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HDMI-A
VIDEO CABLE: HDMI
• Conductive-Coated Conductors
Conductive-Coated Conductors
• Solid High-Density PE
• Critical Twist Geometry
WHY: Previous video standards (composite, “S”, component, RGB) transmit an analog signal. When two digi-
tal devices are connected with HDMI or DVI, the digital signal stays clearer and noise-free.
Both the DVI-D and the more recent HDMI transmission standards come from the same “working group.” Both 
systems transmit the same uncompressed digital video signal. The only two differences you must know: 1) the 
connectors are different. 2) HDMI inputs and outputs are capable of digital audio; DVI-D is video only.
HOW: AudioQuest/CinemaQuest  HDMI-A  uses  large  Conductive-Coated  conductors.  Solid  High-Density 
Polyethylene  is  used  to  minimize  loss  caused  by  insulation,  and  to  insure  critical  geometry  stability. This 
HDMI-A cable has an HDMI connector on both ends. HDMI-A is also available also available with an HDMI 
connector on one end and a DVI-D connectors on the other end.
HDMI-A is available in a braided jacket in lengths of 1M, 2M and 3M. HDMI-A is available in an off-white PVC 
CL-3 rated jacket in various lengths from 4.5m to 12M. See picture below.
ADAPTERS
HDMI-A PVC


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