Tributaries has announced its UHD HDMI cables, which it calls its most advanced HDMI cables to date.
Tributaries said this week that it will exhibit its Series 2 and 4 Interconnect cables, using technology from the Clarus Series, at CEDIA Expo next month.
Tributaries said this week that it has launched its new Series 4 cables, and will exhibit them at International CES in January.
Technology Integrator: What are your plans for CEDIA?Joe Perfito: Our goal at CEDIA 2013 is to meet our dealers face-to-face to review our current line of Clarus and Tributaries products and present the new additions. This year, we’ll be emphasizing our “Made in USA” philosophy for all our audio, video, digital coax and speaker cables.…
Tributaries this week announced that it has revamped its HEC line of HDMI cables. The long-distance IHEC cable is available both by itself and along with the HX102 extender.
The Pacific Northwest Consumer Electronics Expo is scheduled to visit both Seattle and Portland next month. The industry-only event will visit Seattle June 11 and Portland June 13, both for all-day events.
The Tributaries and Clarus brands announced the addition of three representative firms this week, Gordon J. Gow Technologies, the parent company of the two brands, said.
Joe Perfito of Tributaries shows the company's new high-end Clarus cables.
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