Uh-oh, another AV cabling technology is on its way to upset electronics consumers. Just when you thought HDMI was the thing to get, DisplayPort raised its head up, but it’s possible that DisplayPort may not even make much of a showing if new tech HDBaseT makes a big splash.
HDMI has a new specification, version 1.4, which will allow for 2 new things: bi-directional audio via an audio return channel and data transfer via the Ethernet spec. So that can mean even fewer cables. Of course, it can mean even more consumer confusion. On the bright side, having an Ethernet channel built into the… Continue reading HDMI 1.4 specification is out – new devices may appear next year