Many believe that if you’re not buying the latest and best version of a product you’re settling for hot garbage, but that’s not always true. In reality, you can save money on a lot of tech products without compromising your overall experience.
If you’re buying an expensive new TV, you might feel inclined to spend a bit more on cabling for devices. Don’t be fooled. As long as your HDMI cable is capable of carrying enough data for your given usage, it’s good enough. Spending more may get you a cable more durable against repeated plugging and unplugging, but in most cases, your HDMI cables live at the back of your TV and are rarely unplugged.
If you want to use an HDMI 2.1 compliant device with your TV, you’ll need a cable that meets the HDMI 2.1 standard. That means a cable that’s capable of carrying 48GB/sec, or a 4K image at 120Hz. If you don’t have a TV with a 120Hz…
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