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Cable Matters 4 Port 4x1 HDMI Switch with Toslink and Digital Coaxial Audio Output


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  • Allows four HDMI devices to be connected and switched to an HDMI equipped display
  • Supports resolutions up to 1080p and 3D
  • Supports digital audio output simultaneously: Stereo, Toslink and Coaxial
  • Compatible with Blu-Ray, PS3, Xbox 360, satellite boxes and laptops
  • Comes with Cable Matters Limited One Year Warranty



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  • Media: Electronics
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 726 g
  • Item model number: 103011
  • ASIN: B00850T35U
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 5 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #164,507 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description


- This product separates the audio signal from the HDMI interface, then transmits it to the amplifier by Stereo Toslink or COAX (RCA).
- This Switcher has one input port on the front panel, which reduces the switcher to an ideal small size and provides convenience for users to connect portable devices.

Specifications
- Supports highest video resolution 1080p.
- UL, CE, FCC complaint
- Supports 225MHz/2.25Gbps per channel (6.75Gbps all channel) bandwidth.
- Supports 12bit per channel (36bit all channel) deep color.
- HDCP and 3D pass-through.
- Supports uncompressed audio such as LPCM.
- Supports compressed audio such as DTS Digital, Dolby Digital (including DTS-HD and Dolby True HD).
- Support 3D all format, including 1080p@24Hz

Package Contents
- Cable Matters 4 Port 4x1 HDMI Switcher with Toslink and Digital Coaxial Audio Output
- User Manual

Warranty
Limited One-Year Warranty and Lifetime Product Support

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I had to ship back; when navigating my Benq W1070 projector's menu the 4 port switch would change it's input. I discovered the two devices were using the same IR codes for up and down. Also I had problems getting the audio to work with my PS3. It would work then once everything was powered off, it wouldn't work on power on. Didn't spend too much time on the audio issue since it wouldn't work in my configuration.
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Amazon.com: 129 reviews
11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Does exactly what I need it to do. Aug. 6 2013
By Dustin Feltz - Published on Amazon.com
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My Xbox 360 Elite I purchased back in '08 finally kicked the bucket, so I went out and picked up the new model based on the Xbox One design scheme (Xbox 360 E). Turns out they removed the TOSLINK and now expect everyone to have TV's that allow 5.1 pass-through to the TV's on board optical out... which a majority do not. As a result, all my sound was converted down to two channel, making my surround sound headset worthless. As they have yet to make an adapter to address the issue, this HDMI switch was my only option outside of buying an actual audio receiver to solve the problem. Essentially route the Xbox HDMI output to this switch first, use the switch's TOSLINK for audio devices, then route another HDMI cable from the switch to the TV. Viola, 5.1 channel sound has been restored.

I will note that the LED's are excessively bright as others have mentioned, but they can always be taped off if they're overly annoying.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Good device for most applications. Feb. 8 2015
By A. Forzaglia - Published on Amazon.com
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Seems to work fine without power. Have a Roku 2, BluRay player and PS3 hooked up. Since Roku is always powered, the device resets to that channel automatically. When I power on another device, the switcher switches to that particular channel. The nice part is, once I turn off the bluRay or PS3, it switches back to Roku automatically. Had an issue initially where certain devices liked certain inputs for some reason, but after some trial and error, all seems to be working okay. The only downside is that I wanted to also connect my digital cable box to this device as well, but because it is always powered on like the Roku, I read that I could not have both connected due to competing signals. I didn't bother to try it, but I suspect the switcher would not like it. In the end, this is a good device for most of your components but not for all.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Adds Audio—Coaxial or optical— Ouptut, Great Value Aug. 21 2014
By M - Published on Amazon.com
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Pros: outputs audio in Coaxial or optical (SPDIF) in addition to traditional HDMI, works as advertised, inexpensive for feature set, remote, Metal enclosure: sturdy build
Cons: resets to HDMI1 (in front) if power lost, no HDMI-CEC support for auto-power on/off, wall wart power supply

I got this for the audio outputs for an older stereo, and couldn't be happier with it. My stereo only has coaxial in, and the Apple TV only has optical out, so I needed a switch. I had another HDMI switch going to an HDTV, but I couldn't listen to my music from iTunes through my AppleTV via Airplay unless the TV was on, & I switched the input. So, I got this so I could save power and not have to have my TV on to use my Apple TV.
I hooked the power up to my stereo to save energy for when the stereo wasn't on. The only downside is that whenever I power down my stereo, the switch resets to HDMI port 1, which is on the front, and never used. I could easily fix then, but then I would have to power it down separately which I forget to do. This is a very minor issue that is just because my use case. Note: if I turned it off via the remote or on the box without depowering it, it will remember the port upon power up. Too bad it doesn't supported HDMI-CEC so it would power down along with my other equipment. The standard wall wart is also a bit of a pain, but I just attached a 1 foot extension cord so it won't block an outlet.

I plan to replace my receiver soon with a modern HDMI in/out system, but this will then migrate to my other TV/Receiver setup.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Cable Matters 4 port HDMI switch Sept. 5 2014
By peters - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased the Cable Matters 4 port HDMI switch because my A/V preamp has no HDMI switching, but I can't bear to part with my Lexicon separates. This box allows me to switch among my HDMI sources (DirecTv Genie receiver, Apple TV, Sony Blu-Ray player) , output the video to a projector and filter the sound from the switch to the preamp with an optical cable. I programmed my Logitech Harmony remote to change the HDMI input setting of the switch depending on which source is being watched. The only problem I had was that the Logitech Harmony website does not recognize this brand of device (and it doesn't even have a model number). I looked around on the Amazon website and found the identical looking switch (branded a MonoPrice model 105557) which was supported by Logitech's website and worked perfectly for programming the switch into the remote. Note that the switch comes with its own remote also. My projector only supports 720p so I can't vouch for the switch's support of higher resolutions or 3D but I have no doubts that it will do so. Video output is as crisp and clear as plugging in the source directly to the projector. Switching has been flawless. As noted by one other reviewer, the lights on the front are too bright and I will end up covering them up with electrical tape. This switch has been a lifesaver as my girlfriend was getting really frustrated having to plug and unplug HDMI cables constantly, and it saved me having to replace the aging but sonically amazing Lexicon.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good switcher... May 1 2015
By Bruce P. Reinhard - Published on Amazon.com
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A good well made feature rich switcher. Simple to hook up, install and program my theater uni-remote. This model does not have 'auto-sense' which is an issue for me as when switching other devices the OLD switcher would intermittently switch away from what I was watching. This one not having that feature stays where I switch it to. Very good, I'm VERY happy!!! But as others mention, the LEDs are SOOOOOO bright. I used thin stick on black felt feet to mute them, works well!!!

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