This is a unique cable where the 3.5mm or 2 RCA audio is extruded
along the HDMI and DVI cable in order to give an Audio source to
this all in one cable. As most know that DVI has never given nor
does it have an output for Audio, it only gives Video hence its
prefix DVI for Digital Video Interface. As such consumers would
have to buy an external audio cable at an extra cost and to manage
an extra dangled cable. Distributors & wholesalers don't have
to stock the extra cable in their inventory or bypass the extra
sku. Well no more, as we have introduced a new cable solution to
What hardware would utilize this cable?
With the newer LCDs, PLASMAs and DLPs the back panels has this
feature with an HDMI and 2 RCA input or one 3.5mm audio input. This
cable is also compatible with older hardware that has an DVI-A,
DVI-D & DVI-I ports.
Purpose of use?
DVI was introduced and production started in 1999 with millions of
hardware and peripherals utilizing the DVI connector and invention,
but the downfall was that it had no audio. Thus millions of people
are now stuck with the hardware in the consumers, prosumers and the
professionals market and it would cost too much to discard, upgrade
or replace a perfectly functioning equipment. Gamers are in it's
own group who wanted the HighDef resolution but with the pitfall of
no audio. With this cable it will offer a solution to link newer
hardwares with older existing hardwares, which the market has long
been waiting for.
Important This cable does NOT integrate digital audio into the HDMI portion
of the cable. It instead is a convenient cable bundle that includes
an ANALOG source and destination connection in the same cable
- 3.5mm Female to 2 RCA Male Adapter Cable included
- 3.5mm pigtail lengths: At HDMI End - 8.5", at DVI End - 12.5"
- Wire Gauge: 28 AWG
- Standard 19pin connection, Male to Male, Type A Connection
- DVI-D Connector: Standard 18pins + "blade" connection, Male
- As DVI technology itself does not support digital audio, the
supplied 3.5mm audio cable embedded inside the HDMI/DVI cable
provides a convenience bundle for your analog audio, and requires a
seperate connection to your source and HDTV