How to Choose HDMI Devices

For the selection of multiple HDMI devices you want to buy, of course, you also need to know what features are offered by the device. Features such as Deep Color, xvYCC, Color Space, Dolby TrueHD, and DTS-HD Master Audio are optional. So, not all HDMI devices have their very own special features offered within them. Thus, you have to make sure before buying that the device has the HDMI features that you are looking for. For example, if you want to buy an HDMI splitter like the hdmi splitter 1 in 2 out, it is better for you to check its features first.

Likewise, for HDMI cables, HDMI 1.3 cables are available in two types which are the standard or category 1 and the category 2. For the 1 category HDMI cable, it has been tested to work at 75 MHz, which is equivalent to a 1080i signal. Usually, these cables have a maximum length of up to 5 meters of materials and materials using 26AWG copper wire. The second type is the High Speed or category 2 that has been tested to work at a speed of 340 MHz equivalent to a 1080p signal and also capable of improving colour depths. This cable type can also accommodate higher resolution displays, such as 2560×1600. These cables are usually produced using 26 or 24 AWG copper wire where the length is not restricted.