DVI To HDMI

DVI (Digital Video Interface) was the standard as recently as five years ago. In fact most PC’s and TV’s had DVI but no HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) ports at all. Now, HDMI is pretty much the standard and DVI is taking a back seat and people are converting from DVI to HDMI. Why? Simple; picture quality and screen definition. The best way to look at this is to consider that DVI replaced analog.

We know that analog transmissions had to be converted to digital thus distorting and compromising the quality of the picture, the more translations the more distortion. DVI technologies brought us a sharper picture by addressing the color pixels and line by line clarification of an entire image

Carpet Cleaning ServiceThis proved very beneficial for PC’s that sported the LCD flat screen and for some digital recorders as well. However, DVI technology has limitations and cannot keep up with the demand in the market place for faster, brighter and sharper images. HDMI technologies on the other hand deliver uncompressed audio and video that produces a sharp, clear picture. Also, HDMI had “the big picture” attitude at its conception in that the bandwidth speed (5Gps) is twice what is needed right now and up to 8 digital audio channels thus securing its ability to move into the future at a timely pace.

The other brilliant design feature of the HDMI is it is backwards compatible. Meaning DVI to HDMI is as simple as a cable with DVI at one end and HDMI at the other. These DVI/HDMI cables are readily available and easy to install. Where DVI was once the standard, HDMI has stepped up to the plate and promises to be there for the long haul with increasing amounts of people going from DVI to HDMI.



 

 

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