HDMI Ethernet Channel technology consolidates video, audio, and data streams into a single HDMI cable, combining the umatched signal quality and convenience of HDMI connectivity with the power and flexibility of home entertainment networking. It incorporates a dedicated data channel into the HDMI link, enabling high-speed, bi-directional networking at up to 100 Mb/sec.
With networking capabilities now available in a wide range of IP-enabled home entertainment devices, from TVs and gaming consoles to DVRs and more, adding an Ethernet channel is a big step forward in the evolution of the HDMI standard. Consumers can enjoy all the benefits of Ethernet connectivity via HDMI, and further simplify their systems by eliminating the need for separate Ethernet cables.
How to Ensure HDMI Ethernet Channel functionality in your Home Theater System
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