HDMI Archive

Guide to the Best HDMI Wall Plate for a Clean Look

HDMI cables are a near-universal standard for home video. Whether you’re watching cable TV or Blu-Ray or playing your game console, you’re using HDMI. For the most part, HDMI cables do a great job. Today’s cables are capable of transmitting 4K video. You can use an Audio Return Channel (ARC) to use a single cable to send audio in both directions. This allows for seamless …

Best HDMI Extender Over (Cat 5, 6, 7) Ethernet Cable

Whether you’re enjoying the latest Blu-Ray or a gaming session on your PS4, an HDMI cable is one of the core components in your multimedia system. HDMI cables are all virtually universal, with a single cord supplying both video and audio for a large variety of formats. Unfortunately, the one downside to universal cable is that they have universal problems. No matter how you’re enjoying …

Guide to the Best HDMI Signal Amplifier Boosters (Repeaters)

Like most types of cable, HDMI has a limited range. Unlike most varieties commonly in use, it’s fairly short. The theoretical range of an ordinary HDMI cable is 50 feet, but that’s only theoretical. For one thing, the range for a 4K, 60Hz signal is much shorter. Not only that, but HDMI cables are finicky. They’re highly sensitive to interference, so their range is easily …

Helpful Guide to the Best SDI to HDMI Converter (Cable)

Remember standard definition televisions? Unless you’re very young, you probably do. Do you ever wish we could go back to the day when that was the best standard? Probably not. The change from standard definition to high definition was a game changer for all kinds of entertainment. For example, watching a hockey game in standard definition was a guessing game. Most of the time, you …