|Item Weight||0.48 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.5 x 2.5 x 0.75 inches|
|Item model number||N3SWT31|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
Portta 3 Port 3x1 HDMI Mini Switch/Switcher Splitter Selector Support 1080p /4K Full HD 3D with IR Remote control and Key-Press-Switching for Xbox PS4 Fire Stick Blu-Ray Player , 3 in 1 Out
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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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HDMI Amplifier Switcher 3x1 - 3x1 HDMI Switcher routes high definition video (in multiple resolutions up to 1080p) and digital audio from any one of the three sources to display unit. The output sends the high definition audio/video signals to a high definition display.
This kind of the HDMI Amplifier Switcher not only has the key-press-switching function, but also has the IR remote control and intelligent function.
Input: 3 HDMI ports.
Output: 1 HDMI port.
THIS SWITCH COULDN'T BE CONNECTED TO 2 OR MORE TVS/MONITORS. If you want to display over 2 monitors/tvs at same time, please purchases Asin B01MS3UR5O or Asin B01N0XC75O. You can search Asins to check the product's description on amazon or our 'PORTTA' store.
Just plug and play
Connect devices and the switcher will automatically switch to the currently active input source.
Quality Picture and Sound
Support all HDMI devices. Support 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, and 480i resolutions, you may experience the theatre level of quality!
One-key switch with button & remote control
Switch easily between devices by using infrared remote control while sitting in your sofa or lying in bed
* Multifunctional on switching : intelligent or mechanical
* Support HDMI1.3b, HDCP pass-through
* Support highest video resolution 1080p
* High performance up to 2.5Gbps
* Support 12bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep color
* Support uncompressed audio such as LPCM
* Support 3D
Portta Intelligent 3-Port HDMI Switcher
Package included :
- Main unit x 1
- Remote Control x 1
- IR extender receiver x 1
- User Manual x 1
|PORTTA 2 x 1 / 1 x 2 HDMI Switch 4K 60Hz||PORTTA 3-Port HDMI Switch 4K 60Hz||PORTTA Premium 3-Port HDMI Switch 4K 60Hz||PORTTA 5-Port HDMI Switch 4K 60Hz||PORTTA 4-Port HDMI Switch with audio output 4K 60Hz||PORTTA 3-Port HDMI Switch|
|INPUTS, OUTPUT||2 Inputs, 1 Output / 1 Input, 2 Output||3 Inputs, 1 Output||3 Inputs, 1 Output||5 Inputs, 1 Output||4 Inputs, 1 Output||3 Inputs, 1 Output|
|RESOLUTION||4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 1080p||4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 1080p||4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 1080p||4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 1080p||4K 60Hz, 4K 30Hz, 1080p||1080p|
|REMOTE CONTROL SWITCHING||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT||✓|
|POWER SUPPLY / USB POWER CABLE||USB Power Cable||Power Adapter||USB Power Cable||Power Adapter||None (For all hdmi standard device can support current to the switch.)|
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Works with Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, and Ge-force Graphics card(Desktop)
Does not work with PS4 Slim.
UPDATE! Second review
Several more aspects of the device stopped working after about 2 months rendering it burdensome. The first new issue, was that the device stopped automatically switch between inputs which is how I found out that the remote does not work any more as well. The remote was only used a few times before it stopped functioning. I mostly relied on the automatic input changes since purchase. I am pretty sure the remote issue has to do with the plug-in IR sensor attachment and not the remote itself. The only way to switch between ports now is to press the button on the main unit which sits awkwardly behind the TV.
I bought this item with the intent of not having to get up and switch out HDMI cables every time I wanted to change entertainment devices, and also to keep from having a mess of wires in an exposed but easy to access location.
In short, do yourself a favor and spend an extra dollar or two to get a device that will function on day one as well as 3 months down the road. This device did neither.
Now here is where the bonus feature (and confusion for some) comes into play. So many people read these reviews and wonder, "will it automatically switch or won't it?". The short answer is, it depends. By explaining the whys and how's, hopefully this can shed some light and help you make a better decision. If you don't have that issue and don't want to know, stop here as I do spend a lot of time explaining the priority system.
