Kramer C-HDMI/DVI-15 HDMI (M) to DVI-D (M) Cable - 15 ft
|Kramer Electronics is a company that designs, manufactures and distributes signal management products for analog and digital video signals, audio signals, computer graphics video signals and control signals which are used in the professional AV, broadcast and production and residential AV markets worldwide. The company headquarters is in Jerusalem, Israel, and has corporate sales and distribution offices around the world in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, the United Kingdom, Belgium, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Poland, Russia, Israel, India, China, Singapore, Japan, Korea and Australia. Kramer Electronics was founded in 1981 by Dr. Joseph Kramer. Dr. Kramer, whose PHD is in pharmaceutical biology, had been working in R+D at a company that manufactured headphones. Kramer C-HDMI/DVI-15 HDMI (M) to DVI-D (M) Cable - 15 ft. The Kramer HDMI/DVI series are high performance cables with HDMI connectors at one end and a DVI connector at the other. They are designed to connect between digital video sources and displays and recorders that don't have both DVI and HDMI connectors. HDMI to DVI single link (18 +1 pin) cable provides excellent conductivity at high frequencies and longevity without degradation. When that company went out of business, he foresaw the significance of video, then in its infancy, and used the distribution channel that had existed to start selling video products of his own design. In 2003, Kramer Electronics bought Sierra Video, a well established and respected company that manufactures Broadcast Routing equipment which expanded the Kramer product offering into large format routing products for composite video, RGBHV video and SDI and HD-SDI signals as well as audio signals. In many cases, Kramer offers three versions of a product to meet the needs of various applications. They generally have a rack-mount version, a desktop version and a Kramer TOOLS version. Kramer TOOLS are extremely compact product solutions ideal for solving basic signal management problems.
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