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 What is the difference between HD and HDMI?

Answer HD stands for High Definition. HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Iterface. HDMI is the input for 1080p HD programming. HD is the actual resolution 1920x1080p is the standard for HD current... Read More »
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What is the difference between HDMI and Xbox HDMI cables?

If you are attempting to plug an Xbox 360 into a flat-panel television, you may have noticed that Microsoft sells its own branded cables. You may be wondering: What is the difference between those ... Read More »
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Is there a difference between a $10 HDMI cable and a $100 HDMI cable If yes, then what are they?

Cables make a diference. But how much depends on the application, media, equipment, etc.. More detail on your exact application, would help to determine what you need, or are you a fomenter?
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What is the difference between HDMI and DVI?

Both cables use a digital video signal, so as far as picture is concerned they will look identical. The difference is that HDMI also carries digital audio. In general HDMI is preferred to DVI in mo... Read More »
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What is the difference between HDMI 2x 3x 4x 5x etc?

2x, 3x, 4x etc. is the number of HDMI ports.I got the followin from HDMI.ORGHDMI is the global standard for connecting high-definition Consumer Electronics and PC products. It's the uncompressed, a... Read More »
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