HDMI Cable Buying Guide

Standard speed cables can handle up to 1080i. High speed can handle definition far beyond 1080p. Here’s the thing: the price difference is negligible, so only buy high-speed cables. Most HDMI cables you’ll find in a store are high-speed cables.

Very few products have Ethernet-over-HDMI compatibility, so it’s not likely you need to pay extra for the feature in the cable. If you want to “future proof” your system slightly, then that’s your call. For most people, though, I don’t see the point. Again, the price difference is marginal, so it’s not a big deal either way.

If you’re sure your equipment has Ethernet-over-HDMI compatibility, then of course check out those HDMI cables. That likelihood is small, though.

Categories: Electronic & Gadget
Tags: cable

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