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THX Releases Interconnect Cables; Re-Starts Certified Training Series

Designed in partnership with Pixelgen, the cables provide reliable high-bandwidth signal delivery and full HDMI 2.1 functionality.

THX Ltd. is launching THX Interconnect, designed in partnership with Pixelgen. THX Interconnect is a family of Ultra High-Speed HDMI 2.1 cables capable of delivering 100 percent uncompressed 48 Gbps signaling to optimize the fidelity and reliability of nearly any sized or configured home theater system. THX is also relaunching its home theater installer THX Certified Training series. Both will be highlighted at CEDIA Expo.

THX Interconnect Cables

“The THX mission is to empower high-fidelity entertainment, regardless of where and how consumers want to enjoy movies, music, and games,” says Jason Fiber, chief executive officer, THX Ltd. “The THX Interconnect cables ensure all home theater components work in harmony at the highest resolutions, regardless of the length. We are pleased to bring home theater enthusiasts around the globe this cost-effective and incredibly reliable new solution. We also look forward to reintroducing the THX Certified Training program, which has been dormant for a few years but is back due to overwhelming demand from the home theater installation industry.”

THX Interconnect cables come in nine lengths to meet the needs of nearly any setup, home theater, or private cinema. Utilizing Pixelgen’s PXLGLASS Hybrid Fiber/Copper technology, the THX Interconnect cables maintain the smallest cable diameter possible regardless of length when crossing over from copper to long-reach optical fiber requirements, making installation and management easy and effective.

THX Interconnect Ultra High-Speed HDMI cables support the maximum 8-10K resolutions at 60 frames per second, and include:

  • THX Interconnect (Copper) short-range cable for six sizes: 0.5m (1.64 ft), 1m (3.28 ft), 1.5m (4.92 ft), 2m (6.56 ft), 3m (9.84 ft), 5m (16.4 ft); and
  • THX Interconnect (Copper + Optical Fiber with embedded PXLGLASSTechnology) long-range cable for three sizes: 7.6m (24.9 ft), 10m (32.8 ft), 15m (49.2 ft).

THX Interconnect cables are thin, flexible, and robust. With any signal transmission method (0.5-to-5m Copper-based or 7.6m-to-15m PXLGLASS Optical), each cable provides the following:

  • 100 percent uncompressed high-speed signal delivery up to 8K60 48 Gbps
  • Total HDMI 2.1b Protocol Functionality including Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC), Consumer Electronics Control (CEC), Dynamic HDR (High Dynamic Range), HDCP (High bandwidth Digital Content Protection) 2.X as well as all new gaming-centric features, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), QMS (Quick Media Switching), ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), and QFT (Quick Frame Transport)
  • Ultra High Speed HDMI Cable Certification (HDMI 2.1b Category 3 for Optical lengths) with scannable official UHD label affixed to packaging
  • Internally validated to THX Certified 8K Interconnect Standards; maximized 8K HDMI equipment interoperability, in-system reliability, stringent fitness-to-application testing, hot-plugging, power sequencing and time-lapsed pixel error testing
  • Smallest cable diameter possible, ensuring minimal bend radius and encouraging maximum flexibility without compromising reliable signal delivery

Full product specifications are available here. Pricing ranges from USD $39.99 to $399.99. Products are expected to ship in late fall 2023. Preorder them here. The THX Interconnect cables will be displayed at the Barco Residential booth #3901 during CEDIA Expo.

Also, at CEDIA Expo, THX will reintroduce its THX Certification Training for home theater installers, distributors, and enthusiasts. The first THX Level One trainings are expected to be held at CES in January and future CEDIA/ISE Expos. Trainings will be led by industry luminary Gerry Lemay who is the founder of the Home Acoustics Alliance (HAA) and president of Quest Acoustical Interiors and who has taught hundreds of key CEDIA industry courses over the years. The CEDIA session titled “THX: A Brief History and Way Forward” will be on September 6 from 8 AM to noon in Mile High Ballroom 3B at the Colorado Convention Center.

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