|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||PET0301SSP|
|Batteries||1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)|
|Specification Met||HDMI 1.3B|
|Special Features||HD Compatible|
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Portta PET0301SSP 3-Port HDMI Switch Switcher Video/Audio Switch Hub Box for HDTV 1080P
|Price:||$6.50 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Able to connect up to 3 HDMI devices to just 1 HDMI port on your HDTV/monitor. Automatically switch to the device that is powered on first.
- Maintains high resolution video - beautiful, sharp HDTV resolutions up to 1080p graphics and computer resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 are easily achieveable
- Support 1080p FullHD and 12-bit deep colour, retaining the crispy clear images. High performance up to 2.5Gbps. No downsizing nor conversion, no compromise in quality.
- Mini size so it doesn't occupy much space or look messy. Avoid frequent plugging and unplugging of HDMI cables.
- Power Requirement: No power needed. Brand New with 1 Year Warranty.
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For the price, it's well worth it. If you order this box, don't forget to get another cable to connect from the output port to the in port on your tv.
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Don't like the absurdly bright blue light? Try a Sharpie.
P.S. - I mentioned in the video that I've used the 2x1 box for over a year. I have been, even though the PS4 hasn't been out for a whole year yet. I was using the box between the PS3 and Wii U before the PS4.
Update (next day) - The 3x1 Switcher out of nowhere is now malfunctioning. While watching some Youtube on HDMI input 1 which routes from my computer, I turned on my Xbone which routes to HDMI input 3 on the box so I could hop into some games after the video finished. When I turned off my computer and pressed the button to switch to input 3 on the switcher box, it was showing no signal. I tried cycling through the inputs a few times and it gave the same no signal result. I tried unplugging all of the HDMI cables (brand new) and plugging them back in--same result. I thought my Xbone was acting up. To be sure, I bibassed the switch box by plugging the Xbone straight into my TV... no issues--the Xbone was working perfectly fine. To be sure it was the switch box that was malfunctioning, I tried all 4 HDMI cables that were plugged into the box and they all worked perfectly fine. Input 3 on the 3x1 switch box mysterious died. I've used the product for a whole of one day and it's already no longer working as it should. :-\
The first version I bought of the Porttas, the 2x1/1x2 box, is still working perfectly for my PS3 and PS4 though.
Update 2 (2015/AUG/08) - I received a replacement 3x1 switcher and plugged it in place.Read more ›
Amazing product. I hope to always have one for all my TV's.
So after a good 4 months of usage, the intermittent black-out and shutoffs has been more common and happens 2-3 time every time we watch TV for 3+ hours. Changing my rating from a 3-star review to a 2-star review. 2-star instead of 1-star because it works when it does. There is a reason why some hi-quality HDMI 3-in-1 switch sell for as high as $300. Go figure :)
Also I need to note that this is a passive powered switch, meaning it relies on your source in-put signal for power. If your source in-put signal does not have HDMI power, then this thing will not work with it. The PlayStation 4 is a good example of such HDMI input.
First and foremost, this device doesn't include its own output pigtail HDMI connector, so you'll need to order a shorty HDMI cable - kinda obvious from the picture. I've generally had success with this switch, but sometimes the automatic switcher doesn't activate, so I have to inconveniently walk up to the entertainment center and manually set the device. Also, it sometimes flicker black specs of random black dots on the screen. Only happens when the device is set to the Blu-Ray player or cable box. Finally, it occasionally flickers on and off, sometime 2-5 seconds at a time, prompting my television set to indicate that the HDMI device "has been turned off"; happens with all connected HDMI devices from the Blu-Ray to cable box to Wii U. I've been using it for a month and have had 90% seamless performance with it. The remainder 10% proves to be a bit more of an annoyance than an inconvenience. If you're short on cash and looking for a cost efficient method to expand your HDMI device connectivity, this gadget will do. However, if you can fork out a little more, I'd recommend looking for something of higher quality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Sadly, the sound does not work with this unit, at least mine. Makes it uselessPublished 1 month ago by Tom
This little guy works fantastic. If you turn on a new device it automatically switches to it. Probably the only thing I would suggest is some Velcro to keep it in place as the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jack k lafary jr
*when it works, it works great
*doesn't always work (to fix, disconnect from power for a couple of minutes and connect once again)
Works for some products but not all. It does switch automatically but for my Xbox one it doesn't, it will if you unplug the jdmo cable and plug it back in but doesn't switch... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Brandon Harden
works good but the auto switching only works if the current device is powered down and the new device is powered up. I would have liked it to switch when the video signal stopsPublished 3 months ago by James F. Dooris
Works flawlessly to switch my desktop monitor between a workplace and personal laptop while working from home. Read morePublished 4 months ago by TAH_Asheville