HDMI cable, its evolution !

HDMI is an acronym for the High Definition Multimedia Interface. The technological development is increasing in relation to the transmission of audio and video. Digital content is becoming more common, and if you can afford it, you can have movie quality audio and video in your home. The  cable was a revolution created in 2003 and its first version in 1.1 allows the transmission of data at a rate of 4.95 Gbps (Gigabit per second). In 2005 alone, there were 1.3 cables with 10.2 Gbps speed for image transmission and support frequencies up to 340 MHz. Since then, the next generation of cables is expected to be able to transmit something around 14.93 Gbps , but these new connectors are still under study. But using the 1.1 and 1.3 cables will depend on the device you have, imagine that the cable is a tube and water, so it is easier to understand.

               If you have a flow and ability to receive this flow, putting a “thin” cable will damage the “fluid” of the water. However, if your sending device is 1.1, it does not matter which receiver puts a 1.3 cable does not change the traffic of the information. In addition to image quality, HDMI 2.0 promises never-before-seen sound with 32 simultaneous channels and up to 1,536,000 Hz of audio streaming. To get an idea, the published CDs have “only” 44,100 Hz and DVDs, on average, 100,000 Hz. When performing the CONNECTION between the devices to be very careful, because an improperly fitted one can damage the connector and even the input, you may be getting HDMI cables or hinged connectors that facilitate handling without damaging the two parts. Cables are the latest innovation in this industry so far, can be found in playstations, Xbox, Blu-ray players, some notebooks and televisions. The cable, in addition to the picture quality and sound superior to the other connections, has a very practical and small adjustment. The cable comes with two types of HDMI-A and HDMI-B connectors. the  type A is very popular because it already comes with a DVI-D compatible connection, only one side needs to be  to work, which increases compatibility and does not have the need for adapters, since the type B HDMI comes with the two tips HDMI and only transmits in high quality, in addition to using the system of double connection, which allows a higher resolution.











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