3x1 Digital and Analog Audio/Video to HDMI® Converter Switch
    Product # 8145
    3x1 Digital and Analog Audio/Video to HDMI® Converter Switch
    Product # 8145
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    3x1 Digital and Analog Audio/Video to HDMI® Converter Switch

    Combine DVI/Component video conversion with HDMI® switching into one convenient device!

    This converter/switch allows up to three different video inputs: one Component Video (YPbPr), one DVI, and one HDMI. You can select which of the three video inputs is sent to the HDMI output using the Switch on the front of the unit or the included remote control. The Component and DVI inputs will be converted to HDMI before being sent to the HDMI output.

    The converter/switch also switches and converts audio along with the video, with three different audio inputs allowed: HDMI, analog stereo, and Digital Optical Audio (Toslink). The HDMI audio is tied to the HDMI video input, so whenever you select the HDMI video you will also get the HDMI audio.

    However, the other two audio inputs can be used with either of the non-HDMI video inputs. If you have the DVI or Component video input selected, the switch will automatically use whichever non-HDMI audio input is active (so only one of the two devices should be on at a time).

    In addition to sending the audio output on the HDMI channel, the converter also sends it simultaneously to an Digital Optical Audio (Toslink) output, so you can send the audio to both your AV receiver over Toslink and your TV over the HDMI cable.

    The converter/switch is HDCP compatible and supports video resolutions up to 1080p, as well as high resolution audio, such as DTS-HD Master Audio™, and Dolby TrueHD™. A proprietary Advanced Color Engine in the converter unit enhances the quality of the converted video with brilliant and fresh color, intensified contrast and details, vivid skin tones, sharp edges, and accurate and independent color control.



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    HDMI, the HDMI Logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

    DTS is a registered trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol, DTS-HD and DTS-HD Master Audio are trademarks of DTS, Inc.

    Dolby and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

    Specifications
    Maximum Video Resolution 1920x1080 (1080p)
    Video Output HDMI with HDCP support
    DVI Input DVI 1.1v
    Component (YPbPr) Input up to 1080p maximum
    Vertical Frequency Range 50/60Hz
    Video Amplifier Bandwidth 165 MHz / 1.65 Gbps per channel
    Supported Video Resolutions 480i, 480p, 576i, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
    Color Depth 8-bits per channel (24-bit total)
    Supported Analog Audio Input 2-channel stereo
    Supported Digital Audio Input LPCM, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD
    Supported Digital Audio Output LPCM, DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD
    Input Power Requirement 5V DC, 2A
    Power Consumption 5 Watts
    AC Adapter Input Requirement 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz, 0.5A Max
    Operating Temperature +32 ~ +158°F (0 ~ +70°C)
    Operating Humidity 10 ~ 85% RH (no condensation)
    Storage Temperature +14 ~ +176°F (-10 ~ +80°C)
    Storage Humidity 5% to 90% RH (no condensation)
    Dimensions 10.2" x 4.9" x 1.3"
    Weight 1.8 lbs. (832g)
    Regulatory Compliance FCC, CE, UL (Canadian and US), RoHS


    Package Contents:

    • 1x 3X1 HDMI converter/switch
    • 1x Remote control with installed battery
    • 1x AC adapter with 44" cord
    3.2 / 5.0
    13 Reviews
    5 Stars
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    Great solution for Wii HDMI
    I bought this to hook up a Wii to a receiver with HDMI inputs. Connected it up, and it worked flawlessly from the start.

    PROS: Cheap, works perfectly.

    CONS: None
    November 1, 2012
    Does what it needs to
    It's ok, it does what it needs to, but the thing could really stand a second component or HDMI in. I mean really, how often do people use DVI on a home theatre? Most of this is for video games and media players with HDMI or Component, I suspect, and this only allows in of one each.

    PROS: Does what it needs to. Solid, good construction.

    CONS: Only one of each kind of input. Most of us have more than one source of a type.
    October 25, 2013
    Mostly Great!
    Love it, excepting the above power cycle issue.

    PROS: Does exactly as it should in avoiding the obscenely greedy manipulation by HBO, et al, of the HDMI signal.

    CONS: Florida Power and Light (FPL) in my area turn off the electrical power to our neighborhood an average of twice a week. This unit has to be rebooted following each power outage.
    September 11, 2012
    Good solution for limited-input TVs.
    My current TV has only two HDMI inputs and only one Component input. I am using this item with a Toshiba HD player and an old Sony DVD player. I do not use the DVI. I also have not yet used the remote.

    The unit functions perfectly. Switching is quick. Colors and positioning seem accurate. A nice solution to bring my components together on my limited-input tv. Highly recommended.

