It’s not just the quality of the cable that matters when it comes to getting the best out of your HDTV.
The HDMI cable you buy should also be a good fit for your TV, and the best way to do that is to use an HMD that supports HDMI 2.0a, which means that the cable you get will support the new technology.
HMDs have become an increasingly popular solution for HDTV owners and they’re not a new one, either.
While the technology is in its infancy, there are many HDMI 2-in-1 products available, from cheap adapters to the more expensive, more powerful ones.
If you want to go with a cheaper HDMI cable, you might want to check out this article to find out which HMD supports the 2-channel HDMI 2 standard.
It’s worth noting that while you can use the HMD to display movies and TV shows on your HDHomeRun or Roku, the content on the TV itself will still be presented in a 2.5D format, so you’ll need to use the standard that HDMI 2 supports.
HDMI 2a is also supported on many HMD devices, but you’ll have to use a higher-end adapter that supports the technology.