Wireworld said that tests with the Headphone Cable Polygraph are “much more revealing” than standard cable-vs-cable test comparisons.
Wireworld Cable Technology, a manufacturer of high-performance audio and video cables, announced this week that it will participate in
Key Digital, a manufacturer of technology for HDTV applications, announced a pair of new products in its Fat Cat Series of 4k HDBaseTV/
Using existing in-wall passive HDMI cables, the Ethereal HDM-GA1 Gigabit Accelerator lets the user upgrade and support full 4K.
Altec Lansing today announced new collections of “everything-proof” power banks, cables and cases for smartphones and tablets to be released in Europe in spring 2016.
At CEDIA Expo last week, Monster showcased its most advanced HDMI cables for the CI market: the MSeries 2000 HDMI cable, which includes fiber optic, subwoofer and digital coax models. They feature onboard “performance indicators” providing a visual indicator of the video format up to 4K resolution. The cables carry Monster’s Cable for Life technology guarantee that ensures if new technologies come along that surpass the cables’ carriage capacity, the company will replace them free of charge.
Five years ago, Monoprice was associated with two things: HDMI cables and nerds. Being able to tell people about two-buck Monoprice cables, and to explain, with confidence, why Monster cables were a scam, was one of the wonderful small privileges of geekdom; today, it's one of the dwindling few.
In addition to making its boosters look smart, Monoprice had a pretty solid pitch. Its cables were cheap! They worked fine! The company was based in the U.S., processed orders quickly, had a return policy and answered emails. It was like eBay without the risk.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show plays host to the wackiest, sexiest gadgets and technology you can dream up. Tucked deep in the back of the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Hall, however, was a small grey cubicle where quiet meetings took place between press, audio/video manufacturers, and a group called the HDBaseT Alliance. Nothing about what they're doing is wacky or sexy, yet it's one of the most innovative and important technologies at this year's CES.
Imagine your television's A/C power cable, its HDMI cable, its various audio cables, USB and ethernet