6FT 30AWG Mini-HDMI (Type C) to HDMI (Type A)1.3a Cable

6FT 30AWG Mini-HDMI (Type C) to HDMI (Type A)1.3a Cable

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6FT 30AWG Mini-HDMI (Type C) to HDMI (Type A)1.3a Cable

***Connect your portable DVs, Cameras, Game Consoles to your HDTV with a true HD connection! ***

HDMI Mini (type C) connectors are the new high definition standard for connecting HDMI equiped portable devices such as high definition camcorders. This cable will allow you to connect your portable device to the standard HDMI connector (type A) found on most televisions and A/V recievers. These cable meet the newest HDMI 1.3 specifications.

HDMI is designed to deliver both clear high definition video and high resolution multi-channel digital audio.


Specs & Features

Connector Type: HDMI male to HDMI male Connector Finish: Gold Length: 6ft Gauge: 30AWG # of conductors: 19 Conductor Plating: Tin Ferrite Cores: No Net Jacket: No Built-in Equalizer: No Supported Resolutions: 480i to 1080p HDMI Certified: Yes HDMI Spec: 1.3a Category 2 Certified: No HDCP Compliant: Yes CEC Compliant: Yes ROHS Compliant: Yes


The HDMI specification defines the protocols, signals, electrical interfaces, and mechanical requirements of the standard. The maximum pixel clock rate for HDMI 1.0 was 165 MHz, which was sufficient for supporting 1080p and WUXGA (19201200) at 60 Hz. HDMI 1.3 increased that to 340 MHz, which allows for higher resolution (such as WQXGA, 25601600) across a single digital link. An HDMI connection can either be single-link (Type A/C) or dual-link (Type B) and can have a video pixel rate of 25 MHz to 340 MHz (for a single-link connection) or 25 MHz to 680 MHz (for a dual-link connection). Video formats with rates below 25 MHz (e.g., 13.5 MHz for 480i/NTSC) are transmitted using a pixel-repetition scheme.

HDMI 1.0 to HDMI 1.2a uses the CEA-861-B video standard, and HDMI 1.3+ uses the CEA-861-D video standard.The CEA-861-D document defines the video timing requirements, discovery structures, and data transfer structure. The color spaces that can be used by HDMI are ITU-R BT.601, ITU-R BT.709-5, and IEC 61966-2-4. HDMI can encode the video in xvYCC 4:4:4 (816 bits per component), sRGB 4:4:4 (816 bits per component), YCbCr 4:4:4 (816 bits per component), or YCbCr 4:2:2 (812 bits per component).

HDMI supports up to 8 channels of uncompressed audio at sample sizes of 16-bit, 20-bit, and 24-bit, with sample rates of 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz, 176.4 kHz, and 192 kHz. HDMI also supports any IEC61937-compliant compressed audio stream, such as Dolby Digital and DTS, and up to 8 channels of one-bit DSD audio (used on Super Audio CDs) at rates up to four times that of Super Audio CD.With version 1.3, HDMI supports lossless compressed audio streams Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.
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