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Plugging into the HDMI cable market

Plugging into the HDMI cable market

HDMI cables have become the universal standard for transferring high-definition video and audio between devices. The following two reports explore the global HDMI cables market as well as the HDMI splitters market.

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High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) has become the leading technology for transferring audio and video data. The successor to analog video signals, it's used in TVs, computers, video game consoles, stereo systems and more.

HDMI has origins dating back to the early 2000s, during which production of the consumer HDMI standard began. It wasn't until 2005, however, when the HDMI-capable TVs entered the market.

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Now, most high-definition TVs sold in stores feature at least HDMI port.

To put the popularity of HDMI into perspective, statistics show that more than 4 billion HDMI devices have been sold the digital standard was first released. As more and more consumers switch to high-definition devices, we'll probably see an even greater usage of HDMI.

It's a simple, easy-to-use standard that allows for blazing-fast data transfer speeds.

The Global HDMI Cable Market Research 2018 report by The Market Reports is a comprehensive study of the global HDMI cable market. Featuring 122 pages, it offers an in-depth look at the HDMI cable market and where it's headed.

Some of the key HDMI cable vendors profiled in this report include Monster, Insignia, Dynex, Sony, Hitachi, Nq Cable, Belkin, Panasonic, Akihabara, Movii, Insten, Philips, Audia, Yarbo, Kaiboer, Startech, Tripp Lite, Amazonbasics, Monoprice, Aibocn, Mediabridge, Audioquest, Rocketfish, Prolink, Protech Electronics & Technology, Aurum Cables and others.

The Global HDMI Splitters Market Professional Survey report by The Market Reports is a second study of the HDMI market, though it focuses specifically on HDMI splitters instead of HDMI cables. So, what is an HDMI splitter exactly? An HDMI splitter is a component with two or more HDMI inputs that's capable of splitting those inputs into a single output.

If your TV only has a single HDMI input, for instance, you can use a splitter so that it works with other HDMI devices. Using a splitter, you can switch between multiple HDMI devices like a cable box and video game console, thus allowing you to use multiple HDMI devices even if your TV only has a single input.

This report segments the global HDMI splitters market by several criteria. On the basis of product type, the market is segmented into 2-port, 4-port, 8-port and other.

On the basis of end-user application, the market is segmented into TVs, DVDs and other. Finally, the report segments the HDMI splitters market by geographic region, covering key regions in which they are produced and used, including North America, China, Europe, Southeast Asia, Japan and India.

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