If you’ve ever shopped around for HDMI cables as most of us have, you are probably still baffled by the wide range of prices you will find for what looks like the exact same cable. So what’s the difference? Inquiring minds want to know.
I am looking for something similar to my HDMI switch, but for audio. I have a few devices on my desk but only one set of speakers. I would like to find a switch that allows me to plug them all into the switch, with the switch outputting to the speakers.
Clarification: My speakers are Logitech Z623. I am using the standard 3.5mm audio cables that connect that to my computer.
HDMI 1.4 includes 'ethernet over HDMI' and I've seen HDMI ports on some switches at work but I've not been able to find much info on this such as how well its supported under Linux or how I might take advantage of the 10Gps data transfer rate HDMI 1.4 offers.
I think it'd be very cool if you could simply connect two HDMI 1.4 compliant machines (with fast SSDs) together with a HDMI cable to do som
When i open it up i see a standard ish xeon motherboard.
CPU Speed 3.2 GHz Intel Xeon
RAM & Flash Memory 1 GB RAM, 1 GB CF
USB Ports Two (2)
PCI Bus Type PCI-X
Standard 10/100 Ethernet NICs Two (2)
Standard 10/100/1000 Ethernet NICs Two (2)
Maximum Ethernet NICs Twelve (12)
Redundant Power Supplies Two (2)
Many new devices are using Mobile High-Definition Link ports (MHL) to output video to a compatible HDMI port on a TV or monitor. MHL is an industry standard that adds video output through the existing microUSB port.
Development on OpenWFD just started less than two weeks ago and there haven't been any public announcements of the work yet, but Anzwix has already latched onto the interesting work. OpenWFD seeks to be an implementation of the WiFi Display Standard and Miracast technologies, which basically are a standard equivalent to "wireless HDMI cables."