HDMI Cables and Accessories

VanCity HD proudly offers Kanto Professional grade, in-wall rated (FT4/CL3, fire & electrical code approved) cables with full 1080P resolution capability and the new HDMI 1.4 Ethernet Channel.

Manufactured with quality internals and superior features, these cables are future-proof and will work with all the new devices coming to the market that allow you to include the internet to your high definition media devices.
Certified for 3D over HDMI and stunning PURE 1080P Picture!

We also stock and carry Audio & video cables for all you installation needs, including:

Audio Cables: Digital Fiber Optic (Toslink), Digital Coax, Stereo Audio (RCA), Subwoofer Cable, Speaker Wire
Video Cables: Component, S-Video, Composite (3 Wire RCA), Coaxial (Satellite or Cable), DVI, HDMI 1.4 with Ethernet

Wall plate - Single and Double HDMI

Wallplate - Single and Double
  • Kanto HDMI wall plates are designed for standard installation on walls where a female HDMI connector is desired on a Decora style wall plate.
  • Single HDMI $30
  • Double HDMI $45

HDMI Active Powered Switches and Splitters

Floating Device 2 Tier Shelf
  • Send Multiple Sources to a single HDMI or DVI Port on your HD Display
  • Share One source device ie: Cable or Satellite Box among Multiple TV's
  • Compatible with 3DTV, 3D, HDMI 1.4, HDCP 1.2, and DVI 1.0
  • Supports HDTV resolutions 480p, 720p, 1080i & 1080p & supports VGA, SVGA, SXGA(1280x1024), UXGA(1600x1200) &1920x1200
  • Enhances signal quality after a long distance transmission
  • Meets UL/CSA, CE and ROHS standards
  • 4 Way $300
  • 8 Way $450

Kanto® Audio/Video Cables

HDMI Splitters
  • All-Metal heads for a lifetime of use
  • Lifetime warranty
  • SuperFlex non-refl ective cable
  • Injection molded head for maximum strain relief
  • 24K gold plated contacts
  • HDMI cables are certified v1.3b and support: 48-bit Deep Color | x.v. colour | uncompressed lossless surround sound
  • Available in lengths of 1-100 feet

Cable Accessories

 Other cables (used where HDMI is not available, in order of best performance):

    • Video cables
1. Component Video cables
2. S-Video cable
3. RCA Composite Video

    • Audio cables

1. Optical TOSLink
2. Digital coaxial cable
3. RCA (composite)
  • Adapters, accessories and solutions to help make your High Definition installation run smoothly
  • Contact Us for Questions & Pricing

A Short Guide On How To Connect Your Flat Panel 3D LED LCD Or Plasma TV To Your Source Components

1. Confirm that your HDTV service has been turned on.

2. Compile instructions for your HDTV set, set top box, service and other hardware. Keep vendor phone numbers handy.

3. Begin with video connections. You can connect any two pieces of equipment that are HDMI compatible (having HDMI female jacks) with one HDMI cable . HDMI is the only fully digital video and audio connection type made specifically for HDTV. Connect your TV and set top box using an HDMI cable. The HDMI cable has two male ends that connect to a female jack on each piece of hardware.

Where HDMI connections are not available, your next best choice for video will be component video cable connections. You will find these on your hardware as three RCA female jacks labeled “Y, Cb/pb, Cr/Pr” or “Y/G, Pb/B, Pr/R”. The three component video cables are color-coded, each matching its appropriately colored female jack on both the TV and set top box. This helps ensure that you plug the same cable into the right connections on both pieces of hardware. Plug in the cables.
You can use an S-Video cable to move video signal from device to device, though it is unlikely you will need to rely on it except perhaps with some older, optional hardware. The jacks are labeled “S-Video”.

A single, composite video cable, which you may also encounter on older hardware, will be color coded to match its female jacks, labeled Video. This is the least favorable video option.

4. Now it's time for audio. The next best audio connection (barring HDMI) is Optical TOSLink. If connections for optical TOSLink are available on the TV and box, you can use one of these cables. Look on your hardware for a label like “Opt” or Optical for the female TOSLink jacks.
Digital audio coaxial cable jacks are single jacks labeled “digital audio” and “coaxial”, or something comparable. A single digital audio coaxial cable can be used where neither HDMI nor Optical jacks are found.

If you have to make the audio connection with left and right analog RCA cables, the two jacks will be labeled audio or analog audio. These are color coded to match the cables. That is the least favorable audio option.