HDMI 2.0

All In HDMI 2.0

Vanco Evolution Switches and Extenders Handle 4K, HDBaseT

The latest Vanco signal management products are designed to address residential and commercial A/V system applications with features like 4K compatibility and HDR10 support.

Robert Archer · January 30, 2019

Metra Active Optical Fiber Optic Cables Support 24Gbps Bandwidth

Metra’s latest line of Hybrid Active Optical Fiber Optic Cables enables the transmission of 4K video at 60Hz and 4:4:4 chroma subsampling.

Robert Archer · December 20, 2018

Review: SnapAV Binary 900 Series Provides Reliable, Dealer Friendly AV over IP Solutions

The recently introduced SnapAV Binary MoIP line of AV over IP solutions brings modern signal distribution to integrators at competitive price points.

Robert Archer · October 29, 2018

Kordz Brings ONE Series HDMI Cables to CEDIA Expo 2018

The ONE Series includes models that support 1080p, 2160p 4K UHD, and come with Kordz’s ‘Lifetime Guarantee.’

CE Pro Editors · September 04, 2018

Kordz Kevlar Reinforced HDMI Cable to Debut at CEDIA Expo 2018

The new Kordz PRS3 AOC HDMI cable supports UltraHD 4K, HDR and high-frame rates to work with the latest video technologies.

Robert Archer · August 24, 2018

Metra Helios Active Fiber Cables Deliver 18Gbps Long Distances

Metra’s newly announced Helios Active Fiber HDMI cables provide 18Gbps of throughput to fully support the HDMI 2.0 format and technologies like 4K, HDR and object-based surround sound.

Robert Archer · January 05, 2018

Key Digital KD-X222PO Uses HDBaseT to Extend HDMI Signals

Key Digital KD-X222PO HDBaseT HDMI extender supports Ultra HD 4K signals up to 4096×2160 at 30Hz with 4:4:4 chroma 8-bit subsampling.

Robert Archer · October 04, 2017

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.

CE Pro Editors · December 29, 2016

The Ugly Truth About Ultra HD and What Dealers Need to Do About It

Ultra HD’s rapid evolution is exceeding the capabilities of HDMI, and integrators need to look into future-proof solutions such as fiber products and networking technologies to resolve bandwidth issues and stay ahead of the 4K game.

Robert Archer · October 18, 2016

HDMI Corner: 4K UHD Issues Are Beginning to Roll In

We are finally seeing true 4K 18Gbps content arriving, with in-field infrastructures not being able to support it.

Jeff Boccaccio · May 19, 2016