Compare this 1080p DVI to HDMI Cable
with any other DVI to HDMI cable and you'll pick ours. The bidirectional DVI to HDMI cable cable will not only support the fast 148.5 MHz 1080p signal but of course will support todays resolutions of 480i, 480p, 720p and 1080i so you can use it on your existing equipment.
DVI to HDMI CABLE FEATURES:
- This 1080p male DVI to male HDMI cable is tested to 480i / 480p / 720p / 1080i and 1080p to assure you of the best picture available today with ANY cable
- 24 Kt gold plated connectors
- In wall rated
- Superb build quality to look good in your home theater
- High bandwidth DVI-D compatible
- Low attenuation & extremely low loss
- Very accurate 100 ohm impedance to prevent detail robbing standing waves
- HDCP copy compliant
- Huge 24 gauge pure copper wire and longer cables have an immense 22 gauge wire to assure 1080p
- RF canceling ferrite's on longer cables
- Bidirectional - HDMI to DVI or DVI to HDMI
This DVI to HDMI cable can be used with the following devices:
- High definition Dish Network and DirecTV receivers
- High definition TiVo's
- High definition cable receivers
- Sony PS3, HD DVD and Blu-ray DVD players
- Xbox 360 Elite
- Upconverting DVD players
- An APPLE TV
- A/V surround sound receiver / preamp
- and other similar devices.
The wire used in this DVI to HDMI cable is at least 24 gauge and some come with ferrite's to eliminate harmful random RF signals that will impact your HDMI video. The 3 foot to 15 foot HDMI to DVI cables are made with a tough net jacket so they will always protect the 1080p signal.Tip:
It's always a good practice when using long cables that are installed in walls to test your DVI to HDMI chain out first by laying the cables on the ground and plugging them into you source devices and HDTV before installing them. It's far easier to diagnose problems this way then when they are in the wall.
All of our DVI to HDMI cables have gold plated connectors which resist corrosion 100 times better then non-plated connectors. Many home theater applications require the cables be installed inside walls, fireplaces or other moisture rich areas and using our gold plated connectors assures you that you will not have any future corrosion issues that may result in a bad high definition picture. You can be assured of the finest picture when you buy the best 1080p HDMI to DVI cable we know how to make.This 1080p DVI to HDMI cable is HDCP Compliant.
HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) is a standard encoded into the video signal to prevent it from being pirated. If a source device is HDCP coded and is connected to a DVI display or projector without the proper HDCP decoding mechanism, the picture is relegated to snow or in some cases, very low (480p) resolutions of the images. In order to see HDTV with HDCP compliance, both the source, the display and any device in between must be equipped with DVI / HDMI connections that can enable HDCP decoding, such as this 1080p DVI to HDMI cable and newer devices such as Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD players that demand the technology.NOTE 1:
These DVI to HDMI cables are tested to pass a 1080p signal however you might still require a booster depending upon your source device. Some source devices do not have enough voltage and current to drive a long cables. Please see our HDMI boosters if you feel your source device can't drive long cables.NOTE 2:
In our understanding, the games on a PS3 should work on a computer monitor if the monitor is able to support HD resolutions of 720p, 1080i or 1080p. Copy protected movies, though, will definitely not work with computer monitors unless it is HDCP compliant.(*) NOTE TO PS3 USERS:
All Sony Playstation 3's have its default settings set not to HDMI so you should manually change the default AV setting to HDMI before connecting to an HDTV. Please make sure to reboot your PS3 system after the default setting has been changed to HDMI. Also, change the HDTV's default AV source to DVI before connecting it to PS3.
Your video is only as good as the cable that connects it. Why not buy this DVI to HDMI cable today?