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HDMI Cable Technology

HDMI cables or, High Definition Multimedia Interface cables, are the audiovisual cables of today's high-tech television industry. HDMI cables carry high definition video and digital audio channels on a single line. HDMI was first introduced to the entertainment industry in 2003, but only a very small number of products actually utilized the technology. Entertainment equipment has finally has caught up with HDMI technology and it is now the cable of choice. HDMI is simply the best and has no equal! If you have equipment that utilizes HDMI technology, it is defiantly worth investing a few bucks in HDMI cables.

HDMI Cables

HDMI cables have the power to deliver extremely large amounts of digital information between two sources. HDMI cables utilize a 5Gbps bandwidth which gives them the ability to stream high definition video. It is also capable of putting out a 24-bit digital audio signal that is uncompressed, and has zero conversion time.

When purchasing HDMI cables a $30 cable is just as good as a $100 cable. The differences between the two are so insignificant that the human eye can not even detect them. Try to keep the length of the cable to a minimal, we recommend no longer that 6?.


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Analog vs. HDMI

Analog cables are the most widely used method for delivering sound picture signals to the average household today. There are three basic analog cables that are available, the composite, the S-Video, and the Component. The analog cable that produces the best picture quality is the Component cable. The problem with even the best analog cable is that the digital video or sound signals being transmitted must be converted into analog, before it can travel through the cable. And before it can being to re-convert back into digital form at the receiving end. This process can interfere with the signal distorting it and causing a loss of output quality, which produces a less than perfect picture.

With HDMI cables there is no conversion process, eliminating any chance for degradation of signal and giving a crystal clear perfect picture every time!

Component vs. HDMI

Component cables break up the picture signal into 3 independent cables that are linked as a signal cable. Each one of the three cables has its own designated color, Red, Blue, and Green. Component cables (Analog) produce impressive picture and sound quality however that just can not compete with the %100 digital HDMI cables.

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