HDMI Kabel Information Launches Their Informative Portal Regarding the HDMI Kabel Test
10/09/2011

HDMI cables that are labeled ‘120 Hz,’ ‘240Hz,’ and ‘480 Hz’ are an HDMI Cable Sham because the HDMI Kabel test suggests that the same HDTV signal flows through all HDMI cables.

Online PR News – 09-October-2011 – – HDMI cables that are labeled ‘120 Hz,’ ‘240Hz,’ and ‘480 Hz’ are an HDMI Cable Sham because the HDMI Kabel test suggests that the same HDTV signal flows through all HDMI cables and they cannot be manufactured for specific refresh-rate HDTVs per the informative website hdmikabelinfo.de. The HDMI Kabel Test proves that the refresh rate of a television is not decided by the signal flowing to it and it in determined by the set's circuitry once the signal reaches it. So, the intent of the refresh-rate labeling is an HDMI Cable Scam that is created by retailers of television and sellers like Best Buy to fool naïve customers into buying unnecessary and overpriced cables that are also labeled 3D only to lure customers. These cables are neither worth the price that people end up paying for them nor do they improve the image quality.

These cables are a single-wire solution to conduct audio tracks, Blu-ray video image , and standard or high definition 2-D or 3-D video image to an HDTV from a source. There are only two types of HDMI cables are included per the HDMI licensing specifications; standard or category 1 and high speed or category 2 for the highest bandwidth 1080p video and 3 D signals from cables. HDMI cable makers quote various refresh rates that they claim are backed by television manufacturers to improve video quality and they mislabel these step-up quality HDMI cables.

The prices of a number of HDMI cables available from a number of stores like Dynex, Rocketfish, AudioQuest, and Monster have been reviewed at hdmikabelinfo.de. One of the most salient features of HDMI cables are the gold coating that protecting the cable wires from rust due to rain and moisture and the HDMI Licensing LLC does not create any rules regarding additional labels and they only license the design, specifications and labeling of cables as standard or high speed. The website lists the various factors that determine the quality of a good HDMI cable such as the shielding and some of them offer additional features like Ethernet pass-through and audio return.