As integrators prepare for all of the new and exciting features 48G has to offer, it is important to research what exactly cabling companies are testing.
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DPL Labs has been noticing issues with HDMI signals, but instead of it being a channel issue, it seems the cables could be the culprit.
While many companies are claiming 48G throughput, DPL Labs has seen mixed results so far in its testing.
While 48G active HDMI products are starting to show great test results, interoperability issues are cropping up for what appears to be no real reason.
Integrators would be wise to question how HDMI Rev. 2.1 will affect their businesses, especially with preliminary tests showing inconsistencies between manufacturers.
While it will take some time to understand the capabilities of new test instruments, early DPL Labs assessments show signs of trouble with 48G cables.
Samsung has been granted the first 8K Ultra HD Rev 2.1 HDMI certification, which may help clear the bottleneck for line testing.
Are AV professionals looking at a repeat of what happened when HDMI Rev. 2.0 was released? Jeff Boccaccio of DPL Labs weighs in.
While it may not be possible to salvage old HDMI cables, Jeff Boccaccio believes new solutions are on the way.