Crossbolt, 2x1 HDMI Switch and Multi-viewer with PIP
The CrossBolt is a 2x1 HDMI Multiviewer that lets you view two different sources at the same time. Multiple viewing modes allow you to change the way sources are displayed. Different modes include position, size, and resolution.
Standard, PIP, split-screen (4:3) or (16:9)
Toggle between different PIP Sizes.
Move the PIP image to either corner.
Mfg. Part Number
- Video Bandwidth 225MHz[6.75Gbps]
- Audio output PCM2, 5.1, 7.1CH, Dolby 5.1, DTS5.`
- Input Resolution up to 1920x1080@60Hz
- Output Resolution 1080p
- Power Supply 5v/1A DC
- Dimensions 70x140x25mm
- Weight 300g
- Operating Temperature 32 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit
- Storage Temperature -4 to 140 degreees Fahrenheit
- Max Power Consumption 10W
- HDMI 1.3a HDCP 1.2 compliant
- Support multiplexed HDMI 2-input and 1-output and 4 display modes
- Supports up to 1080p High Definition Resolution
- Support scaler up, scaler down function
- Support multi output resolution
- Support digital audio format LPCM/AC3/DTS
- HDM 2x1 Multi-Viewer
- 5V1A DC Power adapter
- Quick Start Guide
- Mounting Ears
Pros: Flawless performer. Excellent multiple resolutions. Love the flexibility.Cons: No remote control.Other: Any plans to offer a remote, if it's even possible?
Pros: Works as specified. Size and position of pip window can be moved.Cons: I only need modes 1 and 2. With just the push button to change modes I have to step through 3 and 4 to get from 2 back to 1. In changing from mode 1 to 2 the screen banks out and then re-appears with the pip window after a couple seconds. Getting from 2 back top 1 is really slow because of having to step through 2 modes I don't use.Other: I have a 3 port switcher with PIP but the PIP windows are very small and can't be moved. However, when I hit the PIP button the main window remains displayed and the PIP window pops up. Very seamless. I was hoping the Crossbolt would do the same when moving from mode 1 (full screen) to mode 2 (PIP). I am considering setting the Crossbolt unit to generate a feed with the PIP set they way I want it and feeding it into another HDMI switch along with the full screen window. Then I could switch between the two modes but would still get the switch delay. When I can buy a reasonably priced seamless switcher it would work very nicely.