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2 Port HDMI Bi-directional Switcher 2 x 1 Support 4K Ultra HD & 3D for $7.99

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2 Port HDMI Bi-directional Switcher 2 x 1 Support 4K Ultra HD & 3D for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Roku 3, HDTV, Projector for $7.99 with Code: 20BEHM68 [amazon.com]

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Features:
  • BI-DIRECTION HDMI 2.0 SWITCH: Connect 2 HDMI sources to 1 HDMI display as HDMI Switch and conversely connect 1 HDMI source to toggle between 2 displays as HDMI Splitter. Compatible with HDMI Specification 2.0 (or previous HDMI 1.0, 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4)
  • EASY TO USE: Powered by Connected Devices, Play and plug without external power required. The HDMI Switch has button on top of it allows you to choose one of two modes and which hdmi source your want to output or which monitor you want to watch
  • HIGH DEFINITION SUPPORT: The HDMI ab Switch supports UltraHD 4Kx2K (4K@60HZ/30HZ) 1080P/ 1080i, 480p/ 480i, 720p/ 720i and 3D, HDCP pass through. Audio formats support PCM2, 5.1, 7.1CH, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS5.1, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master Audio. Note: It will Not support PS4 Pro.
  • NO SIGNAL LOSS: 4K HDMI Splitter achieve the synchronization of audio and video signal, there are no signal loss or data transmission problems. HDMI input and output cables can reach up to 5 meters, enjoy your favorite 3D media. (HDMI Cable required but DO NOT INCLUDE)
  • WIDE APPLICABILITY: Compatible with any HDMI devices such as Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, Beamer, DVB Receivers, Blu-ray Player, Apple TV 4, Laptop, to your HDTV/HD Monitor etc.
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thanks
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Our community has rated this post as helpful. If you agree, why not rep Arkus?
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If you already need a switch for two devices, you're better off getting one with another port or two on it.
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If you already need a switch for two devices, you're better off getting one with another port or two on it.
It's usually to split one source to two locations. In my case, my PS4 is routed to my monitor and HDTV. Peace
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It's usually to split one source to two locations. In my case, my PS4 is routed to my monitor and HDTV. Peace
I picked one of these up some time ago when they were posted with another discount, but let me ask you: neither of those two outputs happened to be 4k while the other is just HD, are they?
I was considering splitting my Xbox between my 4k monitor and my 1080p TV, but I've seen some weird complaints posted on Amazon about mixing resolutions.
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I picked one of these up some time ago when they were posted with another discount, but let me ask you: neither of those two outputs happened to be 4k while the other is just HD, are they?
I was considering splitting my Xbox between my 4k monitor and my 1080p TV, but I've seen some weird complaints posted on Amazon about mixing resolutions.
I split between two different resolution sources and have no issues.
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I split between two different resolution sources and have no issues.
The source isn't going to output in two resolutions from one HDMI connection, more than likely one of the displays will down sample the signal to something it natively supports.
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The source isn't going to output in two resolutions from one HDMI connection, more than likely one of the displays will down sample the signal to something it natively supports.
Correct. I should've said I have 1 source that I split to 2 different displays that each support a different resolution (1 supports 4k and 1 only does up to 1080p)
I do this with both the xbox one x and ps4 pro and when I'm on my 4k TV I get the full 4k with HDR, then when switching to my 1080p projector I get a 1080 resolution.
One thing I'll note though is that if you go from the 1080 to the 4k without powering down your source first, you may have to manually change your 4k display to actually output in 4k. I noticed that when I would switch while playing I would only get a 1080 resolution on 4k TV unless I manually changed it.
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