All In HDMI 2.1
Through their inclusion of the HDMI 2.1 platform, Yamaha’s latest AVENTAGE Series AV receivers provide immersive audio support, along with support for gaming, and 8K and 10K resolutions.
Robert Archer · May 21, 2021
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
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
The next-generation Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 have arrived, VR gaming continues to mature and other influences make the category prime for profitability.
Andrew Nichols · February 05, 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
Mark Corbin, president of Vanco, emphasizes that integrators need to strongly consider the features necessary to reliably assemble their AV systems as HDMI 2.1 gains momentum in the market.
Robert Archer · January 15, 2021
The influx of products equipped with HDMI 2.1 connectivity is expected to bolster some product categories as momentum builds towards 8K and dynamic HDR technologies.
Robert Archer · January 08, 2021
HDMI Forum president David Glen talks about Ultra High Speed cable certification; enhanced gaming and video features; PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X releases; and more.
Arlen Schweiger · November 13, 2020
In an interview that took place just prior to the CEDIA Expo Virtual event, Mark Corbin, president of Vanco, discussed HDMI 2.1 and the challenges of doing business in 2020.
Robert Archer · November 06, 2020
CEDIA’s latest white paper focuses on detailing the technology’s versatility and explores what HDMI 2.1 will mean for integrators when out in the field.
CE Pro Editors · October 19, 2020