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|Connector Type||HDMI® male to DVI-D Single-Link male|
|Number of Conductors||19|
|Supported Resolutions||480i to 4K|
|Bandwidth||up to 340 MHz per channel (1.02 GHz total)|
|Data Throughput||up to 3.4 Gbps per channel (10.2 Gbps total)|
|Deep Color||10-bit, 12-bit, and 3x16-bit (48-bit RGB or YCbCr), X.V.Color™|
|UL File #||E139956|
|UL Style #||20276|
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There is no audio carried thru to the TV as designed, but that is not needed as the receiver handles that.
PROS: It worked for connecting a new home theater AV receiver (HDMI output) to my older TV with DVI input.
Check your TV first My TV (Panasonic TC-P50S1) by default cropped/overscanned the signal. It does not allow me to disable the cropping/overscan at 720p. So I will need to upgrade my 720p video card so that nothing gets cut off. 10/10 since the cable does it's job.
PROS: The plastic mesh around the cable helps protect the cable.
CONS: Kind of hard to coil up and put in my backpack to transport