DisplayPort vs. HDMI: Which is best for your audio-video project?

When it comes to display interfaces, not all are created equal. Although both DisplayPort and HDMI are capable of sending high-definition video and audio with HDCP from a source device to a display, there are differences worth noting.  Below, we’ll discuss the key considerations to help you choose between the…

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The Most Future-Ready Residential A/V Solution

As part two of three of our sponsored web series on the Case for Using Fiber Cables over Category Cables in Residential AV Projects we welcome Eric Bodley of Future Ready Solutions and Bob Hansen-Keys of Audio Visual Design Group back to discuss their thoughts on the future of A/V…

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Chromis Fiberoptics CEO to speak at upcoming OFC Conference

Chromis Fiberoptics announced today that Frank Graziano, CEO, will be giving a talk entitled “Thinking Outside the Glass: New Market Opportunities for GigaPOF® GI-POF” at the POF Symposium during the Optical Networking and Communication Conference on Thursday, March 15th beginning at 11:00 a.m. Organized by the Plastic Optical Fiber Trade…

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Chromis Fiberoptics Awarded Prestigious DPL Labs 4K Seal of Approval

DPL Laboratories, Inc., the industry’s leading digital testing laboratory specializing in the performance assessment of digital signaling solutions such as HDMI cables, announced today it has issued the prestigious DPL Seal of Approval to Chromis Fiberoptics for their new Procerus4K Series HDMI 2.0 active optical cables (AOCs), made with their…

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The Coming Revolution in Commercial A/V…

Across the A/V landscape there is a revolution coming. For so long fiber has been stigmatized, degraded, and subbed out for less powerful and future proof solutions. But as fiber becomes more affordable and its benefits more widely known many more commercial buildings should be transitioning to fiber. This is…

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Why Active Optical Cables are Poised to Take Over Pro A/V

As the popularity of active optical cables increases, Frank Graziano, CEO of Chromis Fiberoptics, discusses its origins and benefits as a key tool into signal distribution solutions. Over the past few years, data centers have transitioned from copper cables to active optical cables, which have allowed them to move larger…

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Made in the U.S.A. – Is Domestic Manufacturing Making a Comeback?

Chromis Fiberoptics makes a range of plastic optical fiber and cable products in our New Jersey factory for a variety of markets, applications and customers in the U.S. and abroad. Over the past few years we have seen a marked preference among our domestic customers for products "Made in the U.S.A.", especially if…

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Introducing Chromis GigaPOF® Active Optical Cables at CEDIA 2016

rAVe Publications stopped by our table at the Media Preview event at CEDIA 2016 and gave us the opportunity to talk a bit about our new line of Chromis GigaPOF® active optical cables for long-reach A/V signal distribution. For years, Chromis has been a manufacturer of private-label active optical cables…

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GigaPOF® HDMI AOC with chiclet-style connector conduit pull demo video

Our chiclet-style HDMI connector is compact enough to pull through small-diameter conduit. The advantage of this design over detachable connectors is the avoidance of one or two extra electrical hops in the connection, which can compromise signal transmission quality and increase the possibility of connected devices incompatibility. This is especially crucial…

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Active Optical Cables for Educational, Commercial and Residential Audio-Video Installations

Active optical cables (AOCs) are a relatively new option in the data transmission world. Their basic purpose is to combine the very high data transfer rates, long transmission distance, reduced weight, and low EMI of optical fiber with the simplicity of a copper cable. AOCs allow the use of optical…

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