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Blue Echo Solutions is Pleased to Announce It Has Been Awarded a U.S. Patent for hd EZ lock Universal HDMI Lock
Redondo Beach, CA – May 3, 2011 – Blue Echo Solutions, Inc., the manufacturer of award- winning HDMI products, is pleased to announce that it has been issued a U.S. Patent for hd EZ lock, the first Universal HDMI Lock … Continue reading
A while ago, we wrote an article “Can HDMI Cables be Repaired?“, which has had a lot more interest than we ever imagined. That article was really meant as an overview, and did not go into too much depth about … Continue reading
Update: This article was originally intended to be an overview about repairing a damaged HDMI Cable. Because of the great interest we’ve had in this article, we wrote a more updated and detailed version, “Repairing a Broken HDMI Cable – … Continue reading
Blue Echo Solutions, Inc. Announces New Lower Price for hd EZ Lock™, the Only Universal Locking HDMI Cable Adapter on the Market Blue Echo Solutions announced today it has reduced the price of the award winning hd EZ lock, the … Continue reading
We often receive comments from our clients that have used hd EZ lock that they were about to give up on HDMI Cables and return to using Component Cables because of intermittent connections caused by a loose HDMI Connection.
Nothing irks me more than sliding my component cabinet back up against the wall after changing equipment only to have one or more of my HDMI cables come loose. The hd EZ lock works with your existing cables and components. … Continue reading
HDMI is the invention of the Devil. I grant that the Devil is very smart—he has put on a single cable both hi-rez audio and video, and paid tribute to the gods of industry by incorporating obligatory content protection. However, … Continue reading
Recently, there’s been much more attention paid to the issues surrounding the HDMI Connection, particulary the Physical Connection. The HDMI Connector was designed to work as a “friction lock”, much like a USB Cable. The problem
At current time, there are only a couple of locking HDMI cable options out there for those who fear that their components could let loose of the signal line at any moment. In just a fortnight, however, all that will … Continue reading
Cables with incorporated locking mechanisms, as well as adapters, hit the market. Increased costs can benefit customer and dealers’ credibility.