DVI cables (Digital Visual Interface) are a type of video cable that sends digital or analog video signals between sources and displays. They are commonly used with notebooks or desktop computers, projectors and computer monitors. There are different types of DVI connections that look very similar but have different compatibility. DVI cables are flexible cables that allow for access to tight spaces and are available in various lengths.
A DVI to DVI cable connects your DVI-equipped computer or other device with a DVI connector, to flat-panel displays, digital CRT displays, HDTV, monitors, and projectors.
DVI-A are analog cables suitable for carrying an analog signal. They can support VGA signals via adapters but will not support digital signals like HDMI
DVI-D are digital and carry a digital signal. In comparison DVI-A is an analog signal, you will not be able to use a DVI-D cable with any DVI-A equipment or vice versa duel to the signals incompatibility.
DVI-I are Integrated and can carry either a Digital or Analog signal. DVI-I cables can be used with either DVI-D or DVI-A.
Gold plated DVI cables enhance your HD experience with the ultimate in quality and high-speed connectivity. Designed and engineered to provide premium, broadcast video and sound.
DVI cables with a ferrite core reduces noise and provide protection against unwanted RFI and EMI interference. Ideal for use with computers, display equipment and audio visual devices to filter out disruption.