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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
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.
Regulars on our Forums may have noticed that I’m not HDMI’s biggest fan. Actually, let me be a bit more specific: I’ve no problem with the connection system itself, carrying everything from hi-def pictures to hi-rez sound
The little widget from Blue Echo Solutions keeps a tight hold on your HDMI cable. Can’t enjoy “The Dark Knight” because your HDMI cables keep randomly jumping ship? Apparently loose HDMI cables are a problem for some people. Blue Echo … Continue reading
Blue Echo Solutions hd EZ lock Adapter hd EZ lock attaches to your component’s chassis using either the existing fixing screw on the chassis (usually located above your HDMI Input), or with the supplied VHB adhesive. Once attached, your HDMI … Continue reading
While HDMI may be the greatest home theater connection known to Man, there can be instances when it comes unplugged accidentally. The universal hd EZ lock was designed to prevent such travesties.