Is Bose coming out with cables that work with HDMI. I can't use my Bose System?
- Robert JLv 71 month ago
The question does not make sense.
If the two pieces of equipment you are trying to connect have HDMI input & output respectively then any standard HDMI cable will work.
Bose have made equipment that has HDMI for a long time.
Say exactly what you are trying to connect to what - the makes & models, and the types of connections they have.
You may need an off-the-shelf adapter cable or signal converter of some sort, or it may just not be possible.
Without knowing what you are actually wanting to do, no specific answer is possible.
- LanceLv 71 month ago
HDMI is a closed system designed by the HDCP community mostly to deal with copy rights infringement. Content companies at the time like Sony and United Artists were reluctant to release Major titles on HD Blu ray disks because of the fear of piracy which was ramped at the time...Even today Piracy is still a known problem but content providers are happy with protecting quality...So even though you can get bootleg copies of major titles, the quality of those bootlegs suffer and does not present the sound or vision quality that is available on the latest 4K Blu ray titles. So in order for HDMI to work and to remain protective certain protocol and standards must be met...one of those standards is the type of connection used hence Bose would have to buy into the protocol, there is no other way other wise it reduces the effectiveness of the HDCP protocol and copy rights protection.
- spacemissingLv 72 months ago
You should have Bought Other Sound Equipment.
Bose is a lot like Apple,
doing its own thing regardless of what anyone else does,
but without the built-in quality.