With the rapid development of digital technology, there are more and more digital equipments that we have to learn. I believe that overwhelming majority people are not very familiar with the HDMI 1.3 and 1.4. Do you know if you should change the cable when you use the 3D player? As a professional, I would like to show you the difference between HDMI 1.3 and HDMI 1.4
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has become the standard audio and video connection for high-definition home theater gear. Every new HDTV has at least two HDMI inputs, and gadgets such as DVRs, DVD players, Blu-ray players, game consoles, and computers feature HDMI outputs to deliver audio and video. Having a single cable handling both images and sound has the potential to make home theaters much simpler, but that's not always the case. Faced with complex standards (HDMI 1.2 vs. 1.3), confusing buzzwords (Deep Color), and exorbitantly priced cables (Monster), many buyers may be tempted to throw up their hands and stick with the analog cables they know.
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ever HDMI cable you use, providing the cable is capable of transmitting the signal without too much loss. An HDMI cable with too much loss will be immediately obvious as the picture will look like it has white dots all over it, referred to as 'sparklies'. If you are going to use 3D player, 1.4 is wanted. At the present, most HDMI output interfaces such as 1073 can just support 1.3 and even though you have the 3D Video Source you are not able to see it in 1073. So, what kind of equipment can support the 1.4? For example, the Blu-ray DVD that can support 1.4, can be used with 1.3 if you use the 1.4HDMI, which means as long as the HDMI is 1.4, the cable can be 1.3 or 1.4, any one of them.
Secondly, you can use HDMI cable 1.3 and 1.4 and all the cables do not need to be changed. What about the HDMI? Only the HDMI1.4 can support the 3D resource. The 3D film can not be completed without the HDMI1.4. For example, if your have TV with HDMI, but not be the 3D TV OF 1.4, then you can not use it even though you have 3D blue-ray equipments.
By all what I said, you must be very clear of the so called HDMI 1.3 and 1.4. As far as I know, the HDMI 1.4 is more useful than the 1.3 because you can use it in many digital types of equipment without any problem. Therefore, if you want to buy HDMI, the 1.4 should be your best choice even though it may be a lit bit expensive than 1.3 and I do not think you want to buy something which will be obsolete in few years.