What is HDMI Cable?
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) is a audio video specification for transferring multimedia data, which combines video and audio into one digital interface for audiovisual equipment，such as HDTV, home theatre system and DVD, and set top box for CATV, for HDTV, PlayStation 3, Blu-ray Player or Home Theatre system.
The structure of HDMI cable:
The HDMI cable has 19 pin out. 19 wires wrapped in a single cable, it has a bandwidth capacity of 5G bps per second.
HDMI interface supports standard video formats, enhanced video and HD video. It is an interface which supports transferring video and audios simultaneously. You don’t have to transfer data from D/A or A/D.
HDMI can carry HDCP, High Bandwidth Digital Content Protection to prevent the copyright of the video content from unauthorized copying.
What are founders of HDMI?
HDMI Group invented the interface, including Sony, Hitachi, Silicon Image, Philips, and Toshiba. Digital Content Protection, LLC provides HDCP (which was developed by Intel) for HDMI.
What are Famous HDMI brands?
It is also backward compatible with DVI (Digital Video Interface). There are a variety of styles of HDMI and well-known brands such as Blue Rigger, Monster, PTC, Dynex, and Cables Unlimited.
Where are HDMI used?
HDMI is widely used in consumer electronics products, including electronics for entertainment. Every TV now in the market has at least one HDMI port. Many game consoles also use HDMI cables. You needn’t worry about running out of cable. Buying HDMI is convenient and easy online or at supermarket. HDMI isn’t just for connecting television and stereos. You’ll find HDMI cable for other electronics such as the adapter cable for the iPad and cabling for connecting the Xbox to an HDMI-capable television.
If you want to play blu-ray on your dvd or connect your laptop to your home theatre system, HDMI or HDMI adapter are essential. Many of HDMI products support Ethernet, 3D, and Audio Return and HDMI cable is perfect for smart TVs.