All In HDMI
RTI will distribute 70 SKUs of Blustream video distribution products throughout U.S. for resimercial applications.
Jason Knott · November 18, 2020
Adding to its selection of problem-solving devices, Metra Home Theater has just announced that its Ethereal HDMI Audio De-Embedder with Downmixing is now available. The device (catalog# CS-HDMABOD) enables professional integrators to take an HDMI signal and de-embed the audio from that signal for use with either an optical audio connection or stereo analog RCA […]
Robert Archer · November 17, 2020
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
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
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.
Jeff Boccaccio · October 19, 2020
Keeping up with next-generation technologies, the electronics company AudioQuest has announced its new 48 and eARC-Priority Series HDMI cables. AudioQuest (AQ) states that its new HDMI cables will help to deliver better audio from 2K- and 4K-based systems, and the cables are compliant with 8K video once the format becomes available. According to the company, […]
Robert Archer · October 19, 2020
Fully uncompressed video, enhanced audio, higher-quality USB among HDBaseT 3.0 highlights; port duality, online Certified Product list aid installers.
Arlen Schweiger · September 16, 2020
Key Digital has been at the forefront of HDMI technologies for a long-time and its new KD-EX18G HDMI Extender Kit once again puts the company at the forefront of HDMI transmission technologies. The KD-EX18G HDMI Extension Kit utilizes Key Digital‘s proprietary Ultra High Definition over Twisted Pair (UHDDoTP) HDMI extension technology. According to the company, […]
Robert Archer · August 25, 2020
Here’s a look at the latest receivers from some of consumer electronics’ most popular manufacturers.
Robert Archer · July 28, 2020
Link Training may not mesh as well with 48G as the industry initially hoped, and some systems may suffer for it. Here’s what you need to know.
CE Pro Editors · July 08, 2020