Additional HDMI Info

HDMI Cables are discussed and write about on all corners of the internet. I would like this site — http://www.hdmicableguide.info to be the hub for all things HDMI. However, there are a few other places that I have found to have quality information on the topic. In fact, I have referenced information from some of them. So, on this page, I wanted to include them as resources that you can also tap for additional info on the topic of “HDMI Cables”.

1) http://www.hdmi.org

This site is the official site of HDMI Licensing, LLC. — You can find information about labeling of HDMI products, details about what is included in each version, which companies are genuine HDMI manufacturers and adoptors, how to become an adoptor and even a HDMI product finder. The bottom line is that it is a source of valuable information on the topic.

2) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI

This is an all around good site for many topics. But, I find that the information about HDMI in general and more specifically HDMI cables is really good. It tend to drill down a bit more into the technical details about HDMI Cable. Most of the information presented here can probably be found at “HDMI.org” but there is a lot less marketing related information.

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