4K 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with MHL Input, ARC & Audio Outs

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4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch
Switchable Optical & Stereo Audio Outs
4K, ARC, 3D & HDMI 1.4 Compliant
Separate HDMI input for smartphones
Includes 14-Button Remote Control
WolfPack HDMI Switchers HDTV Supplys This is a WolfPack 4K 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switcher with digital audio and 3.5 mm stereo audio outputs. It also has an HDMI input in the rear that can be used especially with a supplied MHL to HDMI Adapter so you can use your MHL equipped smart phone or tablet with it. It is designed to work as a switcher for multiple sources and displays and is HDMI 1.3 matrix switcher works with all HDMI 1.3 versions and below. Because it is a matrix switcher, it allows any input to be routed to any output; or the same input to be routed to all outputs, or any combination. The 4-in, 2-out HDMI matrix switcher switches HDMI signals in any of 16 combination's. It can switch or distribute the four HDMI sources to the two HDMI Displays easily. The matrix also can support an ARC function which can upstream the TV audio to the amplifier.

The dual purpose HDMI & MHL port supports the RCP function as it can do controlled with a smart phone and the switcher by the TV remote. When MHL/HDMI is working in the dual mode it can reduce the number of ports. This 4X2 HDMI Switcher with audio supports a maximum bandwidth of 10.2 Gbps, 48 bit color & provides a sharp & highly defined video in multiple resolutions up to 1080p. Because it is a matrix switcher, it allows any of the 4 inputs to be routed to either output; or the same input to be routed to both outputs. The remote control has 4 input buttons & 4 output buttons with 2 active as it is shared with our 4X4 matrix switcher. It completely eliminates the need to constantly move around video input & output cables.

This 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switcher supports the new Blu-ray DVD players that output 24 frames per second i.e. 1080p/24 as well as the new HDTV's that have the 1080p 120/240 option to support 24 FPS. You get an awesome picture with this technology and our 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switchers. The 4X2 matrix switcher splits the incoming HDMI signal into the standard HDMI audio / video signal as well as converts its associated stereo and optical audio to outputs that you then can route to your surround sound receiver.

What sets this 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Audio From Others:

  1. A Smartphone (MHL) input
  2. 3 - Separate switchblade audio output ports
  3. Built-in ARC for using your TV remote control
  4. 4K and 3D compliant for this new technology

4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Audio Features:

  • Allows connection of up to 4 sources to up to 2 independent displays.
  • One HDMI Input support MHL/HDMI double mode input, the other three HDMI input support only HDMI single mode input.
  • MHL port supports the RCP function, it can do control to the smart phone and the switcher by the TV remote.
  • MHL/HDMI working in dual mode, can reduce the number of ports
  • The output A support extra audio output by SPDIF port and 3.5mm Headphone Port.
  • HDMI to achieve the synchronization of audio signal separation. There are ADV / 2.0CH / 5.1CH three kinds of audio mode options
  • The SPDIF audio output format can be chose by pressing the switch key or the remote.
  • It can come back to the default the input 1 status when restarted or reset.
  • Led Status Light allow the user to know the working status easily.
  • Supports Full HD 1080P, Full 3D
  • Supporst 4K*2K resolution
  • Supports deep color 30bit, 36bit, 48bit
  • Supports Blue-Ray 24/50/60fs/HD-DVD/xvYCC
  • Digital audio format, as DTS-HD/Dolby-trueHD/LPCM7.1/DTS/Dolby-AC3/DSD
  • Support signal retiming
  • Support input up to 15metres AWG24 HDMI standard cable length, output up to 25metres AWG24 cable length
  • Inputs can be switched with the IR remote control,also can be controlled by two switch buttons.
  • No loss of quality
  • Installs in minutes
  • Compatible with all HDMI sources and displays.
  • Supports high resolution input/output:
    PC: VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA (1600x1200) & HDTV: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 1080i and 1080p and 4K at 30 Hz
  • IR remote control

4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Digital Audio Technical Specifications:

  • Frequency bandwidth: 1.65Gbps (single link)
  • Resolution: up to 1080p
  • Input/Output: HDMI female ports
  • Power Supply: 5V DC
This 4X2 HDMI Matrix switch with a separate audio section inherent in the HDMI 1.3 compliant signal is compliant with the following audio standards:
  • Dolby Digital
  • Dolby Digital Plus
  • Dolby TrueHD (2 CH)
  • DTS
  • DTS-HD
NOTE 2: The Optical audio output are LPCM 2-channel, Dolby 5.1 or DTS 5.1.

Why not buy this 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Audio today?

This 4x2 HDMI Matrix Router has 4 HDMI inputs and 2 HDMI outputs. It is a true HDMI matrix and can distribute any one of 4 sources to either of 2 displays and can work as a splitter to show the same source on 2 displays simultaneously or in any combination. It supports 3D HDMI and HDMI 1.4 (4kx2K).

