Siamese video cable

As IT professionals, home theater installers, home users, DIY-er network installers know, finding a supplier who can provide the right materials at the right price is a big part of the battle. From 100 ft hdmi cable to surge protectors, having the right materials at hand makes your job that much easier. Having the right materials is also a matter of safety, since HDMI and phone charger cables are subject to heavy use. They need to be of the highest quality to ensure the safety of people and property.

In fact damaged or frayed phone charger cables are a fire hazard, and in 2008, as many as 53,600 home fires were attributed to electrical failure or malfunction. They resulted in as much as $1.4 billion worth of property damage and were responsible for more than 500 deaths, and 1400 injuries. So there’s a lot riding on finding the right cables for your purpose.

What kind of cable do you need?

HDMI is an interface that allows for the transmittal of digital information. HDMI cables carry this information to your devices and lets them talk to each other. The three kinds of HDMI Standard cables are plain old HDMI Standard, HDMI Standard with Ethernet, and HDMI Standard Automotive. And then there are the two kinds of High Speed HDMI cable – the regular kind and HDMI High Speed with Ethernet.

Typically the length of cable doesn’t affect the quality of the audio and video and most homes need 5 to 12 feet. It’s only when a cable has to cover a great distance that length and quality matter. For distances of 100 feet or longer, a specially designed HDMI cable should be used.

Once you’ve found a reliable source for all your IT and home cable needs, you can trust them for the best prices on the following:

  • 100 ft hdmi cable (also 75 ft)
  • 500 ft ethernet cable (also 75 ft)
  • Bulk fiber optic cable
  • Cat5 cables
  • Cell phone cable accessories
  • Power strip surge protector
  • Siamese video cable
  • Zipcord fiber optic cable

Find out more about this topic here.