Simplay HD Cables from Gefen Offer Certified Performance for High -Speed HDTV Applications

Connectivity solutions provider Gefen is pleased to announce that its HDMI cables are certified by the Simplay HD testing labs as top performers for transmitting high definition audio/video signals among sources and displays.

CHATSWORTH, CA - Currently, Gefen is offering its 6 -, 10 - and 15 -foot HDMI cables as Simplay HD certified. These high -end cables ensure a seamless connection between various HDTV sources, including A/V receivers, DVD players and set -top boxes, and HDMI displays or projectors. Gefen's high -bandwidth HDMI cables support high definition resolutions from 480i to 1080p and deliver uncompressed video with multi -channel digital audio for top quality performance on the receiving end and full HDCP -compliance unaffected throughout the transmission.


"The Simplay HD testing facilities were developed to create a method of certifying the anticipated high demand for quality cabling, especially in light of the new HDMI 1.3 standards," said Hagai Gefen, president and CEO of Gefen Inc. "As more and more industry providers adopt the Simplay HD certification program, installers can rest assured their high definition home entertainment devices will connect with plug and play ease."



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