Originally Posted by FiberOpticDude /forum/post/15510545
HD audio only uses a small fraction of the bandwidth. The video stream is what sets the operating data rate. Cat 2 HDMI is to allow "deep color" at 1080p 60Hz, and possibly higher resolutions and frame rates.
Originally Posted by markrdee /forum/post/15510434
Does Cat 2 HDMI have a higher bandwidth in order to pass the HD audio codecs,or did I seem to misunderstand something I read somewhere? If answered already,forgive my ignorance.
I swear I read somewhere that the audio quality is enhanced in Cat 2 cables. I guess you can't believe some of the stuff posted,thanks dude.