HDMI SPECIFICATION 1.3A PDF

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Consumers should not choose a cable based on its version number - but should choose it based on a specific feature that they know is supported by their equipment. For example, Microsoft's XBox only makes use of 1. HDMI 1. All of our HDMI cables are currently made with 1. It is important to note that some vendors advertise their cables as "v1. For ALL of the version 1. Rest assured, if you are sourcing a product that is version 1.

HDMI Version 1. The "A" revision for this HDMI version added control codes that vendors of TVs, game consols, and other hardware manufactures should follow to meet this new minor revision change. The actual version 1. Contrary to popular belief - this newer specification does NOT require a higher bandwidth greater than Version 1.

Unless your TV or AV device specifically states "requires v1. The new feature will also provide the connection platform to allow HDMI-enabled devices to share content between devices. Audio Return Channel The new specification will add an Audio Return Channel that will reduce the number of cables required to deliver audio upstream for processing and playback.

Enhanced 3D Support The 1. Important Note: Existing v1. Support for 4K x 2K will allow the HDMI interface to transmit content at the same resolution as many digital theaters.

New Connector types The micro-connector and automotive connector types have been introduced. We have already completed the engineering and design process, and have submitted manufacturing samples to Silicon Image for testing and certification. Our HDMI cables have passed our internal tests to meet version 1.

Many on-line vendors have already starting advertising and selling so-called v1. Some have even used the word "certified". HDMI LLC the licensee of the technology has shut many of these vendors down for selling unlicensed or non-certified products. In fact, only in late February of did Silicon Image start testing for the new v1. Did you know that a non -certified HDMI cable is a cable that is being sold illegally? Ours can be found at the specific product detail screen near the bottom of the screen.

March Update: So, to keep a long story short, we are expecting certification of our cables in mid to late April Once certification has been obtained, we will then gear up for manufacturing to this new standard.

We hope to have actual certified product available for sale come May of As the raw material we use Copartner Tech Group or Pak Heng Technologies - both certified raw cable manufacturers for an ethernet-type v1. Many newer TVs require a v1. All our v1. Will a 1. ORG specifically designed their products to be fully "backwards compatible". They were sent to HDMI for re-certification nothing more. When manufacturers introduced certain features that need more bandwidth for example , we needed to make sure our cables could accommodate these changes.

ORG mandates certification to ensure cables meet different specifications. Because a number of significant changes were introduced in the HDMI 1. Cables are categorized based on the performance capabilities and compliance testing of the cable.

Category 1 : tested to carry a These are typically HDMI 1. Category 2 : tested to carry up to a MHz Contact Us. Higher-quality construction 24 AWG, tighter construction tolerances, etc. Which cable should I order? As of January , we are not aware of ANY manufacturer or distributor world-wide that is selling a 1.

Currently, we carry a wide range of cables that are certified to meet 1. We are working closely with a number of manufacturers who are hoping to have 30ft, 35ft, and 50ft HDMI 1.

Click HERE to preview this product. When the 1. Compatible means that these cables will continue to work with any device requiring the 1. Most 3, 6, 10, and even 15ft "compatible" cables will work and support all of the 1.

However, they have not been tested and certified by a HDMI approved testing facility. Click here for these cables. Maximum standard HDMI 19 wire cable length available. Maximum Length for

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HDMI Versions: 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 2, 2.1 - differences & compatibility

Many people are worried, when buying HDMI cable , about the spec version of the cable in question. Is it the latest spec version? Will it support all the features of the devices it's hooked to? Most of the fears and doubts associated with this question are unfounded, but there are some interesting issues with regard to HDMI spec version, and we'll sort those out here. At this writing, March , there have been five versions of the principal HDMI spec document, and a new update probably to be called 1. Additionally, however, some references to specs are not to the principal HDMI spec document, but to the "Compliance Testing Specification" document, and there have been six versions of that document.

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What Do HDMI Spec Versions (1.2, 1.3, 1.3a, etc) Mean For Cable Choice?

Several versions of HDMI have been developed and deployed since the initial release of the technology, but all use the same cable and connector. Other than improved audio and video capacity, performance, resolution and color spaces, newer versions have optional advanced features such as 3D , Ethernet data connection, and CEC Consumer Electronics Control extensions. Production of consumer HDMI products started in late The HDMI specification defines the protocols, signals, electrical interfaces and mechanical requirements of the standard. HDMI 1.

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