This 2 X 5 HDMI splitter sends two HDMI signal to 5 HDMI devices.
2 X 5 HDMI Splitter Specs:
- High Quality Picture
- No Signal Loss and Digital Noise Free
- Signal Amplification for signal reliability and long length signal transmission
- HDCP compliant at all channels
- Supports Bandwidth: 25-165Mhz
- Supports Resolution: ATSC HDTV signal 480p, 720p, 1080i/p
- Input Channel: 2 HDMI Channels
- Output Channel: 5 HDMI Channels
- Signals & Connectors: Input & Output HDMI Type A Single Link
- Dimension: 311mm X 145mm X 26mm (WxDxH)
- Weight: 4 lbs
- Power Supply: DC 12V / 3.0A Adapter Included.
- Power Consumption: 6 Watts
- Operating Temperature: 0-40*C Humidity: Less than 80%
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.
This HDMI splitter works with 2 of the below inputs:
This HDMI splitter is HDCP Compliant.
- Any high definition Dish Network and DirecTV receiver with HDMI outputs
- High definition TiVo's with HDMI outputs
- Any high definition cable receiver with HDMI outputs
- Canadian Rogers, Shaw, Bell ExpressVu and Star Choice receivers with HDMI out, or DVI out with a converter
- Any "Over The Air" (OTA) high definition receiver with HDMI outputs
- Sony PS3, HD DVD and Blu-ray DVD players
- Any Xbox360 with HDMI outputs
- Any upconverting DVD player with HDMI outputs
- Any DVHS VCR with HDMI outputs
- An APPLE TV with HDMI outputs
- Any PC video card with HDMI outputs
- Any high definition camcorder with an optional type C to standard HDMI cable
- Many A/V surround sound receivers with HDMI switching that include the proper chip set. Call your AV receiver supplier to discuss your application or us.
- Any HDCP compliant HDTV, monitor and projector. If the source is HDCP compliant and your TV is not, you will not get a picture. Please check your TV manual or the manufacturers web site.
- and other similar devices.
HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) is a standard encoded into the video signal to prevent it from being pirated. If a source device is HDCP coded and is connected to a HDMI display or projector without the proper HDCP decoding mechanism, the picture is relegated to "snow" or in some cases, very low (480P) resolutions of the images.
In order to see HDTV with HDCP compliance, both the source, the display and any device in between must be equipped with HDMI connections that can enable HDCP decoding, such as this HDMI splitter.
Your video is only as good as the HDMI Splitter that connects it. Why not buy this 2 X 5 HDMI Splitter today?