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INSTEN Black 10-foot M/ M HDMI A/ V Cable (Set of Two)
These high-quality HDMI cables provide excellent audio-visual transfer properties that deliver signal without compromising purity and balance. These ten-feet male cables are ideal for HDTV, PlayStation 3, and projector-based applications.
ITEM#: 12540968These high-quality HDMI cables provide excellent audio-visual transfer properties that deliver signal without compromising purity and balance. These ten-feet male cables are ideal for HDTV, PlayStation 3, and projector-based applications.
- Combo set includes two (2) HDMI cables
- High performance quality HDMI-HDMI cable suitable for HDTV, PlayStation 3, and business class projector based applications
- Features molded strain-relief, and mylar-foil shielding
- Cable constructed using the high quality material for best contact connection between HDMI equipment
- A superb cable with excellent audio-visual transfer properties that deliver signal without compromising purity and balance
- High signal transfer rate and resistance in corrosion
- Large gauge PVC jacket provides maximum shielding against wear and tear and extreme temperatures
- Reinforced quad-layer braided shielding and mylar-foil shielding provides utmost protection against RF and EM interference
- Molded strain-relief design lessens plug/socket pressure
- Supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p resolution
- Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD master audio bitstream capable
- Color: Black
- Cable length: 10 feet
- Suggested applications: Multiple audio formats from stereo to multi-channel sound
Warning: California residents only, please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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HDMI Fact Sheet
High-definition programming for TV and films has led to a new standard in connector cables. HDMI A/V cables are one of the best ways to get high-definition video and sound from your high-quality entertainment electronics without any loss in picture or sound quality. You may have some questions about HDMI and about some of the terms you hear associated with digital picture and sound technology. To that end, here are some facts about the technology that will help you get a view of the big picture for these types of connector cables.
How to Compare Component Video Cables
Anyone with a high-end television and home theater setup is probably familiar with component video cables. They are the red, green and blue A/V cables that connect a device like a DVD player to a television. What many don't realize is that all component video cables are not created equal. Learn how to compare cable quality to get the most out of your home entertainment system.
HDMI Versions Explained
You've probably already noticed it. HDMI ports are being designed into more and more electronics, including portable devices like phones and cameras. Different HDMI versions are released as new capabilities are added by electronics manufacturers. Knowing a few facts about HDMI specifications will help you choose the right devices and HDMI A/V cables that will give you the best picture and sound capabilities for your computer, HDTV, video game console and home theater system.
Tips on Choosing HDMI Cables
Home entertainment technology has now moved into the digital age, and high-quality connector cables have been developed to keep up with modern TVs, stereos and home theaters. HDMI (High Definition Media Interface) cables offer a single-cable solution for both audio and video on high-definition devices. Most HDTVs offer at least one HDMI input. Devices such as DVD players, Blu-ray players, computers and game consoles have HDMI outputs. HDMI cables make connecting electronic devices much easier by combining audio and video transmission into one cable. Choosing an HDMI cable from the wide variety available is simple if you consider a few simple tips.
FAQs about HDMI Cables
High-definition televisions, Blu-ray disc players and other HD devices require better connector cable technology to transmit HD sound and picture data between devices. High-definition multimedia interface cables, usually called HDMI cables, have quickly become the most popular choice for HD devices. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about HDMI cables to help you cut through the jargon and understand how HDMI will affect how you experience music, movies and games.
Best Ways to Hide Home Theater Cables
A common challenge to setting up your home theater is hiding all the speaker wires, A/V cables and network cables that connect your home theater components. Without a proper cable management plan, the wires in your home theater can look tangled and unorganized. Cables running along the floor, ceiling and walls break up the clean lines and color schemes of your home theater room. If you don't want to invest the time or money into a professional installation or open your walls up to lay wires, there are several other cable management solutions available. Here are some of the best cable management ideas to help you hide unsightly cables and wires in your home theater.
How to Pick the Best Video Cable for Your DVD
A DVD player is a key component of any home theater system. You can connect a DVD player to your home theater receiver or directly to your television. Both methods are extremely easy, although which one you choose depends upon the best video quality your particular system can provide. Using the right A/V cable is part of achieving the best possible video quality with your system. Here are a few tips for choosing the best video cable connection possible from your DVD player to your home theater system.
Diamond Buying Guide
Fine jewelry is an investment that can last for generations, so it's important to know how to buy diamonds before you start shopping. When purchasing diamond jewelry, pay attention to the four C's: color, clarity, cut, and carat weight. These are the four characteristics by which a diamond's quality is measured. If all four are ranked high, the diamond jewelry will cost more, but it will be that much more beautiful and valuable.
Tips on Buying Women's Running Shoes
If you're interested in starting a new sport, running is one of the easiest to get into in terms of necessary equipment. Since so little gear is required, you can focus your investment on a pair of high-quality running shoes. As you shop, keep in mind that each person's perfect pair of running shoes will be different. Each runner has different feet, varying levels of commitment, and different goals, so the best shoe will be different for each individual. Despite all the different features available, every shoe should have a few standards; knowing what features you need will help you quickly narrow your search and get you the best shoe for your foot.
