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Originally Posted by gbal4 /forum/post/18179715
well I`m glad I`m told this because Vizio has new sets coming out that are 3D but have HDMI 1.3 and not 1.4 I wonder why is this ??
Originally Posted by fire407 /forum/post/18179765
I'm wondering if it's just a mistake in the chart. It says the sets aren't coming out until August, so by then HDMI 1.4 will be available on top of the line sets from all of the other manufacterers. I'm guessing that Vizio will be offering HDMI 1.4 as well. It's not like they had a column listing HDMI 1.4 with the boxes blank.
Originally Posted by Stew4msu /forum/post/18246063
The 2009 Mits models will do 3D and they don't have HDMI 1.4
Originally Posted by gbal4 /forum/post/18179674
I`m thinking about getting a 3D tv from Vizio they have 3 models out but they have HDMI 1.3 . Do I have to have 1.4 inputs on the TV itself or is this just for the receiver to have HDMI 1.4. Thanks for the help
Limited Use of Version Numbers for Non-Cable Products
* Effective as of January 1, 2012, all non-cable products cannot make any reference to HDMI version numbers. Until that time Adopters can use HDMI version numbers only when the feature or features associated with that HDMI version number is clearly specified. For instance, a manufacturer can describe a product as featuring "HDMI® v.1.4 with Audio Return Channel and HDMI Ethernet Channel," but may not describe a product as being "HDMI® v.1.4 compliant."
Originally Posted by walford /forum/post/18248725
AFAIK another less capable 3D format such as the one used on PS3s today will also be available from the 3D BR players that only requires HDMI 1.3.
Originally Posted by Blambert007 /forum/post/18250530
I haven't seen any TV's in the 2010 line up that have HDMI 1.4. Has anyone else?