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Title: Everything You Need To Know About HDMI Cables


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Everything You Need To Know About HDMI Cables
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1. What is HDMI?
  • HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia
    Interface.
  • It uses HD signals frequently to transfer both
    high definition audio and video over a single
    cable.
  • HDMI cable is the most used cable in homes to
    connect devices like digital TV, DVD player,
    BluRay player, Xbox, Playstation, and Apple TV
    with the television.

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2. Meaning of HDMI 1.4, 2.0, and 2.1
  • HDMI 1.4 was released 10 years ago and all HDMI
    cables are manufactured to at least that
    specification.
  • HDMI 1.4 was developed to set certain criteria to
    enable 4K support.
  • HDMI 2.0 was released in 2013 and revised into
    HDMI 2.0a in 2015 and HDMI 2.0b in 2016.
  • HDMI 2.1 was launched in 2018 and is designed to
    support 8K and higher specifications with a
    maximum bandwidth of 48Gbps.

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3. Cable Types According To Speed Factor
  • HDMI cables are grouped together under one of the
    four-speed categories Standard, High Speed,
    Premium High Speed, and Ultra High Speed.
  • Standard is the most basic, and slowest HDMI
    cable.
  • High Speed is over twice as fast as Standard,
    with a minimum bandwidth of 10.2Gbps.

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  • Premium High Speed pushes the bandwidth up to
    18Gbps.
  • Ultra High Speed is the most extreme home theater
    future-proofing. These cables have up to 48Gbps
    bandwidth.
  • If you want to be absolutely sure your cable can
    handle 4K60 video, look for one that has the
    Premium High Speed QR code on the packaging.
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