Motorcycle Jackets Buying Guide
Buying a motorcycle is a big deal, but so is buying a stylish motorcycle jacket to go with it. After your helmet, a high-quality black leather jacket may be the most important motorcycle gear you buy. A classic motorcycle jacket not only makes a statement of the wearer's individuality, but it also provides protection against the elements and offers crucial reinforcement for the body in the case of a crash. When you shop for a biker jacket that will protect you for years to come, you'll want to consider the material, the fit, the padding and the pockets. This motorcycle jacket buying guide will show you how to buy the men's motorcycle jacket or women's motorcycle jacket that is right for you.
Copier Fact Sheet
One of the most versatile office machines invented in the last 30 years, copiers have steadily improved in quality and reliability. Copiers reproduce documents at high speeds in black or color ink. You can even find all-in-one printers that copy, fax and print. Whether you need to make copies at the office or want to copy documents at home, investing in a copier can help make the process efficient and simple. Here are some facts you may want to consider when looking at copiers.
Best Ways to Wear Men's Velvet Blazers
Are you looking for a classy, versatile piece that works well for many different occasions? Invest in a high-quality, well-cut men's velvet blazer. Unlike other tailored pieces, the velvet blazer is comfortable to wear. It looks elegant at formal affairs, sharp at parties and cool for the weekend. Read on to find ways to wear velvet blazers in almost any setting. Put on a velvet blazer when attending a formal dinner. A black velvet blazer is an easy way to look polished at formal affairs. In contrast to the stiff tuxedo, the blazer evokes a warmer, effortless style. Create an outfit with a crisp collared shirt and a distinctive tie or bow tie. Add color in the tie or shirt so that your outfit includes more than black or white. If you are wearing a white shirt, select a colored or patterned tie or bow. Only wear one velvet piece at a time and wear tailored dress pants with your velvet blazer for a polished look perfect for any presentation or performance. Wear velvet on the weekend. Dress a velvet blazer down with a pair of denim jeans. Dressier colors, such as black and navy, will allow you to go to a more upscale party or on a date, while brown, tan and grey blazers look more casual. Pair a dark blazer with dark jeans for a stylish look or wear lighter jeans to create a sharp color contrast. A brown men's blazer will look rugged and vintage with a pair of worn-in, stonewashed jeans. Pair a velvet blazer with jeans for a party. The velvet blazer works well in a party atmosphere because it looks both dressy and cool. A black velvet blazer or navy blue men's blazer is most traditional, but you can also keep it more casual than your formal attire by wearing a turtleneck or cable-knit sweater instead of a collared shirt. Finish the outfit with a pair of dark jeans to create an edgier, effortless look or wear tailored pants for a put-together look. View All Men's Blazers Back to Guides Directory View All Men's Blazers
Popular Types of Quilts
Out of all the bedding made, quilts may be the most diverse. Quilts are produced in all kinds of colors, patterns, sizes, styles and types. If you're looking for a quilt but don't know where to start, take a look at the popular types of quilts below to learn more about this beautiful kind of bedding. Amish quilts: These beautiful quilts reflect the Amish way of living and feature solid colors, deep hues, geometric patterns and very little embellishment. Amish quilts contain the highest quality of construction and stitching, and, sometimes, the wonderful stitch patterns (scrolls, feathers) contrast with the simple backgrounds of their quilts. Applique quilts: These quilts use a French needlework technique where fabric pieces are sewn onto another piece of material to create a design. Applique is used extensively in the quilting process and is not to be confused with patchwork. Patchwork pieces are joined together; applique is sewn on top of the whole piece. Baltimore album quilts: Baltimore album quilts came from Maryland in the early 1800s. Each block in the design of these quilts is appliqued differently, often in ornate floral patterns. Bangladeshi quilts: These quilts are made with layers of Saree cloth. Saree cloth is silk cloth used by women of India to wrap and fold around the body as a garment. The cloth is usually 40 to 60 inches wide by 6 yards long. These quilts are used as bedding or as decorative pieces. Bargello quilts: Bargello quilts are created with offset squares in an up-and-down geometric "V" pattern. The small squares of different fabrics and the colorful designs make these quilts true works of art. Hawaiian quilts: Hawaiian quilts are not pieced, and they usually showcase a large, symmetrical applique in the center of the quilt. Most often the background is white or another solid color. Patchwork quilts: Patchwork quilts are constructed of many small pieces of fabric which are put together in an improvised or irregular pattern. This is a well-known quilt style, and examples of historical patchwork quilts are found in many museums. Ralli quilts: Ralli quilts, sometimes known as rilli quilts, are traditional quilts made in India or Pakistan. There is an abundance of embroidery as well as applique on the patchwork patterns. Star quilts: Star quilts are created with a large star shape, or several star shapes, dominating the pattern. Wedding ring quilts: Wedding ring quilts are crafted in a design of interlocking rings. This pattern goes far back in history: in the fourth century it was used to decorate drinking cups in Rome. Wedding ring quilts are highly popular and make wonderful wedding gifts. If you're looking for a gift to please an engaged couple, you can't go wrong with a wedding quilt. Bedding always makes a significant gift for the bride and groom, and a quilt with coordinating Egyptian cotton sheets can be even better. View All Quilts Back to Guides Directory View All Quilts
Tips on Getting the Best Picture and Sound Quality
You have your home theater system set up, but the picture isn't as sharp as you'd like, and the sound isn't loud or clear enough. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to help you remedy these issues and get the most from your home theater system.
