1080p resolution is the best in high-resolution today. 1080 stands for 1080 verticle lines, the 'p' stands for progressive-scan (non-interlaced refresh). This is considered by most high definition enthusiasts to be the true high definition.
Using the 4x2 HDMI Switch is Simple
Simply connect your high-definition sources (up to four) with the included HDMI cables. Once you've connected your displays, you are ready to switch between the four switches using the remote control.
HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) is a standard that is integrated into video signals to prevent piracy. If a switching device is not HDCP compliant, the resolution is reduced to 480p or the picture is simply reduced to 'snow.' This switch is HDCP compliant.
For even more convenient remote switching, relocate the IR receiver with the Gefen RMT IR Extender.
Switch your sources from far, far away with the Gefen RMT 4.
Mfg. Part Number
- The 4x2 HDMI Switcher
- RMT-4IR Remote control
- Four 6-foot HDMI cables
- 5VDC Power Supply
- User's Manual
- Switch easily between any four HDMI sources
- Outputs are mirrored to two HDMI Displays
- Maintains 480p, 720p, 1080i, and 1080p resolutions
- Additional digital coax audio output extracted from HDMI input for easy connection to multichannel audio receivers
- Maintains high resolution video - beautiful HDTV resolutions up to 1080p are easily achieved
- Discrete IR remote (included); RS232 controllable
- Fully HDMI 1.2 compliant
- HDCP compliant
- Easy to install and simple to operate
- Video Amplifier Bandwidth: 1.65 Gbps
- Input Video Signal: 1.2 volts p-p
- Input DDC Signal: 5 volts p-p (TTL)
- Single Link Range: 1080p/1920 x 1200
- HDMI Connector: Type A 19pin female
- Digital Audio Output: S/PDIF
- Remote Control Port: female RS232, mini-stereo
- Power Supply: 5V DC
- Power Consumption: 20 watts (max)
- Dimensions: 11.125"W x 1.375"H x 4.125" D
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can i watch 2 different things with sound at the same time
No. You select only 1 input at a time, and you can then mirror the same image to two displays, with sound.
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