There are only two types of HDMI cables (Wiki: HDMI: Cables):
- Category 1 = "Standard": up to 74.5MHz
- Categroy 2 = "High Speed": up to 340MHz.
You're wrong hdmi 1.3 hdmi 1.4 contains many parameters
Each manufacturer is doing what he feels
The cable must be supported protocol DEEP COLOER and x, coloer
Note that every time you refuse to say what cablehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI#Version_1.4
Note that a given product may choose to implement a subset of the given HDMI version. Certain features such as Deep Color and xvYCC support are optional
do You know what is optional ???
Manufacturer can support or not support the protocol
Maximum clock rate (MHz)
Only concerns the power of cable
Nothing to do with the rest of the parameters
for the understanding bring image as here:http://img571.imageshack.us/img571/7157/79567251.png
Every "High Speed" HDMI cable supports Deep Color (= color depth greater than 24 bit)
Again you are wrong almost all the cables do not support on deep coloer
Should ask each vendor if support - DEEP COLOER and how many bit ???
There is no such a cable that understands Deep Color *protocol* or Frame packing 3D video *format*.
For example, the clock rate of 1920x1080p@24Hz with 24 bit color is
(1920+830 [Hblank] x (1080+45 [Vblank]) x 24Hz = 74.25MHz
For Deep Color, the TMDS clock rate is increased by the ratio:
- 30 bit mode: 1.25
- 36 bit mode: 1.5
- 48 bit mode: 2.0
Thus the clock rate of 1920x1080p@24Hz with 36 bit color is
74.25MHz x 1.5 = 111.375MHz
God help us
Please stop writing about Things you do not understand
What is the connection speed and range of colors ???