These HDMI Amplified splitters
allow a single HDMI source such as high definition set-top box, DVD player, PS3, Xbox 360 or other device with an HDMI output to be connected to up to 16 HDMI displays, such as HDTV's or projectors. The picture will be the same on all HDTV's.
New 2018 HDMI Splitter Features:
- New EDID chip set to prevent another TV turning off when you turn another TV off.
- This new chip set increases compatibility with HDMI cables with built-in boosters and HDMI over CAT5 converters.
- They support 1080p TV's at 24/30/60/100/200/240 Hz and above as well as Blu-rays at 24 FPS
- Unused outputs do not upset the other wired outputs as many other splitters do
These HDMI splitters come in the following configurations:
- 1 in and 2 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 1 in & 4 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 1 in & 6 outputs - HDMI 1.3
- 1 in & 8 outputs - HDMI 1.3
- 1 in & 8 outputs - Rack Mount - HDMI 1.3
- 1 in & 12 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 1 in & 16 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 2 in's & 2 outputs - HDMI 1.3
- 2 in's X 4 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 2 in's & 8 outputs w/EDID - HDMI 1.3b
- 2 in's & 8 outputs - HDMI 1.3b
- 3 in's & 8 outputs - HDMI 1.3 - Remote Control
The 2X2, 2X4, 2X8 and 3X8 HDMI splitter switches allows either one of the HDMI inputs to be switched to mirrored (the same) HDMI outputs. They are NOT matrix switchers as all the outputs are the same so if you need multiple and different outputs see our HDMI matrix switchers
HDMI Splitter Features:
- Connects two or more HDTV displays at the same time to the same video source
- All HDTV's have the same picture.
- Supports 4080i, 480p, 720i, 720p, 1080i and 1080p resolutions
- Conforms to at least HDMI 1.3 specifications for resolutions up to 1920 x 1200
- Compatible with all HDMI-equipped, HDCP-enabled HDTV devices
- Supports 1080p TV's at 24/30/60/100/200 Hz as well as Blu-rays at 24 FPS
- At least HDMI 1.3 compliant (see below)
- Built in amplifier for driving long cable distances up to 50 feet of good quality cable
- Installs in seconds
- HDMI Source Input Ports: 1, 2 or 3 depending upon splitter purchased
- Supports up to 1920X1080p or 1080p single link DVI-D with a DVI to HDMI cable or adapter.
- Display Device Output Ports: 2 or 4 or 6 or 8 or 12
- Vertical Frequency Range: 60Hz
- Enclosure: Metal
- Includes a power supply
1x2 or 2X2 or 1X4 or 2X4 or 1X6 or 1X8 or 2X8 or 3X8 or 1X12 HDMI Splitter Applications:
- Send your one cable receivers HDMI output to up to 12 HDTV's in different rooms depending upon model chosen
- Send your one satellite receivers HDMI output to up to 12 HDTV's in different rooms
- Send your DVD players HDMI output to up to 8 HDTV's in different rooms depending upon model chosen
- Send any one HDMI output to up to 12 HDTV's in different locations depending upon model chosen
They make for a flexible distribution hub that can accommodate multiple displays when two or more HDMI splitters are connected to create a larger distribution.
HDMI Splitter Package Contents:
- 2 or 4 or 6 or 8 or 12 Port HDMI Splitter (Select above which model you want)
- AC Power Adapter
There are 10 different HDMI splitters to pick from here. See the drop down box above.
A few of the HDMI splitters have an EDID management function. An EDID function is added to increase its compatibility to any HDTV, unlike cheaper units that you have to guess their compatibility. EDID learning is only found in professional HDMI splitters and never less than $500.
Extended Display Identification (EDID) Data is a VESA standard data format that contains basic information about a HDTV and its capabilities, including vendor information, maximum image size, color characteristics, factory pre-set timings, frequency range limits, and character strings for the monitor name and serial number.
The information is stored in the display and is used to communicate with the system through a Display Data Channel (DDC ), which sites between the monitor and the source device. The system uses this information for configuration purposes, so the HDTV and system can work together.
The HDMI splitter is HDCP compatible; however, you must verify your source and destination devices support (or don't support) HDCP encryption. Essentially, HDCP compliant devices will only transmit to or receive from other devices with HDCP coding. This HDMI splitter will also work if neither device is HDCP compatible.
Your video is only as good as the splitter that connects it. Why not buy a 1X2 or 2X2 or 1X4 or 2X4 or 1X8 or 2X8 or 1X12 HDMI splitter today?