- This connector cable connects components with HDMI and DVI interfaces to each other
- The DVI to HDMI cable is perfect for both high definition video and standard video formats
- The high definition connector cable is designed to provide the highest signal capacity along with the lowest signal loss
- Corrosion resistant connectors of this cable ensure long lasting use
- This connector cable can provide clear, noise-free quality of audio signals
- This audio cable transfers audio signals with optical pulse, provides ultimate clear image and sound quality
- Made with high quality optical fiber material, this Mini DVI to HDMI delivers better sound clarity
- This is a abrasion, acid and alkali-resistant, environment friendly cable
- Cable Technology: Triple shielded
- Length: 5m/16.4ft
- This DVI to HDMI Cablecable is 16.4ft long and in black covering layer
- Outstanding construction will immerse you in breathtakingly detailed sound
- Corrosion resistant connectors of this DVI cable ensure long lasting use
- This audio cable transfers perfect audio signals and provides ultimate clear sound quality
- The high definition DVI cable is designed to provide the highest signal capacity along with the lowest signal loss
How to Connect HDMI to TV:
High Definition Media Interface (HDMI) is an audio-video protocol. The hexagon-shaped plug on the end of the cable delivers HD video and eight separate channels of digital audio for home theater surround sound. Connecting an HDMI cable to an HDTV is the only connection you need to make for the best possible picture and sound quality from a source signal, such as cable or satellite television.
- Turn off the power to the HDTV before connecting the HDMI cable. This eliminates the risk of an electrical surge that could harm the screen or electronic components inside the television.
- Line up the shape of the plug with the outline on an HDMI port on the TV and push the plug straight in. Take note of which port is used for the cable, since many HDTV sets have more than one HDMI input port for hooking up additional components.
- Plug in the other end of the cable to an HDMI-compatible device, such as a Blu-ray player or HD receiver
How to Choose an HDMI Cable:
HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and represents a breakthrough in the home entertainment industry. It allows users of Blu-Ray, HDTVs, new gaming consoles, and other electronics to view their media of choice in true 1080i high definition. Choosing which HDMI cable to purchase can be, however, a bigger challenge than one would expect. So, here's a guide on how to choose the right HDMI cable for you.
- Measure before you buy. It is crucial that you figure out how long your HDMI cable needs to be. So, use a tape measure and figure out the distance between your HDTV and whatever device you'll be hooking up to it. Write this distance down and remember to check and make sure that the HDMI cable you purchase is at least a few inches longer than your measurement
- Don't be a conspicuous consumer. Just because an HDMI cable is more expensive doesn't mean that it's better. In fact, all HDMI cables are essentially the same exact product. So, don't pay more for the same product because you assume that the higher price tag comes with a higher quality. If you do, you'll just end up paying for a brand name that won't have any impact on your picture quality whatsoever
- Shop online. Even warehouse stores like Circuit City or Best Buy only keep higher-priced HDMI cables in stock because those cables make them more money. Try shopping online instead in order to find the best possible deal. Even if you have to pay shipping and handling, it'll still likely be cheaper than shopping in the store
- Check your components before you make the purchase. Although HDMI cable isn't really a big-ticket kind of purchase, it can be relatively expensive compared to other cords and cables of a similar function. So, before you buy HDMI cable, make absolutely sure that both your TV and your peripheral are HDMI compatible
- 1 x DVI 24+1 Pin to HDMI Cable