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Solid, smooth functioning cable

  • Nov 5, 2010
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This is a sturdy high speed HD interface cable. Works fine for HDMI connections and includes ethernet capability. It comes with protective covers for the cable tips so they don't get damaged when not in use. Amazon has a useful product here, as there aren't that many choices for HDMI cables at a typical electronics store, while Amazon has produced multiple models of cables to fit the needs of customers making A/V connections.

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The AmazonBasics High-Speed HDMI Flat Cable with Ethernet provides a one-cable solution for many of your home entertainment needs. This versatile cable provides high-definition quality for movies, TV, and games, plus all the benefits of home entertainment networking. You can use this 9.8-foot (3.0 Meter) cable to connect your HDTV to your cable box, satellite dish, Blu-ray player, and more, and experience quality audio and video (up to 1080p) from your home theater. Additionally, the cable allows you to share an Internet connection among multiple devices without the need for a separate Ethernet cable.

Check your device manuals to make sure you have the right connectors.

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   According to HDMI, version numbers reflect capabilities, but do not correspond to product features. In other words, HDMI does not require manufacturers to implement everything that HDMI can do. HDMI provides a menu of capabilities and allows the manufacturer to choose which of those features make sense for its product line.

   For example, if you want the new video features called Deep Color, look for Deep Color in the feature set rather than HDMI 1.3, the version of the specification that enabled Deep Color. Why? Because the version of the specification that enables Deep Color (1.3) does not mandate that Deep Color functionality be implemented.

   As a result, HDMI strongly recommends that consumers look for products with the features ...
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