HDTV Supply's WolfPack™ 8K 2x1 HDMI Switcher with Remote Control 2 - 4K 120 Hz sources or 2 - 8K 60 Hz to a display supporting those resolution & frame rates. The 8K 2x1 HDMI Switch uses a remote control to switch between the inputs. If you need additional inputs on your 8K TV or want to connect several 8K 60 Hz or 4K 120 Hz devices to one port on your 8K 60 Hz or 4K 120 Hz display, then this should work for you.
The powerful 2x1 remote control can operate the switch up to 15-feet away and the 8K 2x1 HDMI Switcher with Remote Control is powered with an AC adapter.
HDTV Supply has tested our WolfPack 8K 2x1 HDMI Switcher with Remote Control with these 8K devices:
- 8K Sony PS5
- 8K Xbox X
- Nvidia 3090
- 8K TV from Samsung
This switch can only be used to switch 2-inputs to 1-output and cannot be used backwards to send one input to two outputs. Active switches like this is are better than passive switches as they give a better picture. Also please use 8K cables with this switch with a maximum length of 10 feet.
Examples that will work:
- One 4K / 120 hz input on a Sony Z9G and want to switch a PS5, & Xbox Series set at 4K 120 Hz
- All devices are 8K 60 Hz switched to an 8K 60 Hz TV (No down scaling)
- NOTE: The device does not support Atmos audio
8K 2x1 HDMI Switcher with Remote Control Features:
- Up to 8K 60 Hz YCBCR 4:2:0 10bit, 8K 30 Hz RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit or
- 4K 120 Hz RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit
- HDR, Dolby Vision & ALLM / VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) pass through
- HDMI 2.1, HDCP 2.3 & 40Gbps compliant
- Quick Frame Transport (QFT)
- Up to LPCM 7.1CH, Dolby TrueHD & DTS-HD Master Audio
- 2 - 8K HDMI Inputs & 1 - 8K HDMI Output
- Built-in Equalizer, Retiming and Driver
HDTV Supply uses the worlds best ADI 8K chip set and with it the WolfPack™ 8K 2x1 HDMI Switcher with Remote Control displays a higher resolution than 4K. 1080p screens have a resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels. 4K screens double those numbers to 3,840 by 2,160 and quadruple the number of pixels. 8K doubles the numbers again, to a resolution of 7,680 by 4,320. That's four times the number of pixels as 4K, which means it's 16 times that of a 1080p TV. The picture is just glorious.