This 4X8 HDMI Splitter
allows one of 4 HDMI devices to be switched to 8 HDMI TVs all with the same picture. The 4x8 HDMI Splitter has the latest 4K compliancy and you can control it 2 ways with the remote control or 4-discrete front panel switches. It distributes 4 inputs HDMI / 1 MHL signals to 8 HDMI outputs (Input port 3 supports MHL).NOTE 1:
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The 4X8 HDMI Splitter has the following ins and outs:
- 2-HDMI inputs on the rear
- 2-HDMI inputs on the side. One cab be used for both HDMI or MHL
- 1-HDMI output on the one other side
- 7-HDMI outputs on the rear
- No ins and outs on the front where the 4-input buttons are, 12 lights and the OFF/ON switch
This 4x8 HDMI Splitter is not an HDMI matrix switcher
and all 8 outputs show the same picture and are dependent of which one of the 4 video inputs you have chosen.
Most 4K displays have only one 4K input so if you have multiple 4K source devices like a 4K DVD player or a 4K media player you will need a 4K switch.
4x8 HDMI Splitter Features:
- 4 HDMI input and 8 HDMI display
- HDMI 1.4a 1080P Full-HD output, deep color 36bit
- It supports 4K by 2K at 30 Hz resolutions
- HDMI digital audio format: DTS-HD / Dolby-true-HD / LPCM7.1 / DSD
- Support screen preview
- Compliant with HDCP 1.4 protocol, MHL 2.0 and HDMI 1.4b specification
- Supports 3 ports on-chip EDID RAM
- Supports 3 ports of on-chip programmable passive/active DDC switch
- Allows 4 HDMI Sources to be connected to 8 HDMI Displays Devices
- 5V DC, UL Listed Power Supply
- Includes IR Remote Control
- High Speed Chip Set that Supports 3D, 4K x 2K
- Full HD1080P/120HZ
- HDCP Compliant
- Built-in equalization support output
- Unique Circuit Design Allows for Protection against High Voltage and Peak Currents
- Tested for Compatibility with all leading HD Video brands
Why not buy this 4x8 HDMI Splitter today?