HDMI cables

A HDMI cables (High Definition Multimedia Interface) cable replaces the traditional and common usage alternatives for consumer analog choices such as VGA (video graphics array was the first display hardware for computers), radio frequency or RF (uses alternating electrical currents transmitted through the air to detect radio waves), coaxial cable (a common transmission line for carrying radio frequencies), SCART (a standard 21 point video connector cable), component video (carries more than one analog signal without audio), D-terminal (designed specifically for digital satellite tuners, used on most Japanese electronics), S-Video (a video cable connector that uses two signals luma and chroma) and composite video (a connector that brings the picture only to standard television).

The fact that HDMI cables provide a single use cable for any PC or TV (including 3D TV) makes it extremely popular and that it is independent of digital TV standards like ATSC and DVB which in turn used MPEG video streams. Carpet Cleaning Service

The great thing here is MPEG can be decoded and used on HDMI as a uncompressed video stream. HDMI arrived on the market in 2003 and while the average consumer might have missed it the computer companies have come on board in record numbers. HDMI is now a standard in most HDTV camcorders and digital cameras.

The other unique aspect of HDMI Cables is that while there are versions of each specification differentiated by numbers it is still the same cable thus increasing its appeal in the electronics market. Bottom line: the consumer wants higher definition, better resolution and user friendly electronic devices and that’s exactly what you get with HDMI.



 

 

HDMI cables