Category Archives: The Cables

A Guide to Using XLR Cables

XLR cables are audio cables typically used for professional sound applications that require a balanced line. This type of cord is designed to reduce hum and other types of noise-producing, electrical interference that can enter the line over long distances. This feature makes them a suitable choice for connecting microphones to audio equipment such as mic preamps, mixers,… Read More »

What is UTP cable? How to choose the right UTP cable?

1. What is UTP cable? UTP (Unshielded Twisted Pair) cables are the most common type of copper cabling used in modern networking applications. These cables consist of pairs of unshielded wires that are twisted together to help minimize crosstalk and electromagnetic interference (EMI). What is the difference between STP and UTP cable? The main difference between STP (Shielded… Read More »

How to Connect DVD Player to TV?

It’s quite simple to connect your DVD player to your TV. Just link it with your HDMI port or A/V port for component cables. Some older DVD players with SD resolution of 480p even allow AV connections for RCA composite or S-video.

How to Connect Dish Receiver to TV?

To connect your dish receiver to your TV, you need to have the dish technician install the dish in your home first and have the cable connecting to it available on your wall outlets. From there, connecting the box to your HDTV should be quite simple.