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There are a lot of options when it comes to HDMI cables. You can now find 1080P, 4K, Micro and Mini HDMI cables and more. Of these options, what exactly are the differences between them? Do you need to buy a different cable depending on my setup? Let us help.
When it comes to HMDI cables, there are many options to choose from. For example, some of the most common ones are micro-HDMI cables for smartphones and smart cameras as well as Mini HDMI cables for small portable devices such as tablets. There are also 4K HMDI cables for any ultra-HD devices. 4k HDMI cables are very popular due to their high resolution and greater bandwidth capabilities.
The length of the cable is important as well. If you want to use an external monitor with your laptop, then a 3ft HDMI cable will work perfectly. longer HDMI cables are used for TVs far away or a projector in your home office. If you want to run a longer cable, then go for the 25 ft HDMI cable, or even a 50 ft HDMI cable.
HDMI 1.4 cables can transfer both high-definition audio and high-definition video. In addition, they can support resolutions up to 1920x1200 with an aspect ratio of 16:10 or 1280x720 with an aspect ratio of 16:9.
An HDMI 2.1 cable is a cable that can transmit data at rates of up to 48 gigabits per second. This type of cable is used with more advanced TVs and displays, such as those with high dynamic range (HDR). In addition, an HDMI 2.1 cable is backwards compatible with previous versions of the HDMI standard.
The CE-TECH 50 ft. White Telephone Line Cord is great for long runs between phone jacks and a telephone location. This cord includes connectors on both ends for quick installation.
Atlas-X1 Cat 6 Component-Rated UTP QuickPort Jacks support 1000BASE-T networks. The jack is part of a complete Atlas-X1 Cat 6 UTP system, ideal for the most demanding mission-critical network applications. The jack supports emerging technologies and will easily adapt to network trends.
Deliver the high quality signals expected from today's latest technology with Leviton's line of QuickPort Connectors and Adapters. The modular system approach permits cost-effective custom applications while providing outstanding signal quality. Leviton QuickPort Snap-In Connectors and Adapters were created to meet the demands of modern technology with a decidedly sophisticated touch. This line of audio, video, voice and data jacks is available in various combinations and can be quickly inserted into an Acenti Wallplate.
Leviton's Category 5 Jack is designed for use with all QuickPort compatible products. 8-position, 8-conductor Category 5 QuickPort Snap-In Jacks feature dual-color-coded wiring labels with both T568A and T568B wiring patterns, for dual flexibility in a single jack, as well as fast, accurate 110 termination of station wiring.