CURxE light technology from Honeywell automatically corrects corrupted HDCP and EDID data on HDMI digital cable that would otherwise degrade high-definition picture and multi-channel audio performance. HDCP and EDID data becomes corrupted as a result of inconsistencies of hardware manufacturers’ implementation of HDMI, or excess transmission distances. Working in the background, CURxE light technology automatically cleans the bad data to its intended dynamic range for the best picture quality. Left uncorrected, this corrupt data causes dropout of the picture or audio signal, incorrect resolution, intermittent snow in the picture, or a pink- or blue-hued screen. The new cables feature full-balanced line transition-minimized differential signaling (TMDS); 100 percent foil shield with 25 percent overlapping, combined with a 90 percent tinned copper braid shield; plus bandwidth-maximizing silver-plated copper conductors. The male-to-male cables are designed for HDTV 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i and 1080p. Lengths range from .5 meters (1.6 feet) up to 15 meters (49.2 feet).Honeywell

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