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Find a huge range of HDMI products (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital audio and video interface used to transmit high-definition video and audio signals between devices like TVs, monitors, projectors, and various sources such as computers, gaming consoles, and DVD players. HDMI comes in different versions, and each version has a specific range of capabilities. Here are the main HDMI versions and their associated ranges:
HDMI 1.0 to HDMI 1.4:Resolution: Up to 1080p (Full HD) Audio: Supports up to 8 audio channels, and it includes standard audio formats. Data Rate: Up to 10.2 Gbps.
HDMI 2.0:Resolution: Supports 4K (Ultra HD) at 60 frames per second (fps) and 1080p at 240 fps. Audio: Supports up to 32 audio channels and more advanced audio formats. Data Rate: Up to 18 Gbps.
HDMI 2.0a and HDMI 2.0b:These are minor updates to HDMI 2.0, with added support for high dynamic range (HDR) video and other enhancements for better video quality.
HDMI 2.1:Resolution: Supports 8K at 60Hz and 4K at 120Hz. It also has support for higher resolutions and frame rates like 10K and 120Hz at 4K. Audio: Enhanced audio features, including support for advanced audio formats and eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel) for better audio quality. Data Rate: Up to 48 Gbps, enabling higher resolutions and faster refresh rates.
HDMI 2.1 is the most recent version of HDMI as of my last knowledge update in 2021 and offers the widest range of capabilities in terms of resolution, frame rates, and features. However, the actual capabilities of HDMI in a specific setup depend on the devices connected and the HDMI cables being used.