All In HDMI
There is little doubt that HDMI Cable Power will positively impact AV integration of active devices, but those wanting to take advantage of this spec need to read labels carefully.
Jeff Boccaccio · June 07, 2021
James Meredith of WyreStorm discusses upcoming changes related to the deployment of HDMI 2.1, eARC and Work From Home solutions.
CE Pro Editors · June 02, 2021
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
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
Curious to figure out what exactly HDMI 2.1 cables provide for the market and what makes them so special? CEDIA’s David Meyer goes over what integrators should know.
David Meyer · February 08, 2021
Looking beyond the choice of amplifiers, speakers, AV receivers, TVs and projectors, here are 18 products to augment any home AV or home theater system.
Robert Archer · January 29, 2021
Austere targets CI channel with highly designed HDMI and audio cables, as well as power strips designed to be seen, not hidden.
Jason Knott · January 22, 2021
SnapAV’s Binary brand has just announced its BX 8K HDMI line of cables, which it says provides integrators with a future-proof line of cabling solutions. The Charlotte, N.C.-based company points out the BX 8K HDMI line of cables are specifically designed for installation professionals. SnapAV says the products feature zinc-alloy connector heads for increased strength […]
Robert Archer · December 03, 2020
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.
Jeff Boccaccio · November 24, 2020
RTI will distribute 70 SKUs of Blustream video distribution products throughout U.S. for resimercial applications.
Jason Knott · November 18, 2020