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Equalizers for HDMI cables improve performance

1/23/2009 10:50 PM EST
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re: Equalizers for HDMI cables improve performance
Guru of Grounding   1/27/2009 5:36:10 PM
Is this a "secret" project? There's no "additional information" at the website ... even their search window returned nothing. It is a gross oversimplification to just blame "copper" for the losses of miniature twisted-pairs! If that's true, why does coaxial cable perform so much better?

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