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HDMI Cables

High-definition multimedia interface cables HDMI® is an industry standard for connecting digital audio and video devices via a single cable HDMI® can connect any audio/video source, such as a set-top box, DVD player, or A/V receiver to an audio and/or video output device such as a digital television (DTV)

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HDMI Cables for Superior A/V Quality and Easier Organization

These days, HDMI cables are the standard, not a luxury. Informed professionals choose to use HDMI cables because they provide exceptional image and sound quality and are compatible with virtually all of today's modern high-definition A/V devices. Make sure that every media production your company presents reaches its full potential with our HDMI cables.

Enjoy Outstanding Picture and Audio Quality

HDMI cables are the key to unlocking stunning HD displays and detailed, immersive audio. Take advantage of your A/V equipment's full potential using a pure, uncompressed digital connection. Whether you watch an episode of your favorite TV show in the break room or dazzle an audience with the latest multimedia production, having HDMI cables is a must these days. If your company still relies on the cables of the past, now is the time to upgrade to the current industry standard.

Reduce Clutter and Improve Efficiency

HDMI cables eliminate the need for as many as 11 commonly used but outdated cables. Nearly all types of today's modern A/V equipment, including television sets, A/V receivers, DVR, set-top boxes, and Blu-ray disc players, have at least one HDMI input, and you can use HDMI cables interchangeably among them. Make setting up your company's next media display fast and simple by taking away the guesswork.

Invest in a Long-Term Media Solution

HDMI cables are not going anywhere anytime soon. Today's current HDTV technology utilizes less than 50 percent of HDMI's available bandwidth, so you can be confident that this technology has plenty of room to grow for the foreseeable future.