The HDMI "Micro D" connector is used for mobile phones, tablets, some digital cameras and other portable devices. Our HDMI A (the normal size) to HDMI D cable allows you to connect one of these portable devices directly to any display device or AV amplifier with HDMI A. Roughly the size of a Micro USB connector, it packs all the power and functionality of an HDMI link into a tiny form factor. Featuring a full 19-pin array like other HDMI connectors, the HDMI Micro Connector can handle video signals up to 1080p, bringing state-of-the-art HD resolutions to the realm of handheld devices. Fully molded plugs with triple shielding means less interference (noise) from other electronic devices. Lifetime warranty.
- Ideal for smartphones, tablets and Digital Imaging devices (Supports 3D imaging)
- HDMI Version 1.4 with ARC, 3D and Ethernet over HDMI (for compatible equipment)
- 4K x 2K Video Support - enables video resolutions far beyond 1080p
- Additional Colour Spaces - support for more colour in digital photography
- LIFETIME product warranty
|Product Dimensions (mm)|
|Inner Carton Qty||1|
|Master Carton Qty||20|
|3 key feature benefits||1: Ideal for smartphones, tablets and Digital Imaging devices (Supports 3D imaging) 2: 4K x 2K Video Support - enables video resolutions far beyond 1080p 3: Additional Colour Spaces - support for more colour in digital photography|
Why do I need HDMI?
HDMI is the most widely used format for home audio and visual equipment today. It is the simplest way to connect various home AV equipment using only one cable to deliver top quality digital sound and image. Look for Laser products with HDMI connectivity for the perfect and simple connection.
What is the difference between HDMI, component and composite?
HDMI, Component and Composite are all ways which Audio Visual playback equipment such as DVD and Blu Ray players, connect to Televisions and other peripheral display devices. As technology advances, new connection ports that deliver better performance are added to these devices while older connections are phased out. None are more obvious than analogue connections being replaced by superior digital connections. For example, Composite and Component are analogue connections and will require more than one connection cable to deliver video and audio. HDMI is a digital connection, supporting a higher quality video and audio signal all connecting via just the one cable. For reference, HDMI will deliver the best quality image, while Component will deliver an excellent image, and Composite will deliver a good image.
What is the difference between different version of HDMI? Say 1.4 vs 2.0?
Higher or newer versions of HDMI usually mean that they can transfer higher volumes of data. This means higher audio, pixel and frames rates as well as, compared to earlier HDMI versions, the provision to network the connected devices over the HDMI cable (Versions 1.4 and above.) Latest model TVs demand newer cables in order to deliver its best performance with 3D, Full HD, network, and even 4k. For the best reliability in transmission between your player and your TV, choose a Laser HDMI version 2.0 cable.