Wireworld Debuts HDMI 2.0 Cables Up to 65-Feet in Length
Wireworld Cable Technology unveils six levels of HDMI 2.0 cables in lengths ranging from 1 foot to 65 feet.
Wireworld Cable Technology announces the development of long length cables that support the full 18Gbps speed of HDMI 2.0. These cables feature a new generation of active technology that provides compatibility with the new HDMI 2.0 features, including HDCP 2.2 and HDR video. This updated cable line includes six performance levels and lengths ranging from 1 foot to 65 feet.
“HDMI 2.0 can make fantastic improvements in video quality, but the new capabilities require more data than you can get through 10.2 gigabit rated HDMI cables,” comments Wireworld’s David Salz, “Our new long cables surpass the new 18 gigabit requirement to ensure compatibility and maximize performance.”
Wireworld HDMI cables are known for their flat profile as well as their patented and proprietary conductor geometry that enables some models to provide full 18G performance at lengths of up to 7 meters without an active circuit. That parameter reflects the speed of the patented DNA Helix design, which is about 20 percent faster than the conventional design used by other brands, according to the company.
Wireworld Cable Technology, founded by industrial designer David Salz in 1992, is a provider of digital and analog cable technology for home and professional A/V applications, including HDMI, USB, Ethernet, interconnect, microphone, instrument and speaker cables. The company will be at the upcoming CES 2017 at in The Venetian Towers, Suite 29-116.
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