HDMI 2.0

The HDMI 2.0 Difference

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In order to get the most out of our home theater system, consider upgrading to HDMI 2.0. Working hard behind the scenes, HDMI is the main audio/video connection for TVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles, video streamers, sound bars, computers and more. It carries both video and audio in one cable, allows digital encryption, and generally delivers perfect video and audio quality without any degradation. With technology continuing to evolve and the increase in video streaming content, having the latest HDMI version improves the overall viewing experience.

Most recent devices are compatible with HDMI 2.0, but it is important to have the right cable and connectors. One of the most important components is the cable. HDMI 2.0 cables ensure that you can enjoy a crisp image and crystal clear audio. Most cables can transmit High Dynamic Range (HDR) Video, Ultra HD 4Kx2K and support wide angle theatrical 21:9 video aspect ratio. The result? Stunning and smooth images from across the color spectrum that can be viewed from anywhere in the room. 

If your needs include displaying the same audio and video on two or more displays at the same time, consider an HDMI Splitter. The HDMI 2.0 versions are equipped with the most current HDMI specifications, supports Ultra HD video signals, and have an easy plug and play interface.

Today’s home entertainment systems usually have multiple devices. That is where HDMI Switch comes in. The HDMI 2.0 version supports the most current HDMI specifications and allows you to easily switch between multiple source devices on a single TV or display. Connect all your gadgets—cable boxes, game consoles, Blu-ray players, etc., and easily choose which source to display on the TV.