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Belden Issues Additional Warning After Cybersecurity Attack

Cable makerr Belden is victimized by a cybersecurity attack that accesses personal and health data of employees, and limited info on clients.

Jason Knott · April 19, 2021

Biamp Awarded Patent for Magic Cable

 Biamp, a supplier of professional audiovisual solutions, has announced that it has been awarded a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its Magic Cable, used in the company’s Desono family of business audio loudspeakers. Magic Cable comprises two stainless steel suspension cables, two 18 AWG signal conductors within a separate cable jacket, […]

Robert Archer · April 13, 2021

Wireworld Stellar HDMI cable

Stellar Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable

The Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based cable manufacturer Wireworld has announced that its Stellar Ultra High Speed HDMI cable has been certified by the HDMI Forum as Ultra High Speed. Wireworld states that its latest HDMI cable is available in a choice of 5-, 10, 15- and 20-meter lengths, and in order to achieve its Ultra High […]

Robert Archer · April 07, 2021

UL Issues Fire Hazard Warning on Cat 5E Cable Brand

UL has issued a warning related to a specific Cat 5E cable made by Claritronix after discovering the product fails to meet the flammability requirements of UL testing in the United States and Canada.

Andrew Nichols · April 01, 2021

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MetraAV Partners with Evolution Home Entertainment for Canadian Distribution

MetraAV has entered into a partnership with Evolution Home Entertainment Corporation as its master distributor in Canada. This new relationship will bring products from MetraAV and its family of brands into the hands of more than 500 of Evolution’s dealers and retailers across Canada.  “We have been waiting for the right opportunity to attack the […]

Robert Archer · April 01, 2021

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DPL Labs Finds Gamers Are First to Take 8K Device Troubleshooting Hit

Gamers are still experiencing a number of issues when it comes to displaying 8K feeds consistently, but tech like Link Training could help solve signal integrity issues.

Jeff Boccaccio · March 08, 2021

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Metra Home Theater Rebrands as MetraAV to Support Move into Commercial

Metra Home Theater Group is updating its company name to MetraAV as part of a brand overhaul to accommodate its expansion into commercial integration products. Known as “The Installer’s Choice,” MetraAV’s new tagline will be “The Integrator’s Choice.” “We’re known as a manufacturer that specializes in premium home theater and residential surveillance products. Since a great number […]

Robert Archer · March 04, 2021

DPL Labs Begins 48G Reference Standard Beta Testing

Issues in the 8K gaming community have shown the need for advanced cable testing, and now the 48G Reference Standard beta is available from DPL Labs.

CE Pro Editors · February 24, 2021

Connections and Compression in HDMI Transmission

The HDMI 2.1 specification introduces compression by way of VESA’s Display Stream Compression, but what does that mean for integrators looking to stock the best possible cables?

David Meyer · February 22, 2021

C2G Performance Series HDMI Cables

Performance Series HDMI Cables

C2G, a Legrand brand has just introduced its new Performance Series of HDMI cables, and a newly refreshed line of HDBaseT extenders. Cables to Go (C2G) says that its latest products support its existing connectivity products to enable professional integrators to address a range of installations. According to the company, the C2G Performance Series of […]

Robert Archer · February 17, 2021