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- Boccaccio: HDMI Extenders Suffer from Manufacturing Inconsistencies While HDMI extenders can be very useful, integrators should be careful because any lingering cable deficiencies can limit their effectiveness.
- What’s the Deal with AOC Failures? Active optical fiber (AOC) failure rates can largely depend on crude testing that does not account for increased distances after adding passive HDMI...
- Boccaccio: HDMI Extenders Suffer from Manufacturing Inconsistencies
- When High-End Products Limit Low-End Results
- What’s the Deal with AOC Failures?
- Boccaccio: Don’t Leave Test Results of Eye of the Beholder
- Power vs. Data Rate: Is There a Compromise?
- Why Distributors Are Digging Deeper Into HDMI Education
Boccaccio: HDMI Extenders Suffer from Manufacturing Inconsistencies
August 08 2019 · Now, almost five years after HDMI’s Revision 2.0 with 4K@60Hz was released, it seems we can safely say that content is there and demand is high. There are still thousands of users limited to 1080 Deep Color/4K@30Hz due to the transmission line used in their system. Remember that when Rev 2.0…
When High-End Products Limit Low-End Results
July 03 2019 · What does that headline mean? Consider this scenario that came from a recent DPL support call. A high-end integrator has a job with several screens including, let’s just call it, a “super projector” along with the best media storage product out there and a ton of other goodies. The…
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