|Ultralink/XLO Cables Meet 1.3b Standards|
|Home Theater News Cables News|
|Written by AVRev.com|
|Tuesday, 04 September 2007|
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Using a low capacitance, nitrogen-injected FPE dielectric insulation, the Advanced Performance Series is Ultralink's most consistent high-end performer. Also known in their literature as the Videophile HDMI cable, there are a total of 10 different lengths available from 1 meter to 15 meters, offered at prices starting at $90 retail.
While every Ultralink cable, regardless of series, delivers tremendous performance and outstanding value, in every product line there has to be one series that goes beyond all the rest. A series that uses the best materials available, utilizes all of a company's resources and best designs, a series without regard to cost that will deliver unrivaled performance for reference quality audio and video systems. For Ultralink, that is the HDMI Pro MkII 1.3(tm) Series, which employs Teflon dielectric insulation and cryogenically treated, silver-plated, Lab-Grade 6N copper. Offerings of the new HDMI Pro MkII 1.3 range from 1 - 15 meters in length and pricing that begins at $120 retail.
All the new Ultralink HDMI 1.3b cables are in stock, shipping now, and can be seen in Booth 564 at the Colorado Convention Center during the CEDIA EXPO in Denver, CO. starting September 5.
Source: Press Release