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About the product
- HDMI 1x2
- 1 HDMI input to 2 HDMI outputs
- Supports Blu-Ray, PS3, Xbox, HD-DVD, HD-DVR
- Supports ALL HDMI resolutions up to 1080p
- Comes with Power Adapter
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Distributes HDMI input into four identical outputs while maintaining the best video quality.
Supports 480i; 480p; 720i; 720p; 1080i and 1080p resolution based on your needs.
One in and two output splitter
Fully supports 1080p HDTV
Supports DTS, Dobby 7.1 Channel audio
Gold plated connectors
Plug and Play connection
Long distance transmission of HDMI signal of 15 meters.
Maximum Single Link Range: 1920 x 1200 - 1080p.
Supports 8bit per channel (24bit all channel) deep color.
Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital, DTS HD & Dolby True HD.
3D supported.HDMI 1.4 compliant
Video formats supported VGA: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024
Video formats supported - DTV/HDTV: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
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Input Video Signal:0.5 -1.0 volts p-p
Input DDC Signal:5 volts p-p (TTL)
Bandwidth:Up to 225MHz
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This Sanoxy 1x2 HDMI splitter distributes the HDMI input into two identical, synchronized outputs. The splitter also has the ability of buffering and amplifying, and can achieve long distance transmission of HDMI signal of up to 15 meters. When two or more splitters are cascaded they can be used to create a larger distribution.
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2. Supports 3D (If your devices support 3D).
3. Supports HDCP, 8bit per channel (24bit all channel) deep color.
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Product Type: 1 In 2 Out HDMI Splitter
HDMI Version: 1.4
Interface Type: 1 HDMI in, 2 HDMI out
Input Video Signal: 0.5-1.0 volts p-p.
Input DDC Signal: 5 volts p-p (TTL)
Single Link Range: 1920 x 1200 1080p
HDMI Resolution: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
Bandwidth: Up to 340MHz (10.2 Gbps)
EIDI Duration: 4 seconds
Power Supply: DC 5V 1A
Package Includes :
1×2 HDMI splitter
HDMI Version: 1.4
Product: 2 port HDMI splitter
HDMI source input port: Own
Display device output port: Two
Source connector: 19pin HDMI
Display device connectors: 19pin HDMI
HDCP compliant: Yes
Device port LED: Three
Single link range: 1920 x 1200
Video band width: up to 340Mhz
Vertical frequency range: 60/85Hz
Power consumptions (Max): 5W
Operation temperature: 0C to 70C
Power adapter: 100-240V, 5V 1A
Top customer reviews
As others have mentioned, the order in which you plug the cables in is important. Contrary to the instructions that recommend you plug/unplug the HDMI cables when the device is OFF, you actually need to start with the device powered ON before plugging in the HDMI cables.
I used a Wii U and Amazon Instant Video streaming app for the Wii U to test. In addition, I also used a BlackMagic Design UltraStudio Mini Recorder (HDMI to Thunderbolt capture card). This capture card inherently does not use HDCP (which makes it great for testing this device). Lastly, I used my Macbook Pro and Quicktime to preview the video input source from the BlackMagic capture card via Thunderbolt.
First I tested Wii U -> HDMI -> BlackMagic capture card -> Thunderbolt -> Mac. Before opening Amazon Instant Video I could see the Wii U menu screen in Quicktime. After opening Amazon Instant Video the Quicktime preview went black. I also played the movie Interstellar and it was also just a black screen. This is exactly how HDCP is supposed to work.
Second I tested Wii U -> HDMI -> Sanoxy HDMI 1x2 Splitter -> (x2) HDMI -> TV and BlackMagic capture card. This time Amazon Instant Video was displayed on both the TV and in Quicktime.
For anyone needing to bypass HDCP, I'd highly recommend this device NOW as it is well noted that some splitters get a model update and no longer bypass HDCP.
After further testing, I'm having to reduce the stars from 5 to 4. Reason being is that this splitter does not play well with all input source devices. For example, when I tested my Wii U (HDMI) and Windows 10 Desktop (HDMI) the picture came in and went out to the displays perfect. However, when I tested my Macbook Pro (HDMI) and Wii (Component-to-HDMI) there was a pink / purple hue on the output screens. This hue is a fairly common HDMI issue with some devices and there does not seem to be a way to fix it.
I tested the Wii again but this time with a Wii-to-HDMI adapter ($10 here on amazon) and the pink / purple hue did NOT appear when passed through the splitter.
I am currently using this with my PS2 (via a composite/HDMI converter), a PS3, and PS4 (both HDMI), all to an HDMI switch, to this splitter, where one goes to the TV itself for offline purpose, and the other to the elgato HD60 Pro, for advanced streaming.
It does what was described. The plug was the American one, but a bit too short for my setup; was able to plug it in anyway, and everything works.
I've had no trouble with it switching between the 720p and 1080p displays. However even with the 720p display powered off my Panasonic Blu-ray player refuses to play 3D content. It senses the other display and reports that I have a non-3D setup. What I'm forced to do when we watch 3D is to unplug the non-3D TV input and reboot the Sanoxy splitter.
And as reported by others this thing runs hot! I may put an exhaust fan in my AV rack and blow cool air over it. Otherwise I fear for it's longevity.
But still, for $16.50 this device does just about everything well. We don't watch 3D movies very often so unplugging the non-3D TV isn't a big deal. The alternative was replacing my 3 year old Onkyo receiver, which I didn't want to do. If it dies prematurely I'll be sure to come back and update my review.
EDIT: One of my displays is connected via a 35ft HDMI cable, so no issues with cable length here.