The cables are used to commutate DVD players (with modern digital HDMI output), Bluray players, satellite receivers, HD media players with the hard disk, multifunctional and gaming TV consoles and computers to modern LCD and plasma panels, HDTV sets and HD ready TV sets.


SVEN Company presents a new line of cables SVEN BASE HDMI High Speed available in three variants (0.75 m, 1.5 m and 2.5 m long).

The cables transmit interference-free images in 1080p mode and provide the user with basic functions at the lowest price.

The models are made of high-quality copper alloy, they have full-fledged internal shielding and the most popular variants of the length. According to various researches SVEN BASE HDMI High Speed demonstrate the same results as similar products that cost hundreds of dollars due to its alloy, design and proper length. The cables have been produced for those people, who appreciate the cost effectiveness and the quality of accessories for consumer appliances.


  • Compliant with High speed HDMI standard
  • Bandwidth capacity: 10.2 Gbps
  • Color depth: 48 bit
  • Color rendering: xvYCC
  • Automatic video/audio signal synchronization
  • High-purity oxygen-free copper used as conductor
  • Triple shielding protects against interferences

Technical Specifications

Cable type HDMI (male 19 pin) – HDMI (male 19 pin)
Information rate (BitRate) up to 10.2 Gbps
Conductor material copper alloy
Contacts nickel plated
Shielding triple
Isolation polyvinylchloride
Wire gauge 30 AWG (circular)
Package polybag
Length, m 0.75
Life time 2 years

Tests and reviews

BASE High Speed HDMI cables have demonstrated their ability to operate according to High Speed HDMI standard. Their internal construction is of quite high quality – a double shield is available and copper cores by the cross-section correspond to declared values, the only disadvantage is the internal twisted pairs are not shielded in full and the intershield isolation is absent. However, this nuance is lost absolutely against the background of a scanty price and quite qualitative external manufacturing.
Miroslav Babitsky., September 2012.