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Compatibility troubleshooting for HDMI Cables

Compatibility troubleshooting for HDMI Cables
10/06/2020

When it comes to starting using an HDMI cable, compatibility is one of the main concerns. Nowadays, there are many types of HDMI cables on the market: Passive Copper HDMI Cable, Active Copper HDMI Cable, and Active Optical Fiber HDMI cable. Regardless of the types you choose, most of us have a hard time trying to solve the compatibility issues.

Compatibility problems originate from having two systems that are not able to properly operate together. Simply, a cable working with an HDMI device may not function with another device of the same kind.

In this article, we will give you some advice on how to solve HDMI cables compatibility issues by giving you more information about DDC, EDID and HDMI AOC cables.

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