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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Monster HDMI cables vs. $39 Philips HDMI - will I really notice a difference?

NO - fancy HDMI cables are a scam.HDMI carries data, not signal. Gold is used in speaker cables that carries a signal that can degrade. HDMI is like USB or firewire and you don't get 'fancy' variet... Read More »

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 »

HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 1.4a Whats the difference?

HDMI 1.4 supports 3D, deep color (10 and 12 bit) 4k resolution, ethernet, and return audio, so no worries. Just make sure everything in the chain that you own supports 1.4 or things won't work.

Cheap hdmi cable or expensive hdmi cable does the quality make a difference?

HDMI is digital. it makes no difference at all.Traditional (S-video, Scart, compnent etc) are analogue, and yes it makes a big difference to get a reasonable (not 100's of pounds but tens) cable.T... Read More »