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CNE86960 HDE HDMI Splitter Amplifier 1 In To 2 Out Dual Display
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- Splits HDMI input to two displays (identical display on each)
- AC adapter included (HDMI cables not included)
- Supports HDCP 1.0/1.1
- Video formats supported - VGA: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768, 1280x1024
- Video formats supported - DTV/HDTV: 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
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Use this amplified HDMI splitter to get identical output on two HDMI compatible displays. Simple three step instructions: 1 Plug the HDMI sources and display devices into the splitter. 2 Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the splitter. 3 Plug the other end of the power adapter into a wall outlet. Then turn on the power.
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I am editing my post after 7 months. the device is showing signs of problem now. The device is working and sometime not working with the same adapter. I have to keep changing the adapters for it to work, but still the problem persists. There is also no way to tell if the device is under warranty or not or how to get it repaired.
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I was foolish enough to order two of these... neither package had the adapter. Oddly enough it shipped in a bubble wrap bag that actually had the title which described it as having the adapter... not there and as it turns out, it did not work right for me.
Another major hurdle was the size, configuration and length of the IR remote cable. To illustrate the problem, let me break it down:
It's small, so it's extremely light and doesn't lay flat.
This thing is like an octopus with wires pointing in 4 directions. The front and back feature three ports each. For some reason the front has the output, plus ports 1 and 5; the back has ports 2, 3 & 4. What this means is that if you try to place it flat on a surface you end up with a birds nest of wires pointing all over the place, which when compounded with the size issue, it's a complete mess to place in plain site, such as on a desk or next to a TV.
3. IR Remote Cable
When you factor in the first two issues, you would think the solution is to just throw the whole mess of wires out of site... behind your TV / Monitor. The trouble is, the IR remote is too short to make that possible.
I think the best alternative for me is to find one similar to the one I already have which was made by Philips. It needs a power supply and has only 3 ports, but all 3 ports, plus the power and the output are on the same side, so they tuck nicely in the back.
Some do not auto-switch, and this alone is worth the asking price. I have mine set up without having to use the included remote. I simply have my Harmony universal remote switch each device off before switching on the one I want to use. The switch automatically finds the active port and moves to it. If you have a DVR or other device that is required to be "always-on", simply put it on port 5 - this way, if another port becomes active, it will prioritize a lower numbered one.
I should mention that the product page still claims to ship a mains adapter with this unit, which is supposed to enable the auto-switching functions. The mains adapter is not included anymore, but since auto-switching now works without it anyway, it is not required.
Something else to mention. The unit is about the size of a pack of playing cards. This is good since it is meant to be hidden away. Included is a remote receiver connected with a short cable which you can position in a place to receive commands from the included remote, keeping the main unit out of sight. Since you can use the switch without the remote, you can get by quite easily without hooking this up also.
Switching between two sources on this switch takes about a second, whether using auto-switch or the remote. While I'm sure there are some that are faster, I do not think this worth paying extra for. You may disagree.
There is a manual toggle switch on the top of the main unit. Since I use auto-switching and do not have remote connected, I have had to use this only once, and only when I unplugged my PS3 and then reconnected. For some reason the priority did not work. However, I have had this for 2 months without this happening a second time so did not see a reason to dock a star.
This product comes exactly as pictured wrapped in bubble wrap, inside of a box. The directions are lacking complete understanding but if you read some of the reviews, some people have figured it out.
My hookup is my xbox 360 is in the 1 spot, my cable box is in the 2 spot, and my 400 disc dvd changer is in the 3 spot. I have more devices to hook up but this is my usual top three. I originally plugged the cable in the 1 spot and xbox in the 2 and dvd changer in the 3 but quickly learned that the auto change did not work in that orientation. I saw that some people put the game system in the lower level spot so thats what I did and presto it works great.
The only time I have problems is when my xbox has the play and charge plugged in and I turn it off the play and charge keeps the xbox in a standby mode to charge the controller and the device will not auto change to the cable but that only happens when I forget to unplug the controller and all I have to do to remedy the situation is unplug the controller which is only plugged in for a day or so every once and awhile.
Product does come with a remote control and a AC power supply but that is not needed in my arrangement so they are sitting in a drawer but it is nice to have just in case.
Product works great with some small problems mentioned but for the price and the quality you can not beat it. I do however wish the HDMI out to the TV was on a separate end from the inputs because it kind of causes a mess of wire behind my TV with the input and outputs on the same side.
I would definitely recommend this product to people who want to solve the problem of too many devices not enough inputs and the fact that this also saves you from changing inputs on your TV with the remote manually which can get annoying.