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If you're someone who's eager to have the latest and greatest electronic devices, depend on an HDMI cable to keep them all compatible with each other and able to offer optimal performance. You only have to use one of these accessories for an entire home entertainment system, and then it’ll offer consistent results across digital video and multi-channel audio systems.

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If you're someone who's eager to have the latest and greatest electronic devices, depend on an HDMI cable to keep them all compatible with each other and able to offer optimal performance. You only have to use one of these accessories for an entire home entertainment system, and then it’ll offer consistent results across digital video and multi-channel audio systems. Keep reading to learn which ratings to look for when buying cables.

The Speed Rating

This is related to the maximum amount of data the HDMI cable can handle. If you have a 3-D or high-definition video system, look for a continuous throughput of 10.2 Gbps or greater. A higher speed rating indicates an ability to handle greater bandwidth levels.

That could be important if you need to permit communication between a large number of video and audio devices simultaneously, or are concerned about being prepared to handle emerging and future technologies.

Color Bit Depth Rating

The color bit depth associated with a particular HDMI cable is also linked to bandwidth. If you intended on only buying the most basic cables, those might have a color bit depth rating of eight. However, some higher bandwidth models could have a color bit depth rating of up to fourteen.

A higher number would indicate the ability to show colors in a more nuanced way, so if you're working with a video system that's been built to showcase sharp images full of rich colors, don't make the mistake of purchasing cables that can't deliver those results. If you buy cables that can't support the specific features of your system, you'll be unable to fully enjoy them, just because the accessories you've chosen aren't compatible.

In-Wall Rating

Many people feed the cords of their home audio and video systems underneath the flooring or behind walls. If you plan to do that, be sure to choose an HDMI cable that’s designed to be used in that manner, as indicated by an in-wall rating. Normally, cables of that sort have special material to make them more fire resistant.

By keeping these ratings in mind, it should be easier to find cables that work well with your home audiovisual equipment. Begin by browsing our website to select accessories today.

Please stop by our online retail store at www.Cables.com and you’re certain to find exactly what you are looking for in our comprehensive selection of merchandise.

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