SnapAV Debuts B6 Binary HDMI Cables
SnapAV's B6 Binary ultra-flexible HDMI cables with low-profile, gripping connector heads are now shipping. The B6 won the 2012 CEDIA Manufacturer’s Best New Product Award.
Unique to all cables in the line are Griptek (patented gripping technology), low-profile connector heads and pliable cable jackets. The cable heads measure 50 percent shorter than those currently available on the market today, according to the company, helping to save up to 1-inch of depth behind equipment.
The new gripping feature also offers a 40 percent stronger connection than non-gripping HDMI cables.
“Our dealers need premium performance – that’s a given,” says SnapAV senior vice president Adam Levy. “But we also wanted to provide a cable that is easier to work with. What we’ve set out to do with this line is to address challenges that have to do with the form-factor of the cable; and provide a solution that works better for low profile installs and eliminates service calls stemming from cables falling out of components.”
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