It’s always not easy to choose a most suitable HDMI Cable for your own application. Using a fiber optic HDMI cable may be expensive, but using a traditional cooper HDMI cable may not have an ideal performance, especially for long distance. Today, we are going to find out how to choose a best HDMI cable for yourself.
Firstly, let’s talk about the advantages of using fiber optic VS cooper for a HDMI Cable.
|Bandwidth||60 Tbps and beyond||10 Gbps|
|Future-Proof||Evolving towards the desktop||CAT7 in development|
|Distance||12 Miles+ @ 10,000Mbps||300 Ft. @ 1,000Mbps|
|Noise||Immune||Susceptible to EM/RFI interference, crosstalk and voltage surges|
|Security||Nearly impossible to tap||Susceptible to tapping|
|Handling||Lightweight, thin diameter, strong pulling strength||Heavy, thicker diameter, strict pulling specifications|
|Life cycle||30-50 Years||5 Years|
|Weight/1,000 ft.||4 Lbs.||39 Lbs.|
|Energy Consumed||2W per User||>10W per User|