    PROS: Switches have a nice solid feel. Video processing is accurate. Very compact size.

    CONS: The downside to it's compact size is that it is not rack-mountable. And the LED's are indeed very bright however, electrical tape or some "Dim-it" (available thru Amazon) easily fixes the problem.
    September 2, 2014
    Very dissapointing
    I was excited to have this for use on a TV with cable box, DVD player and PC HDMI output.
    Once connected i realized the picture quality on the TV was greatly deteriorated, even distorted. I disconnected after five minutes and apologized to the person i gave it to as a gift. Complete waste of time, money and gift wrap.

    PROS: easy to install, idiot-proof

    CONS: very poor video output quality
    October 15, 2012
    Signal Combiner
    I used this device to combine the DVI and digital audio outputs on a Motorola satellite receiver and send them over an HDMI cable to a second tv set in another room of the house. The device works as advertised and has been problem free to date.

    PROS: Works as advertised, combines DVI or composite video signal with digital or composite audio and outputs them as HDMI. Ideal for sending HDMI signals over long distances. The unit is well priced.

    CONS: My only negative comment is that the LED status lights on the unit are very bright. I've covered them with a tinted tape
    July 22, 2012
    1080P input looks horrible
    Apparently this thing likes 1080i input, but fails miserably with 1080p input. So I give it 5 stars for having served my needs well when I was only using 1080i.

    PROS: 1080i input via component looks fine on 1080 p monitor.

    This has been my only use for the past few years, hooking it up to a PS3.

    CONS: Just recently tried to use the hdmi input with a 1080P source. (Video card on windows 8 box). The output looked awful on the same 1080p monitor used in the pros above.

    Then tried dvi input with a the same 1080p source video card. Same exact thing.

    Tried 1080p hdmi and dvi input from another computer. Same issue. The output is wavy and flickers.

    Straight plugin of all these sources resulted in beautiful output.

    March 11, 2013
    Quirky little thing.
    Useful if you need to take an HDMI input and split off digital audio, for example if your computer doesn't have a Toslink port but you want to send digital audio to an amplifier. also useful for component video devices with optical outputs (XBOX 360 or PS2, for example). Would not call this a 3X1 switch though. Maybe a 2X1 switch.

    PROS: Switches between HDMI and DVI and component video inputs flawlessly.
    Splits a digital audio signal from an HDMI signal

    CONS: Does not start converting analog audio until powered off and back on, or if an active optical audio input is plugged in and unplugged.
    Does not handle 1080p well, even with 24AWG cables. In high bitrate scenes (lots of motion on the screen) the signal drops out. 1080i is fine, though.
    DVI input had a strange green tint, however, I was able to compensate for this through the display driver settings on the computer.
    October 22, 2011
    Response from Monoprice
    Hello,

    My apologies for the issues you had with the HDMI converter switch. I have forwarded this you onto our QC team for review and any necessary changes that need to be made to the product. If you don't mind me asking can you describe your setup for me, meaning the source devices you are using? If you are running deep color can you try turning it off on both sources and displays if supported and perhaps give this a try on your other review as well? Thank you for your cooperation and for being a valued customer of Monoprice.

    Sincerely

    Tjayi Malone
    Tech Support
    November 18, 2016
    Monoprice Administrator M
    HDMI converter does not do what iot is supposed to do.
    I will continue to look for a switching unit that will actually do what this unit claims it will do. In other words convert all component signals to HDMI.

    PROS: It does convert component to HDMI ONLY if the component signal is "progressive" or higher.

    CONS: If you have an older DVD or super VHS unit with standard component output, don't expect this unit to work. The unit also defaults to the HDMI to HDMI switch when power is shut off and turned on again when both the HDMI and component inputs are used. This causes confusion when outputing a signal from more than one source. Finally the instruction booklet is absolutely worthless as very little of the functions are covered. The remote is very weak. I have tested two units with the same result in every action mentioned above.
    April 12, 2013
    Want it to work.
    Should have run multiple hdmi cables in wall. Now trying to use one cable, with little luck so far. Previous post about bright LEDs is correct. Easily corrected with electrical tape, but problem foreshadows issues of possible poor qc and design. Ps2 w/ component out works beatifully direct to tv, but when run through the switch, brightness fluctuates so that even a temp adjustment can not fix the long term brightness. Resolution is worse than standard, and pixelated at times. I am sure mono price will stand by their product, but I would prefer these issues to be figured out before I spend my money on it. Waited for this item after being out of stock for a while.

    PROS: Relatively small

    CONS: Fluctuation of brightness, and less than hd signal.
    December 25, 2012
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