As stated, it will automatically switch between your devices as you turn them off and give priority to the device that is on DEPENDING ON THE DEVICE PLUGGED INTO IT. If your your device (such as a cable box or a Roku player) has constant power that runs to it even when you turn it off, this switcher will always think that it is on. (Yes, the switcher detects power from most cable boxes through the hdmi cable which is why it always thinks its on even when it is off- when you turn off the cable box, it still needs to power the reception to be tuned in and the clock, so even if the output portion of the box is off, the box itself is always "on"). The only way that it will automatically switch to another device that is plugged in is if you turn on another connected device that does not have constant power to it. It does NOT matter where it is plugged in (slots 1, 2, or 3)!! Priority will always be given to any device that has a DETECTED CHANGE in the power signal from nothing to something. The operative words that I will us is DETECTED CHANGE. Confused still? Let me give you an example. Hopefully it will sense....
Say you have this setup:
Input 1: Cable box (again, this is a device that always has power running through it, hence this switcher always thinks it is "on").
Input 2: A Roku player, (also a device that is always powered on).
Input 3: Xbox 360. This is a device that will not transfer power through the hdmi cable when it is off. The switcher will not think it is always "on".
In this example, the switcher thinks that it has a signal in both inputs 1 and 2 at all times. What will it give priority to and switch to? It will give priority to the lowest number that it thinks is on, in this case input 1, unless there was a power from off to on CHANGE DETECTED in the last action such as:
-if the hdmi cord is plugged into one input 2 (since the roku is always on, a CHANGE was DETECTED from no power to power when it's plugged in. So it will swith to input 2).
-If you manually selected the input by pushing the button on the switcher to input 2
-The XBOX in input 3 is turned on. Here, the switcher does not think it is always on. But as soon as you turn on the xbox, a power CHANGE is DETECTED from off to on, so it will automatically switch to the Xbox in input 3!
So in this example, it will not switch between the 2 devices automatically in inputs 1 and 2 as you turn them on our off because they are both examples of devices that always have power detected through the hdmi cable. Again, there needs to be a CHANGE detected, and because both devices are always "on" to the switcher, there is no CHANGE. Make sense?
So rule of thumb, priority goes to the lowest input device dumber that is powered on but is superseded by a higher input number (like input 2 or 3) if a power on CHANGE was detected. Again, it does not matter which input it is plugged in to! Priority always given to input where the CHANGE is detected from off to on! This is why if you unplugged an Hdmi cable from your cable box or Roku and plugged it in, it will switch to that device because it was the last CHANGE it detected.
So let's say you turn the xbox off in input 3. Then what will the switcher automatically switch to? It will go back to the lowest input number where power is detected. Since it thinks that both inputs 1 and 2 is on, it will default to input 1. So when you turn on the cable in input 1, you will automatically notice that it turns on. However if you turn on/wake up the Roku, nothing will be displayed. Since there is constant power detected in both inputs, no CHANGE was detected so it defaults to the lowest number (input 1 and the cable box).
So as you can see in the above example and that setup, if you follow the rule of thumb, the switcher will only automatically switch to the xbox when it is turned on, then back to the lowest input number cable box when the xbox 360 is turn off.
Let me throw in one final example and you can see the general rule of thumb goes into play: Lets say you manually turn on the Roku using the the button or remote. When you are done with it, it will be impossible to automatically switch back to input 1 (becuase again, no change is detected as both devices are always on). But if you fire up the xbox- change detected and it will automatically switch to xbox.
The above examples gives scenarios where there are two devices that the switcher always thinks is "on". In that scenario, the remote or manual button may have to be used.
Ideally, you will only have one device that the spliiter thinks is always "on". In that situation you should be ok. Since your other devices can trigger a CHANGE that the switcher detects, it should always switch accordingly. Then when those devices are turned off, it will just go to the lower number or in out where a change is detected.
Again to summarize-
Switcher will switch to lowest input number where power is detected unless a "power on" change detected in another input.
Switcher will not switch back and forth between two devices that are always detected on by switcher (even if you turn them "off").
I hope this clears up confusion and helps.
I cannot use that hdmi port on my tv at all now. I am afraid to use the switcher with my other hdmi port because I don't know whether the switcher caused the first hdmi port to fail or if that hdmi port failed on its own. My devices all work ok on the other hdmi port without going through the switcher. So now I am down to one hdmi port.
Top international reviews
Overall it works but could be improved. For the money it is good.
I used this to connect my Satellite Receiver, Fire TV Stick and Raspberry Pi.
It works just as expected and had no issues at all with it.
It's tiny and takes up no space but does everything I wanted it for. Very pleased with it.
The only flaw is the led. It is too bright.
The logistic was not the best. I receive the package 2 days later than stimate date.
No loss of picture, however the led is OMG how bright!, solved with tape over it.
No external power is required. Led remote extension also very good