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Are you looking for high-quality video cables for your gaming setup or commercial content production needs? At 4Cabling, we offer a comprehensive range of HDMI, SVGA, displayport, coaxial, and DVI cables that are available in a variety of configurations. Our product range also includes specific video cables such as mini display ports and micro HDMI, ensuring that you can find the right cable for your unique setup.


Our cables are suitable for various applications, whether you're using them for home gaming or in commercial content production. If you can't find the exact cable you need, we offer manufacturing options for custom AV cables and HDMI cables that can be tailored to suit any specification, connector, length and colour.


You can browse our extensive product range online and find the perfect video cable for your needs! If you have any questions about which products would work best for your set up, you can visit our contact us page and a member of our customer service team will be in touch shortly.

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What is the difference between HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 2.0?

The biggest difference between HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 is how much data they can transfer. HDMI 2.0 can transmit up to 18 Gbps of data, while HDMI 1.4 is limited to 10.2 Gbps. 


This means that HDMI 2.0 supports higher video resolutions and refresh rates, as well as wider colour gamuts, high dynamic range (HDR) video, and up to 32 audio channels.

What is the difference between HDMI, SVGA, displayport, coaxial and DVI cables?

HDMI cables: HDMI are the most commonly used audio visual cables for connecting devices like DVD players, game consoles, and set-top boxes to TVs, monitors, and projectors. One of the most significant advantages of HDMI cables is that they can transmit both audio and video signals in a digital format. HDMI cables also support higher resolutions and refresh rates than SVGA cables. 


SVGA cables: SVGA cables, on the other hand, are analog cables that were commonly used in older computer monitors. They have a maximum resolution of 800x600 pixels, which is much lower than what modern displays can support. Although they are still used in some instances, their use is limited due to their lower resolution.


DVI cables: DVI cables are digital cables that were commonly used for connecting computer monitors to desktops and laptops. They come in three different types, DVI-A (analog), DVI-D (digital), and DVI-I (integrated). DVI cables support higher resolutions than SVGA and are still commonly used today.


Coax cables: Coaxial cables (coax cables) are used for connecting cable TV boxes and antennas to TVs. They transmit analog signals, which are gradually being replaced by digital cables such as HDMI. The main advantage of coaxial cables is that they can transmit signals over long distances without significant signal degradation.


DisplayPort: DisplayPort cables are digital cables that are used to connect high-end devices such as gaming PCs, high-end laptops, and professional-grade monitors. They support higher resolutions and refresh rates than HDMI cables, which make them a popular choice among gamers and professionals. 

Are all DisplayPort cables the same?

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Do DisplayPort cables support daisy chaining?

Yes, they do!


Daisy chaining allows you to connect multiple DisplayPort devices, such as monitors, using only one cable between them. This is useful in situations where you have limited ports available on your computer or graphics card. 


For example, you can daisy chain two or more DisplayPort monitors together and use them as one large display. 


However, it's important to note that not all devices support daisy chaining, so it's best to check the individual manufacturer before attempting to daisy chain.


Whether you are setting up your video system, or are in need of upgrading your existing set up, at 4Cabling we have a diverse range of products available that will make this process efficient and organised. Discover our range of video cables or you can contact us to speak to a member of our team.

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