Planning to Buy an New TV at Boxing Day? You Should Get HDMI Cable First

Are you going to buy an new TV at Boxing Day? We advise you get HDMI cable first, which is essential to your TV’s picture quality.

What is HDMI and where to buy HDMI Cable in Canada?

HDMI is short for High Definition Multimedia Interface, which is greatly simplifies hookup of your HDTV and home theater components. HDMI is the modern standard for connecting audio/video devices and ensure reliable, all-digital signal transmission for brilliant performance. Moreover, HDMI is one of the easiest way to connect your various devices with very little configuration.

The number of cables you’ll need, as well as their type and length, will be determined by the complexity of your home theater system and the distance between the components. Here are some tips. How many cables you need is depend on how to connect your devices. The most common and simplest connection is to connect directly to your home theater. So you just calculate how many devices you need to connect, which must be one cable between two devices. Or to switch from one HDMI source to another (for instance, from your cable box to the Blu-ray player), you simply use the TV’s remote control. If you have more source devices than available input ports on your TV or if you need flexibility to add and remove mobile devices quickly, you can purchase a stand-alone HDMI switch. In systems that include an AV receiver, source devices are typically routed through the AV receiver to the TV. In this type of system, switching between HDMI source devices is controlled by the AV receiver’s input selector controls. So you need at least two HDMI cable.

For cable length, it always round up when estimating connection distances. It’s better to have a bit too much cable than to come up short. For cable type, if you plan to enjoy 1080p content (i.e., Blu-ray Discs) or any advanced display technologies (3D, 4K, etc.), a High Speed HDMI Cable, 24AWG CL2 High Speed HDMI Cableis recommended. For 1080i or 720p signals (most cable, broadcast, and satellite HD signals), a Standard HDMI Cable,  24AWG CL2 Standard HDMI Cable is recommended. For more information about HDMI cable types, see here

Monoprice 24AWG CL2 Standard HDMI Cable

Monoprice 24AWG CL2 Standard HDMI Cable

What should you look for in an HDMI cable? Construction and materials, speed rating, bit depth rating, connector enhancements and specific feature support should be considered carefully because the innovative design features really enhance the performance and reliability of the cable. will help you buy a satisfied HDMI cable by our friendly customer service.

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