DVI to HDMI Digital Video Cable


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DVI to HDMI Digital Video Cable

  
Take DVI to the next level with a DVI-D to HDMI cable! For uncompromised digital video quality from your computer to HDTV, this cable takes advantage of the inherent signal compatibility between DVI and HDMI for inexpensive lossless adaption. And it works in both directions, so it's like you're getting two cables for the price of one!  

1163-03C   HDMI to DVI-D HD Video Cable   3 ft $ 27.00   90 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-06C   HDMI to DVI-D HD Video Cable   6 ft $ 29.95   134 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-10C   HDMI to DVI-D HD Video Cable   10 ft $ 35.00   62 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-15C   HDMI to DVI-D HD Video Cable   15 ft $ 45.00   67 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-25C   HDMI to DVI-D HD Video Cable   25 ft $ 59.00   20 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-A   HDMI-M to DVI-F Video Adapter   M::F $ 16.95   26 in stock   Add to Cart
1163-B   HDMI-F to DVI-M Video Adapter   F::M $ 16.95   110 in stock   Add to Cart

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The 1163 HDMI 'A' to DVI-D video cable is for DVD and Blu-Ray players, computers, flat-panel LCD monitors, and HDTV television displays. It seamlessly converts a standard DVI-D digital input/output to an HDMI output/input, working in either direction to complete your video setup and provide the maximum quality of your high-def digital picture.

The HDMI interface is the dominant format in digital multimedia, designed to provide bi-directional communication between devices and displays, and is primarily found in consumer electronics products like DVD and Blu-Ray players, set-top cable boxes, video streaming boxes, and HDTV sets. In the computer sphere, DVI is still the number one player, and is found on most every desktop computer and flatscreen monitor.

DataPro's HDMI to DVI cable has connectors of type HDMI 'A' and DVI-D, and will function both as an HDMI-to-DVI and as a DVI-to-HDMI. The digital signals are inherently compatible, so no active components are necessary. If you have a recent video card (GeForce 400 series, Radeon HD4000 series, Intel HD 2000, or newer) the DVI output signal will also contain audio! Computers with older video cards will need to send the audio separately.

The DVI-D connector is a single-link plug, because HDMI does not currently support dual-link resolutions.

For an introduction to the HDMI technology, see our HDMI Info and FAQ page. For more information on DVI, see our All About DVI Info Page.


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