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April 15, 2008
High Definition HDMI Digital Cable Xv1.3 Ready For New Generation 120Hz LCD And Plasma Standard

[The following is a release from Furutech Co]
   

Furutech Co., Ltd., manufacturer of analog and digital audio and video cable and accessories, launches its Pure Transmission HDMI Digital Cable xv1.3 engineered to work with the new 120Hz LCD and Plasma standard.

Furutech’s Award-Winning Pure Transmission Build Quality
The big news is that HDMI-xv1.3 cable is engineered to work flawlessly in lengths up to 3 meters with new-generation 120-Hz LCD and plasma screens coming to market later this year. Furutech Pure Transmission technology turns a macro lens on every element of power and signal transfer applying optimized engineering solutions to well-known problems such as contact resistance, EMI and RFI rejection using the best materials and processes available. Meticulous attention to build quality is a large part of the engineering equation: Silver-plated Alpha-OFC solid-core conductors are protected with five full layers of shielding – also an industry first – terminated with beautifully finished nonmagnetic Pearl Chrome aluminum alloy connectors with 24K gold-plated α (Alpha) contacts. Top Japanese Audio/Video commentator Tadashi Yamanouchi ! reports, “This is THE HDMI cable to realize the true potential of your video source.”

Available: Now in Lengths from 1 to 20 Meters
MSRP: From $280 to $1,400

Features:

Successfully completed ATC Compliance testing
Silicon Image HDMI Authorized Testing Center
Certifications
1080P / 1.3b Ver. Cat.2 / 10.2 Gbps / 16 bit / 60Hz max
1080P /1.3b ver. / Cat.2 / 13.4 Gbps / 12 bit /120Hz max
1m 2m 3m only
Main Conductor
α (Alpha) Conductor for ultra low transmission loss
24-AWG solid-core silver-plated μ–OFC
Connectors
Pearl Chrome aluminum alloy with nonmagnetic 24K gold-plated α (Alpha) contacts
Cable
UL-specified Pb-free fire-retardant PVC Sheath with five layers of shielding around the conductors for superior noise isolation
Production Lengths
1m • 2m • 3m • 5m • 8m • 10m • 12 • 15m • 20m







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