10ft HDMI V1.4 cable with gold-plated connectors, good for PS3, Xbox, PC, Bluray Player, Multimedia Player!.
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HDMI version 1.4 is HERE and IN STOCK NOW!
These are the latest in HDMI cable technology as specified by www.hdmi.org.
New devices hitting the market will have HDMI and Ethernet combined into the HDMI port.
Why continue to buy version 1.3 cables when you can future-proof your cabling now?
These cables are completely backward compatible with all of your 1.3 applications.
They will work with all existing PS3, BluRay DVD, XBox 360 Elite and Arcade consoles, HDTV boxes, and HDTV satellite receivers, and more.
Then, in the near future, they will work for your next generation of HDMI 1.4 devices that require Ethernet Channel in the cable.
- Gold-plated connectors for highest signal transfer rate and resistance in corrosion
- With magnetic loops
- Connector Type : HDMI 1.4 Type A 19-pin Male to HDMI 1.4 Type A 19-pin Male
- Supports 3D and ARC
- Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 2160p resolution
- Dolby True HD and DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable
- A premium high performance quality HDMI-HDMI cable suitable for use in HDTV, Home Theater, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and business class projector based applications
- Plug and play
- Cable Length : 3m / 10ft
- HDMI Ethernet Channel
Adds a data channel to the HDMI cable and will enable high-speed bi-directional communication. Connected devices that include this feature will be able to send and receive via 100 Mb/sec Ethernet, making them instantly ready for any IP-based application.
The HDMI Ethernet Channel will allow an Internet-enabled HDMI device to share its Internet connection with other HDMI devices without the need for a separate Enternet cable. The
new feature will also provide the connection platform to allow HDMI-enabled devices to share content between devices.
- Audio Return Channel
The new specification adds an audio channel that will reduce the number of cables required to deliver audio "upstream" from a TV to an A/V receiver for processing and playback. In cases where a TV featuresan internal content source, such as a built-in tuner or DVD player, the Audio Return Channel allows the TV to send audio data upstream to the A/V receiver via the HDMI cable, eliminating the need for an extra cable
The 1.4 version of the specification defines common 3D formats and resolutions for HDMI-enabled devices, enabling 3D gaming and other 3D video applications. The specification standardizes theinput/output portion of the home 3D system, facilitating 3D resolutions up to dual-stream 1080p. Supports many 3D techniques: Full side-by-side, Half side-by-side, Frame alternative Field alternative, Line alternative , Left + Depth, Left + Depth + Gfx + Gfx Depth
- 4K Resolution Support
Enables HDMI devices to support high-definition (HD) resolutions foru times beyond the resolution of 1080p. Support for 4K will allow the HDMI interface to transmit content at the same resolution as many digital theaters. Formats supported include: 3840 x 2160 24Hz/25Hz/30Hz, 4096 x 2160 24Hz
- Expanded Support For Color Spaces
Supports color spaces designed specifically for digital still cameras. By supporting sYCC601, Adobe RGB and AdobeYCC601, HDMI-enabled display devies will be capabie of reproducing more accurate life-like colors when connected to a digital still camera
Supports digital still camera (DSC) - specific color spaces
Enables HDTV's to reproduce the rich, natural, lifelike colors from digital still cameras (DSC)
Enables consistency and accuracy between DSCs and HDTV
- Backwards Compatibility
Backwards compatible with existing HDMI products that requires older HDMI cables
What is HDMI and why do I need it ?
Over the past few years, HDMI has become the standard audio and video connection for high-definition home theater gear.
Most new High Definition televisions have at least two HDMI inputs, and gadgets such as DVRs, DVD players, Blu-ray players, game consoles (Play Station, XBOX etc…) , and computers feature HDMI outputs to deliver audio and video.
Having a single cable handling both images and sound has the potential to make home theaters much simpler, but that's not always the case.
Faced with complex standards (HDMI 1.2 vs. 1.3), confusing buzzwords (Deep Color), and exorbitantly priced cables (Monster), many buyers may be tempted to throw up their hands and stick with the analog cables they know.
Don't worry, all you need to know is that our cables are as good as the most expensive out there and that there is no reason that you should pay more! HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and that's a pretty accurate description of what it is.
HDMI is a type of digital connection that's capable of transmitting high-definition video and high-resolution audio over a single cable.
To do the same thing with analog cables, you'd need to connect three component-video cables plus six analog audio cables--that's a whole lot of cable clutter. HDMI is typically used to connect a high-definition device--such as an HD DVR--to an HDTV.
To make the connection, you simply put one end of the cable into the HDTV's HDMI input slot and the other end into the device's HDMI output slot.
And that's it--just one cable and you're all set for the high-definition experience. If you have an AV receiver, just put it in the middle of the signal chain.
The output of the AV receiver goes to the HDTV and you connect your high-definition device(s) to the AV receiver's input
1 x 3m / 10ft Version 1.4 HDMI Male Type A to HDMI Male Type A Cable (White)