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Monoprice 102786 2X1 Manual HDMI Switch-Push Button Type

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  • It seems like everything use s HDMI these days from home theater equipment to your Android phone
  • With so many HDMI devices in use most televisions quickly run out of available HDMI input ports
  • You don't want the hassle of plugging and unplugging cables whenever you want to watch or play something different and you don't want the expense of new TV
  • Just get this 2x1 Manual HDMI Switch from Monoprice! This small footprint switch measures only 5
  • 1" x 4
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Technical Details

  • Support high-resolution display settings
  • Support HDCP and up to 1080p resolutions
  • No power required
  • Output Connector: 1 HDMI Female | Input Connector: 2 HDMI Female
  • Port Selection: Push button Switch | Weight: 225g

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 5.2 x 2.5 inches ; 13 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000NZX2CA
  • Item model number: 102786
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 5, 2007
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Product Description

It seems like everything use s HDMI these days from home theater equipment to your Android phone. With so many HDMI devices in use most televisions quickly run out of available HDMI input ports. You don't want the hassle of plugging and unplugging cables whenever you want to watch or play something different and you don't want the expense of new TV

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Customer Reviews

No need to buy the overpriced Monster cables.
Coney
Highly recommended for those who need an additional HDMI input without spending a fortune.
Dellamorte
All they will do is allow me to return the part for credit.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M. Dalrymple on April 21, 2007
I Purchased an HDTV that I was told had two HDMI ports on it. Only to find when I got it home; that it had only one.

I needed one HDMI port for an upscaling DVD player, and an other for my Dish Network Vip622 HD receiver, So I was going to have to purchase a switch.

I purchased this switch based simply on price, since spending so much on everything else in one week (TV, DVD Player, HD Satellite upgrade). It being a manual "push button" switch wasn't and isn't a concern for me. If I'm using this switch to watch a DVD; I'm going to over to the cabinet to place the DVD in the player's tray anyway.

The switch works great with no visible or audible signal lose. Although the pictures of it make the thing look big and bulky, it's not. The switch box is roughly the size of two 100's cigarette packs placed side to side. With it being this small, it doesn't stick out like a sore thumb.

1. Great price.

2. Works Great; simply switches between two HDMI inputs (Audio & Video).

3. Small and compact.

4. If you have to go to the cabinet to place a disc in the tray anyway, you might as well save yourself some money, and buy a push button switch.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Coney on August 9, 2007
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With one HDMI input on the TV and 2 HDMI devices (Satellite tv and DVD player) this switch box solved the problem . Unit works great and the HDMI cabel I got in the same shipment was less then $1. No need to buy the overpriced Monster cables. Also-- delivery by the 3rd party vendor was excellent
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Guy on November 25, 2008
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I had the Monoprice HDMI switcher for over a month. It switched between a HD satellite Directv receiver and HDMI DVD player. The HDMI switcher was placed on top of the satellite receiver. All worked fine, aside from the normal brief pause when switching between HD devices. The Monoprice requires pressing a button when making the switch. This is where the static hazard occurs. A slight, at first seemingly insignificant, static spark occurred while touching a switcher button to switch between HD equipment. The satellite receiver and TV were "on". The TV screen went blank. To trouble-shoot the problem, the "component" connections between the TV and Directv receiver showed the Directv box still worked. Also, the TV display worked when directly connecting the DVD HDMI to the TV HDMI socket. Using a different HDMI cable did not solve the problem between the satellite HDMI and TV HDMI connections. I believe the HDMI socket on the satellite receiver got fried from that small static exchange. Fortunately, my satellite service is covered with equipment insurance. Since the Monoprice switcher is not directly grounded, I suspect the small errant electrical charge needed to travel somewhere. Unfortunately, it may cost someone a new piece of equipment.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Nicolosi on November 28, 2007
This product works better than I expected!I had the same issue as most people, One HDMI input on the back of the TV (Toshiba 57" Projection) and two devices to plug in (Cable Box and DVD player).You will need three HDMI cables to make the connections.I ordered two cables (3ft. each),also from Amazon, at an unbeatable price,(around $2.00 each), and I already had one that was 6ft. I plugged everything into the device and everything worked great. There was no signal loss whatsoever!! I think the picture actually looks better than it did before!! Shipping was great too. I ordered it regular ground, and received it in FOUR day's! Excellent product, You will not be dissapointed!!!!!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By mjr on June 17, 2007
Recently got this switcher and it works great. There is no loss of video or audio quality at all.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Baja Diver 770 on August 23, 2007
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This product does what it says it does for a cheap price. If the plastic push buttons last and don't become a problem then this was a 5 star deal.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Karman on December 12, 2010
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This switch is affordable and reliable. I used it as 1X2 HDMI switch by basically reversing the polarity of the two diodes inside. It works very well; no quality loss and it doesn't consume electricity at all. I'm very happy with the product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Canon man on May 27, 2008
This product is simple, cheap, and it works perfectly with 1080P content. I was sick of rotating my 100lb plasma TV to switch HDMI outputs plus the possibility of wear and tear on the non-replaceable inputs on the TV had me worried that I may be over using them. I only have 2 HDMI outputs on my TV but I also wanted to add my PC to one of the inputs.

After reading one of the reviews I was a little concerned that it may not be compatible with my equipment but it works great. Here's the equipment I have tested it on.

TV:
Panasonic 50 inch PZ700U 1080P Plasma

Components:
-PS3 Set to output 1080P
-Scientific America 8300HD DVR from Cox Cable 1080i
-Gateway PC with DVI out. I have a cable that converts the DVI out to an HDMI out so I can plug it into the switch.

The Scientific America box is the only one that displays a maximum of 1080i content. The other two are set to 1080P and I haven't seen any issues with these three devices. The two I have connected to it now are the Cable box and the PC with the PS3 using the 2nd input from the TV. It only takes about 3 seconds to switch from one input to the other after clicking the button on the front. You can spend a little extra and get one with a remote but for me it wasn't worth it. I didn't want yet another remote control sitting on my counter so I don't mind getting off my butt to push the button every once in a while when I want to switch to the PC.

The first thing I did when I got the switch was compare the picture quality of the devices when connected directly to the TV and then again through the switch. There was absolutely no difference or loss in detail. I never see flicker or any other sign that there may be a loss of quality.
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