8K is four times the resolution of 1080p and it’s the next big step in ultra high definition resolution for TV’s and Displays. We cover the most important information to know about 8K so you can decide if it is worth upgrading for your needs.
What is 8K >
HDMI is the default standard of high resolution TV’s and Displays, but like all technologies, HDMI continues to evolve. Learn the differences between HDMI 1.4, 2.0, 2.1, the differences in performance, the various connector types and much more.
What is HDMI >
What is HDMI 2.0 >
What is HDMI 2.1 >
Not sure what the difference is between a USB-B and USB-C connector? Or confused about the difference between USB3.1 Gen I and II? You’re in the right place! We break it all down and answer the most common USB questions.
What is USB >
What is USB 3.1 Type-C >
What is Thunderbolt 3 >
DisplayPort looks similar to HDMI but is a connector more common on PCs than TVs. We cover all the basics on the previous and latest versions, answer your most common questions and help you sort it all out.
What is DisplayPort >
What is DisplayPort 1.4 >
AVoIP is the future of signal routing and distribution-and that future is here now. Since AVoIP involves networking, it can be confusing with all the new terms and jargon. We help demystify AVoIP to bring you up to speed quickly on all the basics.
What is AVoIP >
Networking is essential in today's world, but what is the difference between LAN and WAN and what devices are needed to setup wired or wireless networks? In this introduction to networking, learn how computer networks work, the architecture used to design networks, and how to keep them secure.
What is Networking >
HDBaseT based devices have been the preferred solution for transmitting multiple AV signal transmissions over a single cable for some time now. But is HDBaseT the past or the future? Find out what you need to know about HDBaseT right here.
What is HDBaseT >
We answer common questions about Apple’s famous Lightning® Cables including charging and data speeds, which devices use this technology as well as give a little history of the standard as well.
What is Lightning >
Fiber Optic Cables
Fiber Optic Cables utilize strands of optically pure glass as thin as a human hair that carry digital information over long distances. We explain how they work, explain the difference between a Simplex and a Duplex cable, answer your basic questions and show the many uses in our daily life.
What is Fiber Optics >