IXOS extends range of 1080p-capable cables

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  1. The News Bot

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    <img src="http://www.homecinemachoice.com/images/news/8597.jpg" align="right">Following is the press release from IXOS about its future-proof HDMI and DVI interconnects for 1080p… "New DVI and HDMI Cables for 1080p signal transmission - from £79.99 for 1m The HDVT format goes from 420i to 1080p and 1080p requires twice the bandwidth of 1080i. Most HDMI cables only handle 1080i...

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    I don't get this at all - it is a digital stream - not analogue. How can they say normal cables don't handle 1080p - that is ridiculous surely? Sounds like head and shoulders' recent 100% dandruff free claim.
     
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    Even the old Component cables should handle 1080p in theory, no?
     
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    well 1080p requires more bandwidh but all good Cables should carry 1080p...
     

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