Originally Posted by bweissman
HDMI plugs & sockets suck badly. As long as they had to design new connectors, they should have made them lock or snap into place.
Yes, I agree. Maybe even have two thumb screws to securely attach to the equipment HDMI port. Like the DVI connection used. This would greatly reduce any strain on the equipments HDMI port. To maintain a positive seated HDMI connection and protect against any load being applied to the HDMI port.
It’s wise to be VERY careful when installing and positioning to not twist or bend the HDMI cable after connecting as to not put a load or strain on the equipments HDMI port.
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