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Fosmon 3-Port HDMI Switcher, Intelligent 3x1 Auto Switch Selector Support Full HD 3D 1080p HDCP, 3 In 1 Out HDMI Splitter with 24K Gold Plated HDMI Cable for HDTV DVD PS3 PS4 Xbox One Bluray Apple TV
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- Intelligent Function: Smart, automatic operation - has the key-press-switching function
- Works well with Nintendo Switch, Blu-Ray, Cable Box, PS3, Xbox One S, Xbox 360, etc; Support 3D.Compatible Devices:Video Game Consoles
- Comes with one fixed 1'3/4 ft. HDMI cable (pigtail) - Plug and Play
- HDTV resolutions up to 1080p, computer resolutions up to 1920x1200.HD Audio and HDCP Compliant. Please refer the User Manual and the User Guide before use; Please use High-Speed HDMI cables that are less then 50ft/15m. 28AWG recommended
- Devices that require HDCP 2.2 or higher may be incompatible
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24k gold-plated connector
50cm cable resists corrosion and reduces tarnish
Supports 2.5Gbps/250MHz per channel, maximum bandwidth per display is 7.5Gbps
|Fosmon HD1833 2-Port HDMI Switch||Fosmon HD8061 3-Port HDMI Switch [Supports 4K, Full HD1080p, 3D]||Fosmon HD8138 3-Port HDMI Switch With Micro USB Power Port||Fosmon HD8024 2-Port HDMI Bi-Directional Switch [Support 4K]||Fosmon HD1832 5-Port HDMI Switch||Fosmon HD8192 5-Port HDMI Switch [Supports 4K, Full HD1080p, 3D]|
|HDMI Port||2 X 1||3 X 1||3 X 1||2 X 1 OR 1 X 2||5 X 1||5 X 1|
|Automating switching(smart function)||✓||✓||✓||-||✓||-|
|Support HDCP Pass-Through||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Support 12 Bit per Channel (36Bit all channel)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Support Resolution||Full HD 1080p||Ultra HD 4K, Full HD 1080p||Ultra HD 4K, Full HD 1080p||Ultra HD 4K, Full HD 1080p||Full HD 1080p||Ultra HD 4K, Full HD 1080p|
|Additional Feature||-||-||Wall Mount, Micro-USB Power Port||Bi-Directional Switch||-||-|
|Power Adapter||5ft USB Power Cable||-||-||-||✓||-|
|IR Remote Control||-||-||-||-||✓||✓|
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Ran out of HDMI ports on your HDTV/monitor/projector? Want to reduce the mess of cables connected to it? Fosmon's 3x1 HDMI Intelligent Switch with Pigtail Support will take care of these problems. It has 3 HDMI input sources to provide plug-and-forget auto sensing capabilities that automatically switch inputs when a signal is detected. A button to manually switch between the 3 sources is also built-in.
Powered from Connected Devices
No power adapter is necessary to make this switch work, as long as the connected devices supply sufficient power. HDMI cables have the capability to deliver power from connected sources.
HDMI Supported Features
Up to 1080p, HDCP 1.0/1.1, 12-bit Deep Color, 3D, and uncompressed/compressed audio formats are some of the newer HDMI features supported on this switch.
The 24K gold-plated connector on the 20in / 50cm cable resists corrosion and reduces tarnish.
Features and Specifications
•3 HDMI inputs / 1 HDMI output
•Supports 12-bit Deep color per channel; maximum of 36-bits across all channels
•Supports 3D devices
•Maximum Single Link Video Range: 1920x1080p
•Supports HDCP pass-through
•Supports 2.5Gbps/250MHz per channel, maximum bandwidth per display is 7.5Gbps
•Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM
•Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS-HS and Dolby TrueHD
•24k gold-plated connector
Plug-and-forget auto sensing only works correctly for devices that do not output continuous voltage over the HDMI port when turned off. Powering on a device gives it output priority over the other two devices. Output priority is given to the next device on the switch if the current output device is turned off. Make sure the connected devices supply enough power to the switch.
Devices that require HDCP 2.2 or higher may be incompatible (e.g. Roku 4).
Please use High-Speed HDMI cables that are ≤50ft/15m. 28AWG recommended.
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I also wanted something that would not be hard to hide. With the help of a couple velcro Command Strips, the entire pigtail along with the cord have been mounted to the back of the monitor and out of plain sight.
1) If something starts sending power to me, switch to it.
2) If something stops sending power to me, switch back to the last thing that sent me power.
This works really great, because it means that devices that are only on some of the time (your xbox, or a computer that you plug in sometimes), automatically start displaying the moment you turn them on or plug them in, then automatically stop displaying (and go back to whatever was showing before) the moment you turn them off or unplug them.
