4K 60Hz isn't anything fancy, it is pretty much the standard now. They are up to HDMI 2.1 that supports 8K (which not many use). The higher the spec number, the higher the bandwidth the cable is able to handle. Pretty much any $10-20 cable you buy will handle normal 4K video/audio.In 10 years I've had exactly 1 HDMI cable fail, that's 12+ TV's and 15-20 cables over 3 properties. The one that failed came with a DVD player and it got replaced with one from a retired bluray player. It does pay to check which HDMI version your equipment uses and make sure the cable matches or exceeds it, some features require the newest cables I think they're up to HDMI 2.0, most stuff in the last 5 years is going to be HDMI 1.4 though unless your running 4k 60hz or something fancy.