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. Or worse, because they damaged their HDMI Cable or HDMI Input on their Component from the stress of the heavy HDMI Cable on the HDMI Input. Their HDMI Cable was stressing them out.
That’s why we designed and manufactured the patent pending hd EZ lock, the only Universal HDMI Locking Adapter on the market. hd EZ lock was designed to eliminate those issues, and it does it extremely well! hd EZ lock attaches to your component’s chassis to support your HDMI Cable and “lock” it in place. It works with most HDMI Cables and Components on the market, and attaches using the existing screws above or below your HDMI Input, or with the supplied 3M VHB Adhesive (if you’re skeptical about the adhesive, read our reviews…our customers are pleasantly surprise at how well it holds). hd EZ lock is very easy to install (in most cases just a couple of minutes), extremely flexible, and reusable over and over again.
But Lock your HDMI Cable you say? Why on earth would you want to lock your HDMI Cable in place? I mean, what if your dog trips over your cable? Your whole system will crash to the floor and be destroyed! I could see if you want to swing your TV around the room by the HDMI Cable, but other than that, sounds like a stupid idea! Well, these are some of the comments that we’ve read on blogs that have talked about locking HDMI Cables, or our hd EZ lock Locking HDMI Adapter. Well, we’d like to remind you that Consumer Electronics have always had some type of permanent Cable (how about the AC Cord) or locking connection such as the RF Cable, which twists on the male threads on the TV to, yes, lock it in place. In the professional industry, BNC Connectors are widely used, accepted and preferred and they have a twist lock connection. Also, many people favored the DVI Cable, which was similar to a VGA Connector used on computers, with screws on each side of the connector to lock it in place (size was an issue, but the lock ensured a solid connection).
Please keep in mind that hd EZ lock was really designed for home theater use, as well as professional applications, such as studios, hotels, restaurants, yachts, etc., and not so much for portable applications such as laptop computers and camcorders, although it will work well for those as well in some cases.
With that in mind, if you experience any issues with your signal dropping out, loose or disconnected HDMI Cables, or worse, damaged HDMI Cables or components, hd EZ lock is an inexpensive and easy way to resolve your issues. If you’ve invested money into your home theater system and you want to make sure you don’t have to worry about these issues, hd EZ lock is a great “peace of mind” addon to your HDMI Connection.
If you make your living by selling and installing home theater systems, it’s also a great way to ensure that you don’t get called to go on an expensive (possibly unnecessary) troubleshooting call only to find out that it’s a problem with a loose or intermittent HDMI Connection. Or worse, it’s a great way to prevent expensive service work or warranty repairs due to a damaged HDMI Input. All of this means you can spend your time doing more important things, and of course, your clients will be thrilled that they don’t have to worry about random dropouts or being without their equimpent while their product is in for service.
If you haven’t tried hd EZ lock, but you’re having problems or worried about potential issues, why not give it a try? It’s inexpensive, extremely effective, reusable with a lifetime warranty, and comes with a 30 day money back guarantee. And best of all, it prevents your HDMI Cable from Stressing you out!