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Accell unveils HDMI 1.3 compliant cable

Posted in Cables by Nino Marchetti on June 11th, 2008

Accell UltraRun 1.3Accell, a maker of A/V and computer cables, announced today a new HDMI cable which is 1.3 compliant. It is known as the UltraRun 1.3 and you’ll find it with a starting price of around $280, depending upon cable length.

The Accell UltraRun 1.3 cables are long length HDMI 1.3 compliant cables which range in distance from 33 feet up to 82 feet. These cables, primarily designed to be installed in-wall, boast a feature which allows the repeater module, should it become inoperable, to be replaced without having to remove the cable from inside the wall.

Ethereal HDMI system uses networking cables

Posted in Cables,Ethereal,HDMI by Nino Marchetti on December 19th, 2007

Ethereal HDMI-CAT5DSay you have a home already wired with CAT5E or CAT6 cabling. You also have an HD-capable media server in your basement and a HDMI-enabled television in your bedroom. One possible solution to get HD content to your television from the media server might be the new Ethereal HDMI-CAT5D system, priced at around $536.

The Ethereal HDMI-CAT5D system is classified by its maker as a HDMI accessory, meaning it does not generate a HDMI signal on its own. Instead what it does is send HDMI signals correctly down two unshielded CAT5/SE or CAT6 cables by converting the HDMI cable to CAT5/6, then back into an HDMI cable at the display.

Monster speed rates new HDMI cables

Posted in Cables,HDMI,Monster by Nino Marchetti on August 28th, 2007

hdmi1000_glam.jpgMonster Cable believes you should get serious about understanding how the HDMI cables you use impact your HD viewing experience. To that end the cable company unveiled today a new line of “speed-rated” HDMI cables and accompanying education campaign.

The Monster Speed Rated HDMI Cables come in five different speed ratings: ultimate high, ultra high, advanced high, high and standard. These categories will be rated on individual cables sold at retail and will appear as logos on the cable packaging. The speed factor is especially important to note, according to Monster, with cable length and the fact the company plans to offer great performance in its cables regardless of how long they are.