Originally Posted by deepdeep1
I just aski look for the Best hdmi type a to type c
( mini hdmi )
with deep coloer 48 bit
What's the connection? My question?
OK, let me diagram this for you (I will use your exact English even when incorrect),You wrote, "i look for the Best hdmi type a to type c (mini hdmi)".
I respond, we would all like the best type of HDMI. Type A to Type C is a standard HDMI connector to mini HDMI connector. I have previously provided you a link (Monoprice) for a $5 cable that has those connectors and is certified for High Speed.You wrote, "with deep coloer 48 bit".
I respond, the actual way to say "deep coloer" is "deep color" which increases the color depth. Increasing the amount of bits used for color and "deep color" mean the same thing. The way it is properly specified this is 16-bit deep color which is multipled by 3 (red, green, blue each get additional bits) to get a color bit total of 48-bits. Using the HDMI Org references in my previous append above, all High Speed cables can support deep color. The cable does not determine if this feature is available. It's just a dumb cable.You wrote, "xv coloer".
I respond, xv coloer is a misspelled version of Sony's term for expanded color space, properly called xvYCC color. Support of which was added to HDMI as part of the 1.3 spec. This means that *any* High Speed HDMI cable must support this possible feature. The cable does not determine if the feature is available. It's just a dumb cable.You wrote, "hd Sound"
I respond, hd Sound is not a precise term. The so-called hd Sound codecs are actually Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio. Both of these when used in "hd Sound" mode, produce a PCM output that is bit-for-bit equivalent to PCM but uses less bits. Now this audio output can either be sent as PCM or the Dolby TrueHD or DTS Master Audio bitstream. Bottom line is either standard speed or high speed HDMI cables can support these. The cable does not determine the type of audio being used. It's just a dumb cable.You wrote, "What's the connection?".
I respond, The connection is HDMI (standard to mini). I've now shown you that each of your "specs" can be handled with a High Speed cable with an HDMI standard connector on one end and an HDMI mini-connector on the other. Without knowing the length of the cable, I cannot provide you more.You wrote, "My question?"
I respond, Yes, the explanation above answered your question completely (again).You wrote, I did not understand what I wrote?
That is correct. If the above doesn't answer your question, then I think we can't explain this to you without discussing this in your native language. Unfortunately, if your English is not good enough to understand what I wrote above, I think we've hit a language barrier and we're not going to be able to help you futher.
If you don't agree with any of this or are still confused, I'd suggest you telephone the HDMI Org in the U.S. at (408) 616-1542 and discussing your concerns with them. Or, maybe try a different forum such as the Camcorder Forum or the Hi-End Digital Projector Forum or the Speakers Forum or the Home Gaming Forum.
Let me sum this up (and please repeat this 10 times to yourself), "All that is needed is a Certified High Speed HDMI to Mini-HDMI cable".