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
Redondo Beach, CA – November 8, 2010 – Blue Echo Solutions, Inc., the manufacturer of award-winning HDMI products, announced today that it has signed a distribution agreement with HDconnect to offer the hd EZ lock Universal HDMI Locking Adapter to … 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
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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
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