Understanding The 3D Cable And Its Different Uses
The 3d cable is capable of transmitting 3 dimensional content, audio signals, video signals, and other types of data signals, […]
The 3d cable is capable of transmitting 3 dimensional content, audio signals, video signals, and other types of data signals, all through a single 3d cable. There are even 3d cables available that allow an Ethernet connection to be created through the use of a HDMI Ethernet Channel, or HEC, that is contained right insight the cable itself. The HEC allows two devices to both be connected to the same input, and both receive the same 100 M bit/s high speed Ethernet frequency connection.
No Interruptions Or Lag Time
Most commonly a 3d cable can be used with high definition televisions, DVD players, Blu-Ray players, desktop computers, laptop computers, game consoles (such as Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3), and more. This allows the typical home entertainment user’s experience to be improved significantly compared to past technologies. People who connect the 3d cable with Ethernet to their game consoles love that their game is no longer interrupted due to the lag time and interruptions Wi-Fi users typically experience.
The large capacity of the 3d cable allows it to support 3D video as well as a wide range of other data formats including, but not limited to: field alternative, frame alternative, side-by-side half, side-by-side full, line alternative, etc. These formats make these cables ideal for home entertainment systems, game consoles, and digital theaters.
The best part about these multifunctional cables is that they have a long life span, especially when properly maintained and taken care of. When connecting the 3d cable to your device(s), be sure to connect the cable to the device properly and securely. Ensuring the connector goes into the input or output connection properly will help prevent damage to the connector. Also clean the connections regularly to prevent dust and debris from building up. Allowing dust and/or debris to build up can cause signal interruptions and the connection to become stifled.
Whether your home entertainment system involves a plasma TV, HD TV, Blu-Ray player, personal computer, or game console, a 3d cable may be the best choice for your entertainment pleasures. With crisper images, high-speed data transfer, the ability to support 3D content, and even enable an Ethernet connection, what is not to love about the 3d cable? Both average home entertainment users, and avid gamers have fallen in love with the ability and capabilities of the 3d cable. Why not make the leap to third dimension, and see how the use of a 3d cable can enhance your home entertainment, or gaming experience.
Matthew Boley likes writing and explaining about technology and how it can enhance people’s lives. This includes the use of a 3d cable which can provide significant improvements in gaming and home entertainment system experiences.