This system is based on power, not on signal. When your computer turns its screen off, it may be like mine and still be sending power over HDMI, even though there's no signal. In that case, this switcher will NOT switch away from it, and the TV will eventually turn off due to lack of signal, even though there's signal on another port of the switch.
That said, the button on this switch is way smarter than most TV's: it'll only switch between inputs that are sending power. This is really handy if you regularly (like I do) have 2 things plugged into it that are always sending power, you never have to worry about skipping past the unused input. This means you can actually mount the thing behind the TV, where you can't see the lights, and hit the button by feel, and know that you only ever need to hit it once.
The cable coming out of this is SHORT. Like, can barely reach from one side of my TV to the other short. This is ok for my usage, but be aware that you will need an extender if this is going to be somewhere closer to the viewer.
The LED is blue instead of green, and a little too bright, enough to actually leave a flashlight spot on the wall a foot away from it. If you really want your theatre setup to be pitch dark, you'll want to either point it somewhere you can't see, or electrical tape over it.
The ports are spaced wide enough that almost any HDMI cable will fit into them, and a 1st generation chromecast can fit (barely) into one of the side ones without blocking the middle one.
It's silent, doesn't get hot, doesn't distort the signal at all, and the actual switching is near instant from what I can tell.
The only drawback is that the cord isn't very long, so plugged into the wall-mounted tv it hangs down and it, along with the 3 cables plugged into it, are all visible and there's no way to hide it.
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I bought this to turn allow me to use a Fire Stick and Sky even though we had only one HDMI port. Prime keep pausing and the audio keeps dropping on Prime via the adapter but works fine when the Fire Stick is plugged directly into the TV. Don’t buy it.
I did notice it had some issues auto-detecting an older DVD player and a media player box - not a major problem but worth mentioning that it's not a magic fix for everything. I also noticed a couple of momentary drop-outs when I ran my Freesat box through it, but I suspect that was related to the problem with the TV and not the switcher box. However, the way I have things set up just now is working satisfactorily for me so I'm happy with it.
**EDIT** Having tried watching a DVD last night, the momentary drop-outs were more frequent where it lost signal completely for a few seconds. This is more irritating than the problem that I bought it to resolve, so I've decided to send it back and look for an alternative.
When I came across this 3 port splitter it looked ideal and wasn't too expensive to try out either. I liked that I could have three things plugged into it as it would stop me from having to keep swapping the wires and it looked like a much easier way of doing this.
The splitter itself is just as it is described, at one end there is a hdmi cable to put in the TV and at the other three ports for a hdmi cable to fit in. At first I used it to connect a Blu-Ray player and Chromecast and whilst it worked alright, the signal did tend to drop out every now and then which was disappointing. Now I use it on a different TV to connect Freesat and a Now TV box and it doesn't really drop out at all and is much more of what I expected.
Switching between the ports is easy by pressing the button until the light is lit up next to the wire you would like to be used but it is also inconvenient having to get up to manually swap it all the time. It is quicker than manually changing the wires though so I suppose I shouldn't complain about that!
Overall it is an okay product and good for the price, I guess it's effectiveness depends on what you wish to use it for!
I needed to plug in my Humax free view box, DVD player, Amazon Fire TV and also my daughter's Nintendo Wii. I didn't really want my daughter scratting around behind the TV, as it can be easily knocked over, so I went searching for a solution and found this.
It is easy to set up....literally plug in the HDMI plugs you need (in my case the DVD and wii). Plug the single socket into the HDMI plug on the TV (it went into my Samsung tv HDMI 3).
To watch a dvd, all I have to do is enter the 'source menu' on my TV.
Select HDMI 3 and then on the 3 port socket there is a single button and 3 little red lights. As you press the button, it scrolls through the 3 extension sockets until you get to the one you want to view.
- Apple TV: Frequent HDCP errors displayed on screen when playing on-demand TV (e.g. All4) through Apple TV.
- Chromecast: Sound kept dropping out for 1-2 seconds about every 30 seconds.
Also, the auto-switching never once worked.
Sky HD box worked fine though. So if you’re using say Sky and a DVD player for example, you might be OK but with many alternatives available I wouldn’t recommend.
it switches to and from what you have plugged in as you turn them on and off which is great.
I have a fire stick and ps4 plugged in and works a charm. however, when I plugged Sky Q box and PS4 it didn't seem to work as well not really sure why but if I was to guess maybe something to do with power as the switch doesn't need any power cables to it.
Easy to recommend, but then this isn't a complex piece of kit so it's more appearance than functionality that'll guide choices I think...