HDMI Archive

In-Depth Review of the ClonerAlliance Flint 4KP Plus

If you’re considering going into streaming, you’re not alone. More people are streaming games and videos than ever before. In part, this is because we’ve all been spending a lot more time at home lately. But it’s also a natural continuation of an already-existing trend. After all, streaming is a relatively new technology, and it’s still in its infancy. It’s only natural that it’s been …

Guide to the Best Composite (AV, RCA) to HDMI Converter

It’s tough to imagine, but not that long ago, home media was only available in standard definition. Instead of 720p, 1080p, or 4K, you watched TV, movies, and games in 480 x 640 resolution. This was the highest resolution that could be supported by televisions of the time. However, it meant that you couldn’t see fine details. For live broadcasts, this could be problematic. You …

HDMI ARC vs. eARC – What’s the Difference?

If you’re connecting a new monitor or TV, you may be looking for a cable to hook everything up. Just a few years ago, the choice was simple. Head to your local store, and pick up an HDMI cable that’s long enough for your needs. But nowadays, there are multiple standards. Among other options, you’ll see HDMI ARC and HDMI eARC. ARC is short for …

HDMI ARC vs Optical – Which Connection is Better?

So, you’ve just bought a new A/V receiver or soundbar. Congratulations! But now it’s time to make all the connections, and you’ve got some decisions to make. Life wasn’t always this complicated. In the olden days, when dinosaurs ruled the earth, a simple coaxial cable got the job done for all connections. But we’re no longer technological cave men. Instead, we have a ton of …

DisplayPort vs. HDMI – What’s the Difference?

When you buy a modern PC, you generally see two different output options: HDMI and DisplayPort. Similarly, we’ve reviewed a variety of different monitors that offer these different options. Besides the physical design, what’s the actual difference between the two? We’re about to try and demystify this. In a sense, this is not a new problem. Technology standards have been changing for years. For example, …