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Award-winning HDMI cable - What Hi-Fi Sept 2008 said, "Detail levels ... are perfectly acceptable" and "... it does allow for a bold sound ..."
* For digital Audio/Video transmission of up to 10.2 GB/sec
* Next generation digital interface for consumer electronics products of today and in the future
* True high definition, audio/video content
* Industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface
* HDMI provides an interface between a set-top box, DVD player, or A/V receiver and a Digital Television (DTV)
* HDMI supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multi-channel digital audio on a single cable
* Cables 200% double tested by hand
* Gold plated connectors - non-migratory Oxygen Free Copper cable
* 1st shield: aluminium foil - 2nd shield: copper
* Fully licensed HDMI adopter; all 1, 2, 3 meter cables are HDMI 1.4 compliant
Webmaster's comment on HDMI 1.4:
All TECHLINK HDMI cables up to and including 3 meters in length are HDMI 1.4 certified by HDMI Licensing, LLC.
Currently the HDMI organization only tests and certifies HDMI 1.4 cables up to and including 3m in length. There is no test for longer lengths which means any manufacturer claiming official HDMI specification of any variety for cables over 3m is making an erroneous statement. On the other hand - TECHLINK have undertaken technical and specific "real-world" tests of our long HDMI cables with a variety of HDMI enabled devices and have found all our cables attain or surpass the HDMI 1.4 specification.
The main concern for consumers is whether a cable or adaptor supports the HDMI 1.4 specification. We have tested Wires cables up to 15m (and up to 50m when used with the Wires Repeater) with a 1080i/p and with 4K sources and got a perfect picture. However, the quality is ultimately dependent on the source equipment - we have designed our cables to handle 1080i/p and 4K x 2K resolutions and 99.9% of all the source equipment we have tested so far has worked faultlessly.
All HDMI crossover cables and adaptors, such as HDMI to DVI cables, are HDMI 1.3 compatible due to limitations with the DVI specification.