DVI connections are popular on computer video cards, monitors and projectors. HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) transmits uncompressed digital HD video and audio data in a single cable, while other connections require separate cables for audio and video.

For instance, a component cable connection uses three cables for video and two for audio, resulting in five cables totally. While using HDMI, the uncompressed audio and video information can be transmitted using one cable, thus cable clutter is eliminated greatly.




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