HDMI

Metra Home Theater IR Kit Extends Control Signals

By Robert Archer · February 12, 2019 • The CS-IRKITCCUS IR extender kit incorporates code learning capabilities to allow integrators to easily set up and control TV lifts, curtains, screens, and more.

Metra to Showcase 50+ HDMI Cables at ISE 2019

By CE Pro Editors · January 29, 2019 • Metra Home Theater Group will be bringing its Velox product line and Ethereal's MHX cables to ISE 2019, among others.

All the Lab Testing in the World Won’t Catch HDMI Interop Issues

By Jeff Boccaccio · January 4, 2019 • Even the best HDMI lab testing can't catch the cable interoperability issues that dealers discover in the field. Share the data!

WyreStorm A/V-over-IP Receiver Works in a ‘Pinch’

By CE Pro Editors · October 1, 2018 • WyreStorm NHD-250-RX Multiview/multiscreen network receiver enables pinch-and-zoom capability, and arbitrary window placement.

Vanco Hits the ‘Spot’ at CEDIA Expo

By CE Pro Editors · September 4, 2018 • Vanco to demo new Spot for Dot amplification system for Amazon Echo Dot at CEDIA Expo 2018. Evolution HDMI-over-IP, Beale Street Audio and Pulse amplifiers also showcased.

eARC at CEDIA: The One Question to ask TV and AVR Manufacturers

By David Meyer · August 28, 2018 • When 4K HDR video is streamed straight to TVs, we need eARC to extract multichannel audio formats like Dolby Atmos over a single HDMI cable from eARC-enabled displays to eARC-enabled receivers. Sony will be first at CEDIA 2018.

4K HDR Compression and the Caveats of HDMI ‘Certification’

By David Meyer · August 27, 2018 • HDBaseT and other HDMI extenders might be 'certified' for bandwidth but not necessarily video quality. At CEDIA Expo 2018, ask about compression schemes for 4K and HDR, including Display Stream Compression and Color Space Conversion.

4K HDR Compression and Compromises: Something’s Gotta Give

By Jeff Boccaccio · August 27, 2018 • HDMI guru Jeff Boccaccio explains compromises with 4K HDR video distribution, compression schemes like Display Stream Compression, and tough choices for integrators.

Microsoft Xbox One X Becomes First Device to Support New HDMI 2.1 Features

By Andrew Nichols · August 6, 2018 • The $499 Xbox One X gaming console will sport new HDMI 2.1 features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) in an upcoming firmware update.

Boccaccio: A Better Way to Power Active HDMI Cables

By Jeff Boccaccio · July 3, 2018 • HDMI cables, power supplies and DC currents don't always play well together.

Which Products Can Crossover Effectively from Resi to Commercial? (and Which Don’t)

By By Mark Corbin · June 29, 2018 • Integrators should eye extenders, matrix switchers, touchpanels, fiber leads, HDMI cable, mounts, IP cameras and racks that suit both resi and commercial applications.

What the Heck is a ‘Weak HDMI Signal’?

By Jeff Boccaccio · June 4, 2018 • Learn the lingo and the characteristics of HDMI to help troubleshooters help you.

Inneos InvisiCable Kits Allow Near-Invisible Fiber Optic HDMI Cabling

By Robert Archer · April 2, 2018 • Built to deliver the connectivity that homeowners need to reliably view formats like 4K with HDR, the new Inneos InvisiCable HDMI 2.0 fiber cable can be run in walls or within rooms to deliver state-of-the-art AV technologies.

Chromis Fiberoptics Targets Resi Market with Plastic Optical Fiber

By Jason Knott · March 19, 2018 • Long-time OEM Chromis Fiberoptics moves to the forefront with its own branded GigaPOF active optical cables with tight bend radius and 100lb pull strength.

Don’t Get Too Psyched for 48Gbps - HDMI 2.1 Rollout Could be Painfully Slow

By Jeff Boccaccio · January 26, 2018 • It will take time to get to certified 48Gbps, especially as HDMI 2.1 testing and certification tools get developed.

Page 1 of 13

Previous  1 2 3 >  Last › Next