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What are the three types of HDMI cables?

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HDMI stands for High-Definition Multimedia Interface, a standard for the simultaneous transmission of digital video and audio from a source, such as a computer or television cable box, to a computer monitor, television, or projector. Originally developed by the Alliance of Electronics Manufacturers, it has been widely adopted, with almost all televisions and computer monitors that support the interface.

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The HDMI interface allows the port to send high-resolution digital video, theater-quality sound, and device commands through an HDMI connector and a single HDMI cable, each designed to support video resolutions and features within the HDMI specification.

 

Most HDMI connectors in use today are Type A (Standard), Type C (Mini) and Type D (Micro) HDMI Type B (Dual Link) was developed for ultra high resolution displays but has never been used.

 

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