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Two-Piece Inset Wall Plate with 4 Inch Built-in Flexible High Speed HDMI® Cable With Ethernet - Single Port (1P) - White
Video Splitter - HDMI® Male to HDMI® Female / DVI-D Female
This passive splitter will distribute a single HDMI input to one HDMI and one DVI-D output. The single HDMI plug, the HDMI port, and the DVI-D port are gold plated to ensure smooth, corrosion-free connections.
Note that this splitter does not pass the HDCP copy protection information, so it is unsuited for use in home theater systems. Please use one of our powered splitters for home theater applications.
PROS: Splits video
CONS: No audio
PROS: Good HDMI female to DVI/HDMI Female connections, works fine.
CONS: You can use DVI/HDMI Female connections one at a time not two at the same time, the short cable could be longer than few inches to make it more practical.
with 2 different resolution display!
I guess this adapter just converts everything to dvi-style out, not supporting hdcp at all. No biggie, I would have given this a 10 rating otherwise, but just be aware if this adapter's intended use! Might still be just fine for output devices not requiring hdcp compliance.
PROS: Excellent quality and price, as is usual with Monoprice.
CONS: May cause noise at 1080p, due to a mismatch of cables.
Long story short High res can stress the unit introducing digital noise but works flawlessly at 1024x768 without tossing a non-HDCP compliant message. Will be reviewing the powered 2 port splittler next week.
my intentions were to use this to split the HDMI output from my pioneer 1018 receiver to a hitachi 46f500 hdtv and epson hc 720 projector.
i get no picture on either if they are both powered on(not a big deal as id never watch both at once anyway), but the hdmi output to the projector is terrible quality with an open cable attached to the dvi(meaning the dvi is hooked up to the tv and the tv is power off). for a split second when i turn on the tv it goes clear, and then turns off.
the dvi output to my tv seems to work fine, so i basically ended up with a hdmi-dvi adapter instead. adjusting the output resolution does not seem to have any affect for me.
unfortunately this is of no use to me since i need to unplug one or the other in order to use this, which in my case defeats the purpose. guess ill have to pay out for a power splitter (