Monday, 31 October 2005
television manufacturers showcasing their latest 1080p displays and
more high-definition content available to audiences, HDMI connections
are becoming increasingly important to home theater systems. Viewers
want the highest resolution they can get but many high-definition TVs
only have one digital input which makes switching between satellite
receivers, cable boxes, TiVos, DVD players and gaming system difficult.
Dtrovision’s one company trying to solve many of the connection
problems users might be facing. Its PureLink™ brand offer solutions
that include a two-in, one-out ($299) and a four-in, one-out switch
($549). Consumers who want to connect multiple HDTVs to the same DVI
source can use one of PureLink's™ distribution amps that range from
one-in, two-out ($349) to 18-in, 18-out for professional users
($29,999). They also offer fiber optic cables that can carry HD content
to displays up to 330 feet away from the source, allowing for a lot
more flexibility than copper cables that lose fidelity when ...