| Supra News - 2005
LATEST UPDATE: Supra have now been awarded HDMI approval
for their 12 metre long HF100 HDMI cables - the first cable company in the world
(we believe) to obtain such certification.
More news as we get it.
We're pleased to announce that the Supra HF100 HDMI/DVI cable is
the world's FIRST "branded" Digital Video Cable that has
achieved FULL HDMI Approval, in lengths upto 10 metres carrying
HDTV at 1080i resolution.
The Approval was carried out at Silicon Image Approved Testing Center and FULL
CERTIFICATION was signed on 2nd November 2005.
see product details here
see certification details here
The new cables arrived in UK on 22nd November and dealers have already started
ordering them, so they will take a week or two to get to shops.
If you are interested in running HDMI digital video signals, especially
to cope with the new Sky HD set-top box, due in February 2006, then
you will need an approved cable that is GUARANTEED to operate at
upto 1080i resolution, IN ANY LENGTH UP TO 10 METRES (other cables
don't have this guarantee!).
The NEW Supra HF100 digital video cable scores it's first review success, as it
features in What Hi-Fi's "Ultimate Guide to HDTV" on sale now.
This new HDMI/DVI cable has been awarded a
award, with the magazine saying:
"Simple and very effective, this is a real value-for-money buy".
We're pleased to announce our participation at the forthcoming "What
Hi-Fi Sound and Vision Show" taking place between 4th-6th November 2005
at the Novotel London West Hotel, Hammersmith, London.
We'll be in the Chablis suite (lower ground floor) on Stand #18, (in the centre
aisle and next door to Arcam) so, if you're coming along, come to the stand, meet
the Supra Team - we will even have some Special Show bargains for sale!