Over the past few years, the HDMI standard has allowed us to watch high definition TVs on our televisions, both cable and satellite receivers, Blu-ray players and consoles. However, the development of technology has made the current version of this standard no longer sufficient.
So it was decided to upgrade and HDMI Licensing announced its new generation called HDMI 2.0. As reported by the service, the new standard was created to deal primarily with the transmission of audio-video signals capable of harnessing the potential of Ultra HD receivers. The new connector will enhance the image quality. Read more about HDMI 2.0
The cable throughput has been increased to 18 Gbps, which should be sufficient to transmit a signal at 3840 x 2160 pixels at 60 frames per second. As if this was not enough, the standard supports up to 32 audio channels and dynamic autosynchronization of mouth movement with sound.