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2 Port HDMI Splitter - Share Your Display to 2 TVs (NZ)

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2 Way HDMI Splitter With 4K Support.

Guaranteed reliability. This 2 port HDMI splitter is backed by a Techexpress NZ 2 Year Assurance Guarantee.

• Supports HDCP, 8bit per channel (24bit all channel) deep colour.
• Cascaded: Large distribution achieved by cascading more HDMI amplifier splitter.
• This compact HDMI splitter can reliably distribute a single HDMI source to two synchronized outputs.
• Support compressed and uncompressed digital audio formats including DTS-HD, Dolby True HD and LPCM 7.1.
• Ideal for setting up HD video entertainment or informative displays in offices, shopping centers, conference rooms, schools, and training facilities.

Color: Black.
HDCP Compliant.
HDMI Version: 1.4.
EIDI Duration: 4 Seconds.
Product Type: HDMI Splitter.
Ports: HDMI Standard (Female).
Input DDC Signal: 5V p-p (TTL).
Product size: approx. 60*55*17mm.
Operating Frequency: Up to 255 MHz.
Input Video Signal: 0.5V - 1.0V p-p.
Output Video: HDMI 1.3V + HDCP 1.0/1.1/1.2.
Power: 5V DC (110V~240V AC Power Adapter included).
Max Single Link Range: 1920x1080, 1080P, 3D 1080P / 24Hz.
DVI: 480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080P (50Hz, 60Hz), 3D 1080P / 24Hz.
Resolutions DTV/HDTV: 480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080P (50Hz, 60Hz), 3D 1080P / 24Hz.
Maximum Cable Length, Range or Extension: 28 AWG HDMI cable - 10m; 26AWG HDMI cable - 15m.

Package includes:

1x User guide.
1x 2 Way HDMI Splitter.
1x NZ Approved Power Supply.

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Packaging: Bulk.

Warranty & Returns:

14 Day 'change of mind' return in unused condition for a refund less shipping fees.
2 Year return to base refund or replace guarantee.

Installation Hints, Tips and Troubleshooting Guide:

  1. Not all HDMI devices are compatible with an HDMI splitter.
  2. For best results, ensure that all HDMI cables are as short as is practically possible for your environment. The suggested maximum HDMI cable range is 15 Meters.
  3. For best results, use the highest quality and standard HDMI cables available.
  4. Where possible, avoid the use of passive HDMI cable joiners.
  5. In some cases, the source device may send the display an exclusive signal containing information that the display will then transmit back to the source to identify itself. This information is known as Extended Display Identification Data or EDID (Learn more about EDID). Compatibility issues may occur where multiple, different, displays are used and the source expects a single display signal.
  6. Some pay television service providers employ digital copy protection to prevent copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections. This is called High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP). HDCP can cause problems for users who want to connect multiple screens to a device; for example, a motel with several televisions connected to one satellite receiver or when a user has a closed laptop and uses an external display as the only monitor. HDCP devices can create multiple keys, allowing each screen to operate, but the number varies from device to device; e.g., a Dish or Sky satellite receiver. The technology sometimes causes handshaking problems where devices cannot establish a connection, especially with older high-definition displays.
  7. Many pay television service providers use copy protection to prevent the copying or sharing of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections. Your pay television service provider may offer a service for sharing content on multiple televisions. If you're looking to share content from your pay television service on multiple TVs, you'll need to check with your provider to see if they offer a service for doing so. Some providers offer a multi-room streaming service that allows you to watch the same content on multiple TVs in your home. Others offer a mirroring service that allows you to mirror the content from your main TV to a second TV.

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