HDMI 2.0

Why is everyone raving about HDMI 2.0? For one thing, it provides double the bandwidth of HDMI 1.4 in order to handle the best resolution currently on the market – 4k.   Even though HDMI 1.4 can play 4k content, it usually cannot be used for gaming or television broadcasts. 1.4 also fails to deliver the 10 to 12-bit color that 2.0 can easily muster.  As long as the TV or device also has HDCP 2.2, which prevents illegal copying of 4k content – HDMI 2.0 will stream and/or play all the 4k content you can find.  Better still, 2.0 is backwards compatible, so you don’t have to worry about digging into your pockets for the funds to purchase a new cable.  Your current HDMI 1.4 cable will do the trick.  A symbol of progress, HDMI 2.0 is capable of connecting to all the newest generation devices – from cable/satellite receivers to game consoles to streaming sticks to Blu-Ray players, and all those devices that will be hitting stores in the projected future.

Sceptre 4k TVs are all equipped with HDMI 2.0. Check out the popular 49″ model Here.

For more details about HDMI 2.0, visit the HDMI website: http://www.hdmi.org/manufacturer/hdmi_2_0/hdmi_2_0_faq.aspx

2 responses to HDMI 2.0

  1. […] MHL stands for Mobile High Definition Link and it is a mobile audio/video interface which allows you to connect your smartphone or tablet to an HD displays and audio receivers.  The function shares a port with HDMI (usually HDMI 2 or HDMI 3 ports) on the display.  Using an HDMI cable that has one modified connector, the HD display will then mirror all activity that is performed on the connected device. This function works similarly to connecting your laptop to an HDTV utilizing a VGA or HDMI port. […]

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