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Blackbird 4K 3x1 HDMI Pigtail Switch
This switch allows you to connect up to 3 HDMI® video sources to a single display and easily switch between inputs. This switch supports data bandwidth of 10.2Gbps, which allows it to handle all High Speed HDMI features, including 36-bit Deep Color and video resolutions up to 4K@30Hz. This switch draws all the power it needs from the HDMI bus. No external power is needed
- 10.2Gbps bandwidth
- Supports 1080p@60Hz and 4K@30Hz resolutions
- Supports 3D video
- Supports 16:10 computer resolutions up to 1920x1200p
- Supports all High Speed HDMI features, including 36-bit Deep Color and high-definition multichannel uncompressed audio
- HDMI bus powered - requires no external power
- HDCP compliant
- Gold plated connectors
|Bandwidth||340Mhz per channel, 1.02GHz total|
|Supported 4:3 Resolutions||480i, 480p, 576i, 576p|
|Supported 16:9 Resolutions||720p, 1080i, 1080p, 4K (3840x2160p)|
|Maximum 16:10 Resolution||1920x1200p|
|Power Source||HDMI bus power from sink device|
|Operating Temperature||+32 ~ +104°F (0 ~ +40°C)|
|Operating Humidity||10 ~ 85% RH, noncondensing|
|Storage Temperature||+14 ~ +176°F (-10 ~ +80°C)|
|Storage Humidity||5 ~ 90% RH, noncondensing|
- User's Manual (Jan 25, 2016)
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Questions and Answers
switch so we do not have to unplug each time the sound on one and the picture on the second????????
You could try out using a switch to be able to power off/on the signal. However, this switch would not have a power button. We do have Product # 6259 that has a power button. If you wished to try it out you are welcome to. We have a 30 day return policy, so if it does not solve your issue you can return it. I hope this helps.
PROS: Well made
Easy to install
CONS: Allergic to Netflix?
PROS: ease of use
CONS: Blue indicator light is on the bright side
1 year ago
One problem, however: if I power on my Blu-ray player first, it doesn't seem to get audio until I switch to a different input and then back to the player. Clicking a button a couple times is a lot less work than physically switching cables out, but it's still a problem and isn't as convenient as I'd like.
But for under $20, I suppose that's to be expected.
PROS: Quality, performance
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