XO PRO 2m / 2metres HDMI Gold Cable with Ethernetused for my 3D blu ray Home cinema system

XO PRO 2m / 2metres HDMI Gold Cable with Ethernet used for my 3D blu ray Home cinema system. 24K Gold-plated connectors, Oxygen-free copper, HDMI v1.4 Constructed with multiple layers of shielding; durable, black PVC outer layer; and corrosion-resistant, high-quality, gold-plated connectors for optimal signal transfer Connects your HDTV to your cable box, satellite dish, Blu-ray player, PS3, Xbox 360 and other source devices Supports 3D Content, Supports Audio Return Channel, Supports True HD Dolby 7.1 and DTS-HD Master  Audio Supports 4K2K, 2160p, 1440p, 1080p, 720p and 480p Resolutions.  XO PRO 2m / 2metres HDMI Gold Cable hooked up to a Samsung 3D Blu-Ray player, through an Onkyo Amp and into a Samsung 3D TV and the picture quality is excellent.  This hdmi cable version with a Ethernet technology built-in, also backward supported with 1.3,1.3b and 1.3c versions. It has High Speed with Ethernet, Audio Ruturn Channel.

Key Features:
  • Length: 2 Metre/ 2m HDMI Cable
  • 3D and Ethernet Ready
  • Delivers Up to 4k x 2k resolution.
  • Male to Male Connectionli>
  • 24K Gold-plated Connector Plug Contacts
  • High Speed (Catergory 2)
  • Mylar Backed Foil
  • HDMI 1.4 increases its single-link bandwidth from 165MHz (4.95 gigabits per second) to 340 MHz (10.2 Gbps) to support the demands of future high definition display devices, such as higher resolutions, Deep Colour and high frame rates.
  • 28 AWG Cable


JVC’s 4k2k is not enough now it brings 8K4K D-ILA chips


Well, excuse us very much. JVC just came storming through like a model on a runway with its all new D-ILA chip, and you can bet it’s worthy of paying attention to. Just under a year after the firm unveiled its 4K2K D-ILA chip, it’s now trumpeting the almighty 1.75-inch 8K4K, which touts the “world’s highest 35-megapixel pixel count,” which is roughly equal to 17x full HD resolution. Not impressive enough for you? It also gives whatever projector it’s in the ability to display Super Hi-Vision imagery all by its lonesome. Sadly, JVC left us hanging when it came to finding out when this gem would be available in consumer wares, but there’s still a few trade shows left to go this year for it to make an appearance.


JVC 4K2K Ultra HD Projector

jvc-4k2k-ultra-hd-projectorJVC introduced 4K2K DLA-SH4K which is the smallest ultra high definition 10Mpix projector. With new JVC 1.27″ 10Mpix D-ILA technology, projects SH4K images using 4096×2400 resolution. It has a multi-screen display mode that allows for four screens to display Full HD at once.


This new projector has a brightness of 3500 ANSI lumens, and has four entries DVI-D (Dual-Link), RS-232C/USB/Ethernet connections.


Panasonic 150″ Plasma: Massive 4K2K Display

Panasonic 150″ Plasma Specifications

Display: 150″ Plasma Display Panel (PDP)
Pixel Format: 4096 x 2160 (4K2K)

Panasonic 150


The massive 150″ plasma TV from Panasonic is a go. As soon as Panasonic’s plasma display panel (PDP) fabrication plant commences production in May 2009, the 150″ PDP will be on its way to stores so you can plunk down an unheard amount of money for it. But what will you do with it?

You will most likely not have any 4K2K video sources. And even if you did, you’ll need to play it somehow. You might have managed to secure a yet-to-be-available JVC 4K2K super high-definition player to pump the 4K2K video via dual-link DVI to the massive 150″ plasma, but I doubt it. What I’m getting at is that there is little infrastructure to support 4K2K as of now, in terms of viewing 4K2K video that is. Getting a computing environment on a 4K2K-capable display, on the other hand, would be easy since dual-link DVI is fairly easy to find.

But the day will come when you’ll be able to get 4K2K disks via Netflix or at Blockbuster (if they’re around by then). Many versions later, both the PlayStation and Xbox gaming consoles will probably have 4K2K-ROM read capability. Just imagine what games will look like on 4K2K! You’ll need to get a doctor to give you a clean bill of health so your heart can take what will seem to be happening for real. Other changes will happen. What will be interesting are the changes that will undergo in terms of movie-making. Even now with the transition from 480i to 720p/1080i the actors and actress must have perfect faces. If you have a tiny pimple somewhere, viewers will notice. Got a single nose hair that’s protruding beyond the confines of the nose by just 1mm? Well, gotta get rid of that before you get in front of the 1080/24p video camcorder. Or else people will notice. Now, can you imagine how much more perfection will be demanded by the time video is shot at 4K2K? Maybe we’ll see virtual characters that look and act so human, we won’t be able to tell the difference.

A technicality: Thomas Ricker at engadget incorrectly states in his blog post that the pixel format is 2160 x 4096. Certainly it looks to be 4096 x 2160, in landscape orientation. The second mistake that he makes is in stating that it is “4 times 1080p”. Well, first off, 1080p is a video format, but I’ll overlook that. To show 1080p without scaling, you’ll need a display that has a pixel format of 1920 x 1080. If you quadruple this, you’ll get 3840 x 2160. 3840 x 2160 is Quad Full HD, or in Thomas’ words “4 times 1080p”. Panasonic’s 150″ plasma, on the other hand, is 4096 x 2160 and would be more accurate if referred to as 4K2K. Just my opinion.

Source: engadget

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