LCD TVs vs Plasma TVs
Flat-screen TVs seem to be everywhere. For you, the choice may seem like a toss-up between plasma TVs and LCD TVs. These competing technologies each have advantages, so it's important to consider your specific needs before purchasing a flat-screen TV. If you are highly knowledgeable, you may want to consider the more technical specifications of LCD and plasma TVs. This is a fast-moving technology, so the advantages of each technology may soon even out with one another. Until then, here are some facts that may help you with the choice between plasma and LCD TV technology. Price differences. While price is important, it doesn't tell the whole story when comparing LCD and plasma. In the past, plasma TVs were slightly less expensive than LCD TVs of the same size, and the price differential became greater as the size of the television increased. The gap in price has narrowed between flat-screen technologies, though. Price is probably the least important factor, especially since you can find good deals on both plasma TVs and LCD TVs. Use. How you use your TV matters. Plasma TV screens are prone to "burn-in," a problem in which still or static images can be more or less permanently imprinted on the screen. This is of particular concern if you play video games, which tend to display static images for long periods of time in the same location on the screen. Fortunately, newer plasma TVs are less vulnerable to burn-in. If you plan to use your flat-screen TV for video games or other static images, LCD TVs may be a better choice. Environmental considerations. LCD TVs use an average of one-third to one-half as much energy as a plasma TV of the same size. The difference comes from the different lighting technologies. If you are concerned about your energy consumption, LCD is a greener choice. As technology improves, plasma TVs may improve their energy consumption. Lifespan. When early models of LCD TVs and plasma TVs were compared, LCD had the longer lifespan. But plasma technology has improved, and plasmas now boast a lifespan equal to LCDs. Most flat-screen TVs claim around a 60,000-hour lifespan. Depending on your usage, this means your flat-screen TV should last 20 years or more. The only parts of an LCD TV that wear out are the bulbs that illuminate the LCD screen. On a plasma TV, the bulbs will also go out before the screen does. Size and weight. LCD TVs are typically much lighter and less bulky than plasma TVs of the same size. Plasma TVs use glass for their screens, which is heavier and more fragile than the plastic used for LCD TVs. When mounting a large flat-screen TV on a wall, use a flat-screen TV mount and be sure that the wall can support your TV's weight. Picture. Both LCD TVs and plasma TVs produce amazing high-definition picture quality. Plasma TVs typically display blacks more clearly and show crisper detail during fast-moving programming, like sporting events. LCD TV technology is catching up, though, and LCD TVS usually offer greater native screen resolution than plasma TVs. This means more pixels per square inch, for a sharper overall picture. LCD TVs can lose picture quality when viewed at an angle. Some models do better than others on this, so be sure to do your research on any LCD TV's viewing angles. View All Televisions Back to Guides Directory View All Televisions
How to Connect Your DVD Player to Your Home Theater
Once you've purchased your new DVD player or Blu-ray player, you'll still need to connect it to your home theater system. If your home theater includes an AV receiver, then you'll want to connect your DVD or Blu-ray player to that receiver; otherwise, you can simply connect your new player directly to your television.
Features to Look for in an HD Camcorder
As you make the upgrade to an HDTV, it won't be long before your camcorder follows suit. Take advantage of your TV's higher resolution with camcorders capable of shooting in HD. You may want to shop carefully, however, because the digital camera industry is moving quickly through the HD transition and features vary dramatically between each type of HD camcorder. Look for a digital camcorder with several of these features for a camera that shoots quality high-definition video.
Blu-ray Buying Guide
If you're still using a DVD player, now may be the right time for you to upgrade your home theater system to Blu-ray players. This Blu-ray buying guide will help you determine how to buy a Blu-ray player that will fit nicely into your existing home entertainment setup.
Home Theater Buying Guide
New options for home audio and video electronics just keep getting better. It's now more affordable than ever to have cinema-quality displays and surround sound in your living room. If you're considering enhancing your home entertainment setup, home theater systems and components can help you make some big upgrades. This home theater buying guide will help you select a quality home theater system or build your own from individual components.
Top 5 Ways to Use Projectors
There are quite a few settings in which a projector can fulfill your entertainment or communication requirements. Multimedia projectors interface well with computers, home theater systems and audiovisual setups in nearly any configuration. Here are a few of the best ways that you can put projectors to work.
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