|The QED Profile HDMI won Best HDMI Cable up to £50 and Product of the Year back in 2010. QED has now release a updated version of the QED Profile HDMI series. The new Profile HDMI is now 1.4v and 3D ready with Ethernet channel and Audio Return. QED's new Profile Series HDMI Cables are specifically designed to offer class leading QED performance at an affordable price - without compromise.|
The QED Profile HDMI Cable has been designed to connect and transfer digital video and digital audio signals between Blu-ray Player, DVD Player, HD Digital TV Box or HD Games Console to the following components: AV Amplifier, Plasma or LCD TV or Projector.
- QED Profile Precision High Speed With Ethernet HDMI Cable
- Length 2m
- High definition 1.4, 3D TV compatible cable
- Unrivalled ultra-compact performance
- Micro-moulded easy grip connectors
- Ultra-flexible 99.999% oxygen-free copper conductors
- Shielded for enhanced signal protection
- Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defect
- 1080p Full HD
WHAT IS HDMI
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first supported standard that includes both digital audio and video. It is used to connect High-Definition Displays to other AV equipment such as DVD players.
HDMI has the following advantages over its analogue predecessors :
Superior, uncompressed digital video and audio quality
One Simple, user-friendly connector that replaces the maze of cabling
Integrated remote control
WHY USE OXYGEN FREE COPPER?
The QED One series cables uses oxygen free copper in all its interconnects and speaker cables. Oxygen free copper is produced in a way that virtually eliminates the oxygen content. Because there are fewer impurities in this type of copper it improves its conductivity.
WHY USE GOLD CONNECTORS?
In conditions under which most other metals either tarnish or corrode away, gold remains inert and extremely durable. So where resistance to tarnish or corrosion is essential, such as in plugs where tarnish can obscure a signal. It is import to either use gold, a gold alloy, or to plate gold onto a less noble metal. All this means is that the performance of gold electroplating remain essentially unaltered with time.