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Fosmon HD1832 Intelligent 5x1 5-Port HDMI Switch/Switcher with IR Remote and AC Adapter Supports 3D
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- Connects five HDMI inputs to a single HDTV
- Maintains high resolution video - beautiful, sharp HDTV resolutions up to 1080p
- When supplied with power, this unit will select the power-on source device depending on the sequence automatically
- Full 1080p - Supports 3D - For: Blu-Ray, PS3, Xbox, HD-DVD, HD-DVR, Digital Satellite & Cable boxes
- IR remote and AC adapter are included
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Update 10/8/13 have been working with this for some time now and it has not failed me yet and the only thing I can say is this is GREAT! I have my Roku,Bluray,and now chromecast hooked up and it transfers over nicely to each device. Well worth the cost,ease of setup and usage.
1. It's very small. So what? you may ask. Well, imagine trying to fit a gallon of oil in a two cup container. This thing is the size of a deck of cards, weighs less than my smart phone, and you're supposed to connect SIX hdmi's to it? Heh. It's plug and play all right - but the "plug" part is really tricky.
2. The remote eye has a very short cord. Ideally, you'd like to locate this device with the rest of your equipment in the cabinet under the set, but the cord on the remote eye is only six inches long. Which severely limits your placement choices.
3. The remote eye is large. Honestly, it's huge. Compared to the device itself, it's a monstrosity. If it were hollow, you could about get a ping pong ball inside. Trust me, you do not want to stick this thing on the front of your TV set where you have to look at it.
4. The eye is picky about directionality. The flat surface with the adhesive pad has to be vertical. If you mount it horizontal, you'll get about two feet of range.
5. The clicker buttons are cheap. They're going to wear out. Quickly. Trust me. If you use this device every day, I'd give it less than two years.
OK, having said all that, would I buy another one? Sure. It has its place. Hopefully my review will help you decide if it qualifies for your place.
When hooked up to Xbox 360, and inserting a movie, a message pops up to the effect of "Secure HDCP link not found"
I tried several ports, and many other things. When connected directly to TV (by-passing this device) everything works fine.
Great, except for Non-HDCP compliance.
Aside from that one glaring issue, the switch would have been perfect for my needs. If you feel like taking a gamble, or don't mind the occasional flicker, you might still consider using this. Here's a few other things to keep in mind:
1) The switch is incredibly light. The tension from the HDMI cables will be more than enough to hold it up and keep it from lying flat.
2) The LED light which shows the current input is very bright. Even in a well-lit room, it is noticeably glaring. In a dark room, it's practically a flashlight. You'll want this switch tucked away behind a cabinet or drawer to keep the light from being visible. Which brings us to...
3) The cord for the IR receiver is very short. The one that I got was roughly a foot long, which was nowhere near long enough to run outside of the cabinet I hid the switch in. The good news is that it uses a standard headphone jack for a connection, so I was able to get an extension cable that let me run the receiver to a more convenient location. I used a six foot extension, and the switch still had no problem receiving commands despite the extra cable run.
4) The remote, like the switch, is very light, and noticeably flimsy. I programmed the inputs into a universal remote, since I doubt the included remote will hold up for very long even under normal use.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ok, this one works. I bought this one first: PORTTA PET0301S 3x1 with no success. I even took the power cord from this unit and put it on the PET301S and still it didnt work. Read morePublished 1 day ago by StevieB
Great produce. Switches flawlessly with the included remote. The only issue for me was the auto switch feature. I was running the output to an older Vizio TV. Inputs were 1. Read morePublished 1 day ago by John
Got item really fast. Everything was like it was describe on the site.Published 1 day ago by havocer
My tv is a few years old, and only has 2 HDMI ports. Having 4 devices meant unplugging and plugging back in. So I gave this a try. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Gabe
Its good all it needs is a way to attach the auctual switcher to a wall or something.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this for my 13 year-old grandson and he says it works great. He's a happy kid. I caused him some problems by giving him a couple of eSATA cables instead of HDMI cables. Read morePublished 2 days ago by James P. Jaster