4 in/2 out HDMI Matrix Switch with IR Extension, 3D Ready
1080P | 3D | IR Sensor | Built-In Amplifier | Manual & Remote | Share Four Devices w/ Two Displays
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4 in/2 out HDMI Matrix Switch with IR Extension, Audio Out, 3D Ready
This is a true matrix 4 x 2 switch. It allows up to 4 source devices and up to 2 displays can be connected. You can have the same video mirrored on all displays, or use the switch to send different video to each monitor. Input source for each display is selected by pushing a button on HDMI matrix box, or using remote control.
The IR Extension function allows you to extend remote control IR signal through HDMI cable. Say you have a TV and cable box in the living room and second TV in the bed room upstairs. You can change cable channel either in the living room or on the bed upstairs with the cable box remote control. You do not have to go downstairs each time you want to change cable channel. IR adapters sold separately.
- True matrix 4 x 2, (4 inputs / 2 outputs)
- HDMI version: High speed with 3D support
- HDMI resolution: 1080P24fs/1080P/1080i/720P/576P/576i/480P/480i
- LED display for input /output selection
- Select input/output by IR remote control or manual switch
- Desktop or wall mount
- IR extension supported (Need 60067, 60068, and 60069)
- Max output cable length: 60Ft
- Power adapter: Input: AC (50HZ.60HZ) 100V-240V; Output: DC5V: (included)
Don't Forget the Cables!
Q: Does this product support 3D?
A: Yes this product is capable of transmitting a 3D signal.
Q: What’s the difference between a switch and a splitter?
A: A switch allows you to connect multiple video sources to 1 display. A splitter allows you to take the video from one source and then display it on multiple displays depending on how many outputs the splitter has.
Q: What does IR extension mean?
A: IR extension means that this device can transmit a remote controls IR signal through an HDMI cable with optional accessories (Need 60067 60068 and 60069). Say you have source devices such as cable box and Blu-ray player in the living room and TV in the bedroom upstairs. You can change TV channel or switch to blue ray player in bed without going downstairs to the living room.
Q: What the difference between a simple switch and a Matrix switch?
A: A Simple switch can select from multiple inputs to a single output. A matrix switch allows multiple inputs to be routed to more than one output.
Q: Will I lose picture quality if I use a switch?
A: No a switch will maintain the picture quality.
|Features & Specs|
|Number of Inputs:||Number of Inputs supported by the switch ?||4|
|Input Connector Type:||Type of Connector on the input side of the switch box?||4x HDMI|
|Output Connector Type||Type of Connector on the output side of the switch box ?||2x HDMI|
|Switch Mechanism||Method used to switch between inputs?||Push Button|