New One and Two-Meter Braided Cables Deliver Competitively Priced, Installer-Friendly Solutions for Premium Digital A/V Components
CEDIA EXPO, DENVER, CO., Sept. 14, 2006 – Liberty Wire & Cable, worldwide supplier of a broad range of wire and cable products for the audio/video trade, including custom installers and systems integrators, introduces new pure-performance DigitaLinx HDMI Cables at the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) Expo 2006, beginning here today.
Liberty’s new state-of-the-art HDMI cables are designed to reflect the same premium image quality that clients expect to see in their high-definition displays. The cable provides ultimate digital performance with flawless transmission of HDMI 1.3 signals at resolutions up to 1080p.
The look and feel of the Liberty cable is enhanced by a black and silver sheath jacket of braided fabric, and easy to grab plugs. These features make the cable both aesthetically stunning and easy to install.
Available in one and two-meter lengths, Liberty’s new DigitaLinx HDMI Cables deliver high-quality performance at very competitive prices. The cables are available now from authorized Liberty dealers. They can be seen with Liberty’s other outstanding products at Booth 142, Colorado Convention Center, during the show.
About Liberty Wire & Cable
Liberty, a division of Communications Supply Corp. (CSC), is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colo., and is in its 14th year of operation. Its core goods, sold primarily for audio/video and security applications, consist of a complete line of wire and cable products along with connectors and connector systems, cable assemblies, interconnects, and a broad range of related accessories. Liberty principally serves the residential, commercial, broadcast, and rental and staging segments of the pro/AV industry. It also enjoys long-term relationships with a number of prominent OEMs. Liberty manufactures and markets the PanelCrafters line of custom and stock plates and panels. The company, which sells in 49 countries, has other facilities in Charlotte, N.C., and Phoenix, Ariz., and holds memberships in CEDIA, ICIA, and NSCA.