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PORTTA PET0301S 3x1 Port HDMI Switch/Switcher 1080P Supports 3D with IR Wireless Remote Ultra High...
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- Connect 3 HD sources to just 1 HDMI port on your HDTV/monitor
- Avoid frequent plugging or unplugging of HDMI cables which also wears out your precious HDMI connector
- Support Full HD 1920x1080p and 12-bit deep colour, retaining the crispy clear images
- Support LPCM, DTS/DTS-HD, Dolby Digital/Dolby
- Support 3D
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Now this little baby on the other hand, comes with extremely poor written instructions (think google translation of a foreign language manual), so I connected it not even expecting it to work. But wonders! Not only does it switch flawlessly between the ps3 and the dish receiver (producing a perfect output), it even has a "priority" function which works perfectly.
Basically, the dish hdmi port always outputs a signal, even on standby, so I keep it on a lower priority input (port 2). I've connected the ps3 to port 1, so if I turn on the ps3 this switches automatically to the ps3. When the ps3 is powered off, it automatically switches back to the dish receiver.
It's great to find a product which actually performs as advertised. Kudos to the manufacturer and CE compass (the amazon seller I bought this product from). 100% worth the money.
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The best feature is the price! This unit is about 50% less than any other HDMI switch on the market.
- The automatic switching does not work for me - mainly because one of my devices is an Apple TV which tricks the HDMI Switch into thinking that it is always on.
- The automatic switching is not a problem since the HDMI Switch comes with an IR remote - while the remote is flimsy it can be easily programmed into a smart remote.
Final Verdict - I am very happy both in the products functionality and in the price.
My configuration is as follows: I have a DVD player, a cablebox/DVR, and the Roku player. If you've read the reviews you know that if multiple inputs are always "on", the switch cannot "guess" which one to switch to. In my configuration, the cable box and the Roku are always on.
What I have done is attached the devices in the order shown above - the DVD is "1", the cable box is "2" and the Roku is "3". So when I turn the DVD player on, the switch detects that and switches to DVD mode.
When I turn the DVD off, the switch automatically goes to the second device, which is always the cable box (even if I had been watching the Roku earlier).
The only ways to get to the Roku are to tap the button on the switch, or to use the remote. And that's fine, since I use the Roku much less frequently than the cable box or the DVD player. If it was other way around (use the Roku more than cable), I would just reverse the two devices, and plug the Roku into "2" and the cable into "3".
Speaking of the remote, I had no problem programming my universal remote to simulate the provided HDMI switch remote, so I have filed the provided remote away.
Finally, there is a feature that I don't believe I have seen mentioned in other reviews: the switch itself, and all its ungainly wires (3 input, one output) can be stowed discreetly BEHIND the DVD player or cable box or whatever. In effect it can be invisible.Read more ›
There are 3 switching method choices:
Manual: press button on unit to step through the inputs as indicated by the LEDs.
Remote: attach the external IR receiver and select the input via the remote control.
Automatic: the switch will automatically select the "live" HDMI input; if more than one HDMI input is "live" the input with the smaller number will be selected; if you have a device that is always live, put it on HDMI input #3.
* Most HDMI output devices only power the HDMI output or are "live" when the device is turned on. A few devices output power through their HDMI port if they appear to be turned off. These devices' HDMI output is always "live". If you have more than one input that is always "live" you must use Manual or Remote switching to select between the two always "live" devices.
* You can determine if a device outputs a "live" HDMI even when the device appears to be turned off by observing the switches response to your connecting the device. If you plug in a device that is turned off and the switch selects it and illuminates it's LED, then this device's HDMI output is always "live".
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It does the trick for expanding your HDMI ports. I do have a couple devices that do not send sound through this, so I did have to do some experimenting.Published 3 hours ago by Nash DeVita
This switch is designed to use an AC adapter but none is provided. There is an answered question / review for this product that says the manufacturer will send you the adapter for... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I can now watch my cable, Blu-ray, and Roku on my TV without having to change cables. Works flawlessly . Couldn't be happier. A++++Published 2 days ago by Christina & Jay A.
Comes with a remote control and a battery for it, but not a power supply for the main unit. The remote aspect is useless without the power supply. Read morePublished 2 days ago by GREG POYNTER