HDMI

HDMI
HDMI is a standard in the transmission of video and audio signals. An HDMI cable makes it possible to transmit both full HD image and the digital surround sound sound 100% digital between a DVD player and a TV. Today, the HDMI standard is used in many types of multimedia devices, such as DVD and bluray players, gaming consoles, digital satellite receivers, flat screens and projectors. HDMI can also transmit images...

HDMI
HDMI is a standard in the transmission of video and audio signals. An HDMI cable makes it possible to transmit both full HD image and the digital surround sound sound 100% digital between a DVD player and a TV. Today, the HDMI standard is used in many types of multimedia devices, such as DVD and bluray players, gaming consoles, digital satellite receivers, flat screens and projectors. HDMI can also transmit images in full HD resolution as well as audio.

HDMI Fiber

With HDMI 2.1 optical fiber cable, you exceed the 10 meter limit. An optical fiber HDMI cable 2.1 breaks this limit without loss of image or sound quality. These fiber HDMI cables will replace the extender boxes previously used.

The optical HDMI 2.1 with fiber supports the new eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), which means that the sound quality is significantly improved and transmits Sorround 7.1. For it to work, it requires eARC to be supported in both the monitor and the device (the HDMI source). If the case is that the eARC is only supported at one end, the cable will automatically adapt to the ARC standard.

There is a network channel built into the HDMI cable, which allows a single ethernet connection to be shared between compatible devices. However, internet sharing will not work from a regular PC.

Regular HDMI cables use electricity to transmit signals. Fiber optic cables use laser. A fiber optic cable is much better quality than the standard HDMI cables we know. In addition, laser does not suffer from electromagnetic interference (EMI) or radio frequency interference (RFI), as electrical based cables do. As a result, fiber cables have significantly less signal loss and allow for greater distances than traditional HDMI cables.

However, please note that HDMI optical fiber cables are not bidirectional, so there will be "display" on one end and "source" on the other end.

HDMI connector types HDMI A is the standard HDMI connector used in virtually all electronics equipment today. Mini HDMI C Is a mini version of the HDMI A connector. The Mini HDMI C version is used in many newer HD camcorders. Micro HDMI D Is a micro version of the HDMI A connector. The Micro HDMI D version is used in many newer cameras.  


standards:
HDMI 1.0
HDMI 1.1
HDMI 1.2
HDMI 1.2a
HDMI 1.3
HDMI 1.3
HDMI 2.0

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    HDMI-kabel med Ultra-Lock System, 0,5 m

    4K (2160p)
    HDMI 2.0
    Ethernet
    Bandwidth: 100 Mbit
    ARC (Audio Return Channel)
    black | 0.5 meters
    360 ° lock switch system
    Discount on purchase of larger amounts

    Price 199.00 DKK
    Product code: K-ULHDMI-0.5M
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