I have a 65-inch 4KTV and a 4K Blu Ray disc player which I bought in February of this year. Both are manufactured by Samsung and are HDR capable. I currently have video distortion issues with my TV which may require the TV to either be repaired or replaced despite corrective measures including switching players and video cables. While the tv is repaired or replaced, I am looking at replacing my Audioquest Pearl 4K HDMI cables with better quality cables. I am no expert on HDMI cables, but I am looking for 4K cables that are 4 to 6 feet long, HDR capable, better manufactured, have less signal interference, better coating, better plating, etc. I would assume that their are better quality and more reliable cables out there that would not cost over $100, a price which I consider overkill. To all of you cable experts and enthusiasts out there, could you provide recommendations on well built and reliable 4K HDMI cables that are not overly expensive? Thanks.