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Value Series High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet 9ft

Product code: OSD-HDMI-20ft-Value-V14

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Features & Specifications

Retailers and manufacturers will go to great lengths to convince you that expensive HDMI cable will give you the best picture and audio. Wrong! What you’re really paying for is that fancy packaging. OSD HDMI cables work the same as expensive brands. Our cables transmit frequencies up to 10GHz bps and transmit high quality multi-channel audio data. Our HDMI cables are certified and support all standard and high-definition consumer electronics video fomats and transmit control and status information in both directions. We don’t make any exaggerated claims about our HDMI cable, but we stand by every inch.

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HDMI® (High Definition Multimedia Interface) combines video and audio into a single digital interface. There’s a lot of misconception out there about HDMI® cables.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

2 Questions & 2 Answers
Jason
from Sicklerville, NJ asked:
August 21, 2013
I am looking on this site for a standard HDMI cable to hook up a lap top to a TV. Can I do that with an HDMI cable with ethernet?
1 Answer
HI Jason: Yes this cable will work for your application. All of our HDMI cables are High Speed HDMI cables with Ethernet. The latest version of HDMI cables changed the internal wiring of the Cable to allow two way communication between devices (TV and Receiver or TV and DVD player) without having to run a separate Ethernet (network) cable. The HDMI input /output connector would be labeled HEC (HDMI Ethernet Connection) on both components. To date four years after it was introduced as part of Version 1.4 not one manufacturer has added this HEC feature to a TV, AVR, Laptop, DVD player or Blu Ray Player. But you can rest assured any HDMI Cable listed as High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet was the latest version available. TL-2165
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 22, 2013

Steve
from Chicago, IL asked:
September 19, 2011
What is the difference between HDMI version 1.3C and 1.4?
1 Answer
HDMI version 1.3C supports up to 1080p and is a referred to as Standard HDMI® Cable. Version 1.4 supports up to 1440P resolution, supports 3D, and Ethernet. Version 1.4 is referred to as High Speed HDMI® Cable with Ethernet.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 19, 2011

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