connected to your modem or router. Assuming your equipment is ‘HDMI Ethernet Channel-enabled’, the HDMI cable then carries the signal through to the other components allowing them to communicate to the outside world.

HDMI 2.0 a/b support
The advanced design of the HD-09e is such, that it supports the most up to date version of the HDMI specification. So it’ll handle the latest 4K (or UHD) resolution, HDR and multi channel audio formats just fine.The latest revision of the HDMI specification applies to hardware only. So if you find you can’t play for example 4K@50/60 (2160p) then it’s likely your hardware will need upgrading or a new firmware update to support that resolution.


  • Up to 1440p
  • 3D capable
  • Deep Colour
  • High Speed 10.2 Gbps
  • Dolby Tru-HD
  • 7.1 Lossless PCM Audio
  • DTS Master Audio HD
  • 120Hz & 240Hz compatible
  • Ethernet channel
  • Multi-layered shield
  • Audio return channel
  • Slim 5mm cable diameter
  • True pin to pin termination
  • 32 gauge copper signal conductors
  • Dual density nitrogen injected dielectric

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