What is HDMI

What is HDMI

HDMI

High Definition Multimedia Interface): A 19-pin connector that provides video and multi-channel audio over a single cable. HDMI uses HDCP technology to protect data and ensure secure access to audio and video content.

Ready-made cables are available in both HDMI-to-HDMI versions for a conventional digital connection, and HDMI-to-DVI versions to ensure a seamless transition from equipment that uses a DVI interface. This standard is fully backward compatible with the DVI standard.

Types of HDMI Cables

There are currently four popular types of HDMI cables on the market.

HDMI Standard Cable

These cables support 720p or 1080i at 60Hz. Data transfer rate – up to 2.25 Gb / s. They are suitable for connecting a TV to the console and watching HD content from it or from a computer.

High-Speed Cable

This version already supports playback of 4K content, however, only at 30 Hz, and can also play 3D content in FHD resolution. Data transfer rates start at 8 Gbps.

Premium High-Speed Cable

Cables of this type can already play 4K content at up to 60 Hz, as well as 3D content in 4K quality. They support HDR and the data transfer rate increases to 18 Gb / s.

Ultra-High-Speed Cable

The most sophisticated cables with which you can play content in 8K at 60 Hz or 4K at 120 Hz, and the data transfer rate is 48 Gb / s.

FAQ

What is HDMI for?

HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, that is, an interface for playing high-definition multimedia. It transmits both audio and video content. With an HDMI cable, you can connect your TV or monitor to a game console, computer, laptop, set-top box, or any other accessory. This is useful for those who do not want to be limited to watching on-air channels. Connecting the same console may well breathe a second life into an old TV.

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