HDMI 1.0 to 2.1 – Quick Overview of Differences Between HDMI Versions

The need for higher resolutions, higher refresh rates, increased color depth, high-quality uncompressed audio, and less compressed video (chroma subsampling), increased the need for increased bandwidth. HDMI 1.4 was limited to 10.2Gbps, which was enough to push 4K video at up to 24 Hz, while in comparison the latest standard, HDMI 2.1, supports a bandwidth […]

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The Fiber Optic HDMI Cable Advantage

Long-Distance Transmission Using Light Fiber optic cables are the HDMI cables of the future. Using light as the transmission medium, our HDMI 2.0b cables are able to perfectly transmit 4k@60Hz HDR video to distances of up to 328 ft (100 meters). In traditional passive copper cables, HDR capability as well as higher quality sampling schemes […]

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Our Cables Are Tank-Proof

How much force can our cables withstand without losing signal? The XENOS W30 was tested to endure just over 450 kgf which translates to approximately 6400 psi or 44130 kPa. How does that compare to the force exerted by everyday objects? Take a look at some examples below. Object Ground pressure (kPa) (psi) Hovercraft 0.7 […]

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DPL Certification

DPL 4K Certification for 4K 18G Deep Color and the Significance of 18 Gbps Throughput  Cables matter when viewing 4K video Contrary to popular belief, not all HDMI 2.0b cables are alike. The ARQUUS W73 and XENOS W30 obtained the highest level of certification from DPL Labs for 4K 18G Deep Color! This ensures that […]

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Fiber Optic Cables VS Copper Cables

With HDMI 2.1 and 8K video around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at the difference between fiber optic and copper based cables, as there are several reasons why you’d want to upgrade your cables if you’re planning on going 8K. The biggest problem with moving to ever higher resolutions, beyond having the […]

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