Tributaries Releases Series 1 HDMI Cable for Performance and Value 
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Written by Dick Ward   
Tuesday, 23 February 2010

High cost HDMI cables have been called pointless at best and fraudulent at worst, and many companies have responded by creating lower end HDMI solutions.  The latest release from Tributaries is designed with both value and performance in mind, and is priced to move.

The Series 1 cables have been classified as HDMI 1.3b Category 2 and classified as high speed HDMI.   They’ve been tested in real world conditions by use of a Blu-ray player and a 1080p flat panel set, though the company doesn’t specify LCD or plasma.

Cables that don’t meet Tributaries’ standards are rejected, and the Series 1 cables are tested for color fidelity and “sparkle free” performance.  They’re triple shielded for “added piece of mind” and to ensure an interference free experience.

The cables can be purchased in a variety of sizes.  The smallest is a ½ meter cable that runs $25, while the largest is a 3 meter cable for $40.00. The cables can also be purchased directly from Tributaries in bulk.







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