4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Audio Features:

  • HDMI STANDARD: HDMI support 4K*2K input and 3D
  • HDMI resolution: 24/50/60fs/1080p/1080i/720p/576p/576i/480p/480i
  • Support video color format: 24bit/deep color 30bit,36bit, 48bit
  • Support audio format: DTS-HD/Dolby-trueHD/LPCM7.1/DTS/Dolby-AC3/DSD
  • Audio output: SPDIF and 3.5mm Stereo
  • Max transmission bandwidth: 340MHz
  • Max baud rate: 10.2Gbps
  • Input/Output TMDS signal: 0.5~1.5Volts p-p
  • Input/Output DDC signal: 5Volts p-p (TTL)
  • Input cable distance: ≤30 feet AWG24 or AWG22 (preferred) HDMI standard cable
  • Output cable distance: 50 feet AWG24 or AWG22 (preferred) HDMI standard cable
  • Max working current: 1300mA
  • Power adapter format: Input:AC (50HZ, 60HZ) 100V-240V; Output: DC5V/2A
  • Operating Temperature range: (-15 to +55℃)
  • Dimension (L x W x H): 250X27X75 (mm)
  • Weight: 380g

4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch with Audio Package Includes:

  • 4X2 HDMI Matrix Switch
  • Remote Control
  • Male MHL to male HDMI adapter cable
  • Users Manual
  • 5 VDC Power Supply Adapter
  • 1 Year warranty
To ensure 3D Blu-ray or 4K content is routed via the Matrix, High Speed HDMI cables must be used and any connected non-3D or non-4K compatible display must not have an "active" HDMI output (i.e. powered off or in standby mode). The 4K or 3D source player must not be able to "see" a 2D or non-4K only display connected to the Matrix.


Q: Does the HDMI extender send ARC to my AV receivers HDMI output?

Q: My picture is jumpy, what do I do?
Try these

  1. Set the source device resolution to the same resolution of the TV, like 1280x720p to 720p.
  2. Set any EDID to it default.
  3. Makes the CAT5e/6 cable per the above manual.
  4. Use Cat5e/6 home runs and do not use internet hubs, wall plates and couplers.
  5. See the above Q/A Tab.
Q: ARC doesn't seem to be working, can you help?
Try this:
  1. Make sure you are installing HDMI 1.4 cables that include ARC, see our specs at HDMI cables with ARC
  2. The TV must support ARC and it must be turned ON ARC ON
  3. The unique TVs HDMI input must say it supports ARC
  4. Set the AV receivers or other device to ARC ON
  5. Make sure CAT5e/6 STP connectors are put on "B"
  6. Turn CEC ON
  7. Leave EDID at its default.
After In the TV menu settings with the MHL DEVICE synchronization, you can through the TV remote controller to control mobile device and switch signal source channel selection. But it requests the TV that can support the CEC function and mobile device can support RCP function. For details, please with TV or mobile device manufacturers to confirm. For example, the following mobile phone has passed the factory test, can support high-definition output and RCP function.

HTC sensation(G14) Samsung SII I9100

HTC sensation XE Samsung I9108

HTC EVO 3D Samsung Galaxy Note Phone

HTC One X Samsung SIII

HTC Flyer

Q: Does this HDMI Matrix Switch support remote IR?
No. We recommend using RF remote controls, see the ACCESSORIES Tab.

Q: I see the the HDMI extenders come with 2-remote IR cables, will the remote IR work with this matrix?
No, the cables are used when the application has one source and one widescreen. They can't be used with this matrix and need to be set aside and not used.

Q: What is MHL?
MHL is a technology standard developed by some of the top smartphone and consumer electronics manufacturers in the world Nokia, Samsung, Silicon Image, Sony and Toshiba. Smartphones and tablets with MHL can connect instantly to larger high-definition TVs to display streaming video, pictures and games all with surround sound. MHL means your content is larger than life so you can sit back, enjoy and experience.

MHL has other bonuses -- it charges your phone while its connected to the TV. And you can use the TV's remote to control the content coming from your phone on the big screen. MHL shares the same connector on your phone that you use to charge your phone. If you have an MHL TV, MHL shares the same connector as an HDMI port. Simply connect your MHL-enabled phone or tablet to your TV, monitor or projector to mirror everything on your phone to the larger screen display. TV not MHL-enabled? An MHL adapter makes any HDMI display an MHL display.

Q: What is the audio switch for?
The button for the Audio output mode can choosen for 5.1CH ,2.0CH ADV [Advance Audio]. Three kinds of audio output modes can be circulated switching. When you switch to the 5.1CH audio mode output the Digital audio signal receiving terminal must support DTS/DOLBY-AC3 decode, or the input D audio signal receiving terminal will have no sound output. If you need stereo than switch to the 2CH audio mode.

When audio output switch to the ADV [Advance Audio] mode, the audio output format will be decided by the audio signal receiving machine audio decode ability. The splitter will output 7.1 channel audio signal while the output end connects the av amplifier with HDMI port that support 7.1 channel audio decode.(the HD Source signal itself is 7.1 channel)

Q: What is ARC?
The (ARC) Audio Return Channel in HDMI 1.4 enables a TV, via a single HDMI cable, to send audio data ½upstream ½ to an A/V receiver or surround audio controller, increasing user flexibility and eliminating the need for any separate S/PDIF audio connection.

TVs have always been able to receive multi-channel audio through an HDMI connection, and this is still a typical use-case, with the TV positioned downstream from content sources and any connected audio equipment. However, if a user had a TV with a built-in tuner or DVD player, and wanted to send content upstreamfrom the TV back to the audio system, a separate connection had to be installed, typically an S/PDIF cable.