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Has HDMI taken over Digital Visual Interface (DVI)?

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Has HDMI taken over Digital Visual Interface (DVI)?

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HDMI overtook DVI several years ago. HDMI is now the de facto standard for connecting A/V equipment, and DVI is rapidly waning. DVI is still seen as a backup connection in some devices, and in a few key markets — primarily desktop PCs (though not media PCs or Blu-ray/HD-DVD capable machines) and video projectors (which may not have a need to receive audio). Nonetheless, HDMI is rapidly gaining on DVI in the PC space as well, including graphics-card solutions from NVIDIA and ATI with HDMI outputs. Type A HDMI is backward-compatible with the single-link (DVI-D) used on modern computer monitors and graphics cards. This means that a DVI source can drive an HDMI monitor, or vice versa, by means of a suitable adapter or cable, but the audio and remote control features of HDMI will not be available. Additionally, without support for High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) on the display, the signal source may prevent the end user from viewing or especially copying certain restricted

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