Portta HDMI Mini Splitter 4 Port 1x4 v1.3 support Full HD 1080p Deep Color HD Audio Real HDMI
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- HDCP pass-through Support highest video resolution 1080p High performance up to 2.25Gbps
- Cascaded: Large distribution achieved by cascading the HDMI Amplifier Splitter. Support HDMI1.3b
- Support uncompressed audio such as LPCM Support compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital (including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD) Support 3D
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This splitter is beautiful in appearance. It distributes the input of the HDMI signal into four identical outputs simultaneously. It supports HDCP and the real HDMI 1.3b. Its video amplifier bandwidth can be up to 2.25 Gpbs/225MHz.This HDMI Splitter offers solutions for HDTV retail and show site, HDTV, STB, DVD and Projector factory, noise, space and security concerns, data center control, information distribution, conference room presentation, school and corporate training environments.
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I have previously tried a 4x2 True Matrix High Speed HDMI Powered Switch w/ Remote Controller (HDMI x.v. Color) but had problems with the TiVo showing errors on the non hdmi connected tv such as "hdmi output not supported / permitted" when none of the hdmi TVs were turned on. To resolve one would have to turn on/off the TVs in a certain order which became very annoying.
I have had this device for 3 weeks now with no such problems. A 30 foot hdmi runs from the TiVo to this splitter, then a 15 foot hdmi Runs to a Sony HT-CT150 3D Sound Bar System and then to an Apex LCD. A separate 10 meter hdmi runs from this box to a 32" vizio. Picture looks great on all 3 TVs with digital sound when available from source.
Component video and optical Audio are used to connect the tv in the same room as the TiVo.
I do believe that this product works exactly as it is supposed to and was reasonably price and speedily delivered. I therefore award it 5 starts and would recommend it to someone looking for such a device.
That said, it didn't work how I expected it to, and that is pretty much my fault for not researching and understanding the HDMI protocol better. It is mentioned in other reviews that if you have more then one display device attached, the audio will be adjusted to the lowest common denominator. So, if you have a 7.1 Dolby Digital surround sound and a puny 2 channel attached, unfortunately it will only output 2 channel audio to all your devices. Well, the same exact thing happens with the picture. The output device will change down to the lowest common denominator of your display devices. Therefore, if you have an awesome 1080p tv you spent thousands on and a puny little 720p, guess what, you'll be watching both at 720p. I found out that my WD Live box Western Digital WD TV Live Plus 1080p HD Media Player (love it, need to post a separate review detailing what I've learned about that gem) can play on a computer monitor (as HDMI and DVI are the essentially the same, except for without the audio) using one of these cool cables DVI to HDMI Cable 6ft Male-Male. That said, however, there is no common denominator between the computer monitor, a 1080p tv and a 720p tv. Either the tvs turn tripy colors or the computer monitor turns tripy colors. As I said above, I don't think that is a fault with this box, I think that is the HDMI standard and something you should be aware of when you determine how to solve your application.
When I come up with a solution I am happy with, I will update this post.
My setup: Onkyo receiver with Apple TV, web-connected DVD, Xbox, Wii and Media Center PC as inputs, and Samsung 40" as output. In my kitchen, which has no direct line-of-sight of the kitchen in the living room, I have a 22" Philips TV with antenna and security camera DVR as inputs. My goal was to be able to watch the movie my wife is watching in the living room while I'm in the kitchen getting snacks, or be able to watch what my son is playing on the Xbox while I'm waiting my turn and loading the dishwasher. Or the other way around. The bottom line: this splitter accomplishes that goal. But not without issues.
Issue 1 (entirely my fault and not to be blamed on the splitter): the audio in my living room comes from the receiver, not the TV speakers. After all, what is a 7.1 speaker amp for if you're gonna use the tinny TV speakers, right? Well, that's the snag. I'm using this splitter to send the signal to the two TVs, but guess what: the audio is not coming along because I'm using the receiver's speakers. No audio to TV 1 means also no audio to TV 2. Harumph. The amp has a powered zone 2 out, but then I can't use 7.1 (only 5.1). Granted, there aren't many 7.1 movies available, but when they are it's a beautiful thing. So I still need to figure out how to get simultaneous audio to the kitchen. Again, this is not the splitter's fault, so still 5 stars here because the image is great.
Issue 2 (this is why it gets 4 and not 5 stars): the splitter is always on, and the signal always goes from the receiver through the splitter to the TV in the living room. Every now and then I also want to see the picture in the kitchen. The idea is that we don't have to pause the movie or TV show when we want to grab a snack or drink. When I turn on the TV in the kitchen, the TV in the living room loses its signal for roughly 5 seconds. In that time John McLane can kill 50 bad guys. So we still end up pausing whatever we're watching, kinda defeating the purpose.
Bottom line: recommend for my setup, just be aware of the limitations (of the setup as well as of the splitter). In case you're wondering, I only give 5 star reviews if the product is 100% flawless. The 5-second 'stutter' makes it 98% flawless.