Well-made, durable cable does the job
Don't be duped by the hype about expensive hdmi cables. Nobody should spend more than this on an hdmi cable. Search for cnet's "why all hdmi cables are the same" articles. Don't believe them? Check consumer reports. Any well-made high speed (c2) hdmi cable will carry 1080p, 3d, 4k -- why do you think you need this? -- video (60hz, 120hz, 240hz tv doesn't matter) and digital audio. The hdmi tmds standard uses two sets of wires to transmit the signal, one out of phase with the other. The receiver inverts one set and combines it with the other, thereby cancelling any in-phase noise that is picked up along the cable, just as balanced audio cable does. If you need extremely long cable, you may need heavier gauge cable. If you move your components around frequently, you may want a more limp cable and you'll have to pay for it. For the usual 6-10ft cable and components that stay put, spend your money on better components or more movies.