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    Nå har jeg blitt overbevist om at HDMI ikke skalerer med pris, men det var noen som..

    Hei, jeg har lest sånn ca 5-6 store artikkler fra hva jeg kaller pålitelige kilder, blant annet ett uendelig langt innlegg her.

    Men, jeg kom også over det faktum at man måtte ha HDMI kabel "versjon" 2 eller bedre for å få full HDMI kvalitet gjennom kablen.

    Spørsmålene mine er som følger,

    1. Er dette en kabel som vil gi full HD kvalitet? AMENTIO / BELKIN HDMI TO HDMI CABLE 28AWG 1.5M
    2. Er det noen her med dårlige erfarninger med den kabelen?
    3. Er det noen kabel som dere vil anbefale?
    Sitter med ett Samsung LE40A656 og Ikon6 5.1 system+ NAD T755, hvis det har noen betydning.

    Thanks

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    må opp i store lengder 10m+ for at du ikke greier å sende 1080p med billige kabler. Så ja, den kabelen greier lett 1080p uten problemer

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    We spoke to Jeff Park, who goes by the impressive title "HDMI Technology Evangelist and Business Development Manager", via email.

    According to Park, "Manufacturers have the right to set their own prices and it's up to them to justify the price differences to the end users". Park points out that there are other factors beyond just performance that can influence a cable's price. Brand name, design, aesthetics, warranties can all contribute to the variance in pricing.

    Perhaps the most telling comment however was Park's assertion that, "If you take two HDMI cables, regardless of brand/price/look, [they] will perform the same if both cables have been tested and [are] compliant as a category 2 or High Speed HDMI cable."

    He's referring to the only two official standards that exist in the HDMI universe:

    Category 1 or Standard Speed HDMI Cable: Tested to support up to 720p/1080i
    Category 2 or High Speed HDMI Cable: Tested to support 1080p or higher

    In other words, all HDMI cables that have been rated as Category 1, will perform equally well, regardless what you pay for them. Likewise with Category 2.

    These categorizations might lead a consumer to think that if they have a Blu-ray player or PS3 and a 1080p-capable TV, they should opt for the more expensive Category 2 cable, since these are the ones that are tested to support 1080p. Think again.


    http://www.sync-blog.com/sync/2009/0...rformance.html

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