This WolfPack 8K 60 Hz and 4K 120 Hz 4x2 HDMI Switch with HDMI 2.1 extends the bandwidth to 48 Gbps and connects 8K 60 Hz HD TVs to Blu-ray/DVD Player, Xbox X, PS5, PC, and other HDMI devices. HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR support ensures every moment of a video is displayed at its ideal values for depth, detail, brightness, contrast, and wider color gamut's on a scene-by-scene or even a frame-by-frame basis. 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.
Please note, when connecting an 8K 60 Hz TV to OUTB, OUTA outputs 8K 60 Hz or 4K 120 Hz resolution only in the splitter mode. In this mode, OUTA and OUTB select the same input source. The maximum output resolution is 8K 30 Hz or 4K 60 Hz in other modes.
If you want to use ARC or CEC, you must connect the TV to the OUTA port and when using ARC, make sure your TV HDMI port supports ARC and the ARC has been turned on.
HDTV Supplys has tested WolfPack 8K 60 Hz and 4K 120 Hz 4x2 HDMI Switch with these 8K products:
- 8K XBOX-X
- 8K Sony PS5
- 8K TV from Samsung
- 8K (4320p) NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Video Card
(*) CAUTION: In the matrix mode the outputs of A and B are different, output ports A and B cannot output 8K signals at the same time. Only one input group is allowed to output 8K, and the other group will output 4K or less. Here are some Q/As:
Can you have 2 - 8K 60 Hz outputs? Yes, but the two outputs must select the same input source. Think of it as a 1x2 8K 60 Hz HDMI Splitter.
Can you have 2 - 4K 120 Hz outputs? Yes, but the two outputs must select the same input source. Think of it as a 1x2 4K 120 Hz HDMI Splitter.
Can you have 1 - 8K 60 Hz output and 1 – 4K 120 Hz output? No. If you need this feature, see: AVPro Edge AC-MX-42X 4x2 HDMI 8K60 Matrix Switcher.
Can you have 1 - 8K 60 Hz output and 1 – 4K 60 Hz output? Yes
Can you have 1 - 8K 60 Hz output and 1 – 4K 30 Hz output? Yes
Can you have 1 - 8K 60 Hz output and 1 – 1080p 60 Hz output? Yes
Can you have 1 - 4K 120 Hz output and 1 – 4K 60 Hz output? Yes
Can you have 1 - 4K 120 Hz output and 1 – 4K 30 Hz output? Yes
Can you have 1 - 4K 120 Hz output and 1 – 1080p 60 Hz output? Yes
This WolfPack 8K 60 Hz and 4K 120 Hz 4x2 HDMI Switch is equipped with a downscaler that converts from 4Kx2K to 1080p and 8Kx4K to 4K2K and 1080p at the same frame rate (24 Hz / 25 Hz / 30 Hz / 48 Hz / 50 Hz / 60 Hz / 100 Hz / 120 Hz), and an image format as required.
HDR and VRR are also downscaled.
Please note that the downscaling only supports an 8K resolution at 24/25/30 Hz, and only distributes an output at 50/60 Hz.
WolfPack 8K 60 Hz and 4K 120 Hz 4x2 HDMI Switch Features:
- HDMI 2.1, HDCP 2.3 & 40Gbps compliant
- Up to 8K60 YCBCR 4:2:0 10bit, 8K30 RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit or
- 4K120 RGB/YCBCR 4:4:4 10bit
- HDR, HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Vision & ALLM / VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) pass through
- Quick Frame Transport (QFT)
- Up to LPCM 7.1CH, Dolby TrueHD & DTS-HD Master Audio
- Atmos supported via the HDMI interface
- 4 - 8K HDMI Inputs & 2 - 8K HDMI Outputs
- Built-in Equalizer, Retiming and Driver
- Auto EDID management
- Compact design with Aluminum case
The product has a power off memory function. The setting state of the output channel is recorded and saved. After the power is off, the saved data will be automatically retrieved for configuration.
The optional AUDIO OUT is a set of multiplexed ports that allow you to select HDMI OUTA or OUTB sounds by using the "A-B" key.
The optional Audio EDID mode selection is also available for multiplexed outs. When the audio source selects channel A, the audio EDID mode is valid for channel A. When the audio source selects channel B, the audio EDID mode is valid for channel B. Analog audio can only be output when the audio format is LPCM, so it is recommended to choose the EDID mode in 2CH mode when using the analog audio output.
HDTV Supply uses the world's best ADI 8K chip set and with it the WolfPack™ 8K 4x2 HDMI Matrix Switcher 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.