DVIHDMICables.com was created as a informational resource about DVI/HDMI/SVGA Cables
and Adapters with the intentions to provide enough information to simplify the sometimes
confusing task of selecting the proper adapter or cable for your particular application.
or Digital Video/Visual Interface cables
are available in three flavors which each have their own specific application. DVI-A
(Analog Video), DVI-D (Digital Video) and DVI-I (Integrated Analog/Digital Video)
comprise the three different types of DVI Cables.
or High Definition Multimedia Interface (Digital
Audio/Video) cables which are the simplest to understand and know which cable is
needed since there is only one type. Although it can become confusing when tying
a DVI and HDMI device together
There are two types of VGA cables, VGA (Analog Video) and
(Analog Video). Quite often these two cables are included under the
same generic name "SVGA" or "Super VGA" while they are both very different cables
and in some applications one or the other is indeed needed.