Problems With Long HDMI Cables?

Answer High definition multimedia interface allows a single-cable connection to a HDTV set from a variety of signal producing sources such as cable and satellite receivers, DVD players, game consoles and ... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Problems With Long HDMI Cables

Is there a difference between expensive hdmi cables and cheap hdmi cables?

Mostly the difference is just durability. More expensive cables can have better features, such as better surround sound and communication features. Other than those, a cheap HDMI cable can usually ... Read More »

Do long HDMI cables cause delay?

No. Digital signals, like electricity in general, travel at close to the speed of light (light is, after all, electromagnetic radiation that is visible). 20 feet will be imperceptible.Crosstalk is ... Read More »

Is the PS3 compatible with HDMI cables?

The PS3 supports HDMI connections. The PS3 does not come with an HDMI cable (only standard AV cables). Any standard HDMI cable will work. While they may work, converters (e.g. DVI to HDMI) are not ... Read More »

Can you use standard cables with an HDMI TV?

Yes, believe it or not, you can use regular coax cable, s-video, etc to connect to your HD TV. Picture quality won't be so great but it will work. HDMI or component cables give the best PQ. There ... Read More »