Video Splitter - HDMI® Male to HDMI® Female / DVI-D Female
    Product # 2523
    Video Splitter - HDMI® Male to HDMI® Female / DVI-D Female
    Product # 2523
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    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.

    18 Reviews

    46.11% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Lots of video noise - caveat emptor!

    • Anonymous,
    •  MESA, AZ 
    • 4/19/2015 6:56:17 AM

    Pros: None - not usable

    Cons: Lots of green video noise - unusable device. Wish I had tried it sooner and could return. My advice - do not purchase.

    Poor quality - do not purchase.

    by Monoprice Administrator

    Thank you for your review and truly sorry to hear about your experience with PID 2523. Can you describe your setup including all devices and cables in use? For troubleshooting purposes, have you tried connecting to a different source or display? Does the same issue occur with all inputs?

    Keep in mind it is recommended to use 24 AWG HDMI with devices such as switches as they tend to put a heavier load on the signal passing through, which can lead to handshaking issues. Using 24 AWG HDMI lowers the chance of signal degradation and improves signal reliability. Can you verify that the HDMI cables in use are 24 AWG?

    Another thing you may want to try is power cycling the switch. Disconnect everything from the switch including power and cables. After about 5 minutes, plug everything back in and power everything back on. Also try powering everything on from the display and work backwards in the chain to the source device.

    Please let me know if the above steps yield any results. Hope this helps!

    Gisselle B.
    Tech Support

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    • christopher dobson,
    •  Salisbury, NC 
    • 2/15/2014 9:11:47 AM

    Pros: This worked only as an adapter for the dvi cable I already had. I plug the dvi cable into this to convert it to hdmi to plug it into the port on the back of the computer.

    Cons: It does not work as a splitter. As soon as you plug an hdmi cable into the female port with a dvi cable already plugged in, the signal to the dvi cable was lost. I had to buy an active hdmi splitter, also from monoprice to accomplish what I wanted. I kept it and use it as a dvi adapter as stated in the pros section.

    I would not suggest buying this as a splitter.

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    • Jeff,
    •  Lake Dallas, TX 
    • 7/25/2013 2:31:05 PM

    Pros: Splits video

    Cons: No audio

    Great product. My fault, i was unaware that the audio will not pass.

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    May Need a Ferrite Bead

    • don,
    •  San Diego, CA 
    • 3/28/2013 10:58:44 PM

    Pros: Excellent quality and price, as is usual with Monoprice.

    Cons: May cause noise at 1080p, due to a mismatch of cables.

    A nice way to get HDMI out of a Mac that doesn't have it, but has DVI. I am using a large-diameter quality DVI cable (from Monoprice, with a ferrite bead at each end) from my Mac Pro, then this adapter to get HDMI into my TV. At 720p, all is fine. But at 1080p, there is lots of green noise on dark-to-bright transitions. Previously i used the same DVI cable to drive a 1600p (30") monitor and did not have this problem at 1600p or 1080p. I will get a clamp-on ferrite bead for the short HDMI lead of this adapter this should help. I'll report back if the system allows it.

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    • Anonymous,
    •  Brampton, ON 
    • 12/16/2010 8:10:49 AM

    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.

    Good Adapter and pretty useful.

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