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Explained: HDMI 1.4 Vs. HDMI 1.3

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Published on Nov 5, 2010

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With the increase in new technology, bigger and better HD sources and the up-and-coming 3D market, switching to HDMI 1.4 cables is a move you should think about making. While HDMI 1.3 cables are generally more than ample for most standard HDMI content and able to pass both audio and video well, an HDMI 1.4 cable offers more.

When it comes to new content, especially 3D, 1.4 cables are needed. The 1.4 allows you to pass two different sources of video content, is compatible with uncompressed audio and eliminates all sync issues. It comes with an Audio Return Channel, which sends and receives audio signals to a receiver all within the same HDMI cable. The 1.4 cables also work with shared network connections on IP-based applications, supports DLNA, liquid HD and 3D formats, and comes complete with resolutions from 4k to 2k, which are four times larger than standard 1080p.

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