HDMI cables and connectors provide complete uncompressed digital video and audio interface signals. These high-quality connector types provide premium audio and video signals to a wide range of electronic devices. The exact HDMI connector types and cable types that are needed depends on the receptor port that is attached to the electronic devices that are being connected; if the port type matches up with the HDMI connectors being used they can be connected.
HDMI Connectors for Enhanced Picture & SoundPUI’s numerous different HDMI cable types provide standard, enhanced or HD video for a wide range of electronic devices. These premium HDMI connectors support 8-channel, 192kHz, uncompressed digital audio and all currently-available compressed formats (such as Dolby Digital and DTS), while transmitting in ATSC HDTV standards. Some of the electronic devices that utilize various HDMI connector types, include:
- Digital Televisions
- DVD Players
- Gaming Systems
- Stereo receivers
- Computer monitors
- And more
HDMI Connectors & PC ConvergencePUI’s numerous HDMI cable types provide the standard convergence options for connecting PCs to consumer electronic devices. In addition, HDMI cable types allow PCs to deliver premium media content including high definition movies and multi-channel audio formats. Currently HDMI connectors provide the only interface enabling connections to both HDTVs and digital PC monitors that implement direct DVI and HDMI standards.
HDMI Connector FeaturesPUI offers several different HDMI cable options for your connection needs. These premium HDMI cable types provide advanced quality features that provide enhanced audio and video for your electronic device needs. Some of the features, include:
- Full standard HDMI connector (19 pins) with or without a flange
- Available Stacked options
- Available Vertical options
- Upright without a Flange available options
- HDMI connectors are offered with either through hole or surface mount options
Differences Between HDMI Connectors and DVI ConnectorsDVI cable was introduced to channel video interface directly from a computer to a monitor. However, it did not address the need for audio, which is required when connecting televisions to other electronic devices for obvious reasons. Since television is a multisensory experience a new cable had to be developed that could deliver both video and audio to the viewing audience, so HDMI connectors were invented to handle both requirements. Contact us for more information regarding our various HDMI connector types, or request a quote for further pricing details today.
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