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
- Media: Electronics
- Item Quantity: 1
- 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.
- 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
- Cable Matters 4 Port 4x1 HDMI Switcher with Toslink and Digital Coaxial Audio Output
- User Manual
Limited One-Year Warranty and Lifetime Product Support
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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.
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.
I have multiple game consoles and a PC all connected to my monitor, and managing inputs and audio without wanting to buy an actual AV-Receiver is very annoying. With this box being the driver of my gaming corner, I have all consoles/PC running through the box, with my gaming headphones getting fed surround sound through the optical port and my speakers being driven by the 3.5mm port.
Whatever console input I'm on, I get sound through whichever system (speakers or headset) that I feel like using at the moment.
Picture quality and sound quality appear unaffected.
Switching inputs with the given remote is easy, but I have it close enough that I can just do it by hand.
Overall an amazing purchase.