Ibis - 2x1 or 1x2 HDMI Bi-Directional Switch with HDCP Passthrough

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8876-3 Specs

Have a setup where you need to connect two high-definition HDMI sources like a Blu-Ray player or PS3 to a single HDMI display like your big screen LCD? Or, do you want to switch your single high definition video source easily between two displays? This HDMI bi-directional switch will work for you.

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The switch supports full HDCP passthrough, so you don't need to worry about data encryption. Plus, a simple LED system lets you know which source or display you'd like to switch to. A simple push-button design lets you easily move from one to the other and back. Plus, it's about the most affordable 1x2 switch on the market, even without it's bi-directional capabilities.


Mfg. Part Number

  • SW-8876


  • Sewell


  • No external power required
  • LEDs indicate port usage
  • Simple switching features
  • Plug and Play
  • Supports full 1080P resolutions
  • HDCP passthrough


  • Weight: 4.3 oz
  • Dimensions: 50x48x22 mm (LxWxH)
  • Color: Black
  • Housing: Metal


  • 3 HDMI Female Ports

Package Contents

  • 1x2 Bi-Directional HDMI Switch


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If I connect one hdmi source will it output to both ports?


No, this is a switch, so it will only send the signal to (or from) one source at a time. If you want to send one HDMI source to two displays, you will want an HDMI splitter.

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I know the signal only goes to one monitor at a time but does the signal Strength get cut down as it passes through? Or does it go full strength to whichever port is chosen. If not, how much does it need to be amplified? Thanks, Frank


since this switch goes from one source to one display at a time, signal strength should not be affected very much at all, and unless you are planning on having the signal travel further than HDMI specifications allow you shouldn't have a problem.

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I want to connect my PS3 and Xbox 360 (both are HDMI) to a single HDMI port on my TV. Will this work for my problem? Thanks!


Yes, this should work well for you. You can connect both of your consoles and then simply use the button to switch between the two.

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