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HDMI Splitter 1×4 1080P

1 Input to 4 Outputs: 1 input HDMI V1.3 signal can split to 4 HDMI V1.3 signal identical to the input signal

Supports deep color: 30bit, 36bit, blue-ray 24/50/60fs/xvYCC

Digital audio formats: DTS-HD/Dolby-True-HD/LPCM7.1/AC3/DTS/DSD

Max bandwidth: 10.2Gbps; Support signal re-timing; support CEC; HDCP 1.2 Protocol Compliant; Support output HDMI 1.3 cable up to 50 ft; Full-HD 1080P cascade above 4 layers

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Category: Distribution Splitter

JTD ID:170

JTD Model:JTD3DSP0104

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1X4 3D HDMI splitter 1080p

Description

This 4×1 HDMI Switcher with PIP (picture in picture) is a high performance HDMI switch with a remote control. This 4×1 switcher allows you to have live picture-in-picture (PIP) video previews of each connected devices which makes it simple and intuitive to switch among the cable box, the disc player, the game console and any other HDMI-connected sources. It has seamless switching between the input sources and has a big advantage compare to the other HDMI switchers which may need to wait seconds to switch. Package includes: 1 4×1 HDMI Switcher with PIP, 1 Power Supply, 1 Users Manual and 1 Remote Control. Specifications: – HDMI version HDMI 1.4b. – HDMI resolution up to 4K x 2K @ 30Hz. – Video format 24/30/36 bit deep color. – Supported audio format: DTS-HD/Dolby-trueHD/LPCM7.1/DTS/Dolby-AC3/DSD. – Supports all HD formats including 720p, 1080i, 1080p, 3D and 4Kx2K. When the resolution is over 1080p, the switcher does nnot support PIP function. – Max bandwidth 340 MHz. – Max baud rate 3.4Gbps. – Input cable distance <15m AWG24 HDMI standard cable. – Output cable distance <15m AWG24 HDMI standard cable. – Max working current 300mA. – Power adapter format input: AC (50HZ, 60HZ) 100V-240V. – Output: DC5V/1A. – Operating tempeature range: -15 to +55C. – Frequency bandwidth: 2.25Gbps. – Resolutions: up to 1080p or 1440p (if available). – HDCP compliant. – Color Depth: up to 48bit. – Input type: 1x HDMI (female), one in front and 3 in the rear. – Output type: 4 HDMI (female). – Dimension (LxWxH): 178x58x20mm. – Weight: 3Lb.

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Best cheap HDMI switchers in 2021

One of the best cheap HDMI switchers can be a boon if your TV doesn't have many HDMI ports built-in. These high-tech splitters route all of your HDMI devices through a single box (or dongle) and then funnel them to your TV, giving you up to five extra HDMI ports.

We've purchased 10 of the most popular models straight off of Amazon and tested them to see which ones work best.

1. J-Tech Digital JTD4KSP0301

Specifications

Number of Ports: 3

Max Resolution: 4K

External Power Source: Yes

Automatic Switching: Yes

Reasons to buy

+Supports 4K inputs+Switches sources automatically+Inexpensive

Reasons to avoid

-Few ports-Requires external power

The J-Tech Digital JTD4KSP0301 is inexpensive but delivers a lot more features than you'd expect for a sub-$30 box.  The device not only supports 4K content but also comes with a remote and automatically switches between inputs when you turn them on. The JTD4KSP0301 requires an external power source, which is admittedly a little inconvenient for a three-port switcher, but given the kind of fantastic performance you get, it's a fair compromise.

2. Kinivo 301BN

Specifications

Number of Ports: 3

Max Resolution: 1080p

External Power Source: Yes

Automatic Switching: Yes

Reasons to buy

+Small profile+Decent remote control+Easy to use

Reasons to avoid

-Needs external power-Not many ports

Kinivo HDMI switchers sell well on Amazon, and it's easy to see why. They're small, easy to use and look very unobtrusive in an entertainment center. The Kinivo 301BN supports three 1080p HDMI inputs. Although it requires an external power source, you do get a pretty decent remote control in return. The 301BN can also switch between inputs automatically when you power on a device. Unless you need more than three inputs, there's really no reason not to recommend the 301BN. (Kinivo makes a five-input switch as well, but it's a little more expensive.)

3. Gana HDMI Switch 3x1

Specifications

Number of Ports: 3

Max Resolution: 1080p

External Power Source: No

Automatic Switching: No

Reasons to buy

+Simple design+No external power required+Costs very little

Reasons to avoid

-No automatic switching-No remote control

If you are willing to sacrifice a little convenience for pure simplicity (and a very, very low price), you simply can't go wrong with the Gana HDMI Switch 3x1. This 4K-compatible HDMI switcher is a cable that has three HDMI ports on one end and an HDMI hookup on the other. That's it. You switch between cables by physically pressing a Select button (there's no remote), and there's no auto-switching. Then again, you can have the Gana for less than $10, and it doesn't require an external power source. If you have three or fewer devices to hook up, it doesn't get any easier than this.

4. Rocketfish RF-G1185

Specifications

Number of Ports: 4

Max Resolution: 1080p

External Power Source: Yes

Automatic Switching: Yes

Reasons to buy

+Has an on/off switch+Lots of ports+Comes with instructions

Reasons to avoid

-Slow performance-Inconvenient front port

The Rocketfish RF-61185 is just fine, but it costs a fair amount of money. It has four HDMI ports (although one of them is on the front, which always makes things a little difficult) and requires external power. The RF-61185 comes with a remote control, although it's not the speediest accessory. You can turn the device on and off, which is a rarity among HDMI switchers, so if power consumption is a concern, the RF-61185 may be worth a look. It comes with a real instruction manual, which is more than I can say for a lot of other devices.

5. Fosmon HD1831

Specifications

Number of Ports: 3

Max Resolution: 1080p

External Power Source: No

Automatic Switching: No

Reasons to buy

+Dead simple design+Intuitive to operate+External power not required

Reasons to avoid

-Requires manual switching-Costs the same as 4K devices

The Fosmon HD1831 is an extremely inexpensive and extremely simple HDMI switcher. Known as a "pigtail cable," it has an HDMI connection for your TV on one end and three HDMI ports on the other end. You manually select your input by clicking a button on top of the HD1831. That's pretty much it. There's nothing really wrong with the HD1831, but you can get similar devices that also offer 4K support for the same price.

5. Dingsun 3-Port HDMI Switch

Specifications

Number of Ports: 3

Max Resolution: 4K

External Power Source: Yes

Automatic Switching: No

Reasons to buy

+Relatively cheap+Offers 4K support+Has a remote

Reasons to avoid

-No automatic switching-Slow operation

While the Dingsun 3-Port HDMI Switch doesn't cost much, it's also a mismatch of form and function. The Dingsun is an extremely small box that supports three HDMI ports. In spite of its tiny profile, it requires external power. What makes the Dingsun a bit annoying is that it doesn't automatically switch, meaning you'll need to keep the (fairly slow) remote on hand more often than not. On the other hand, the Dingsun is one of the cheapest boxes available that supports 4K, so it may be worth putting up with a few inconveniences if you have multiple 4K inputs.

How we test cheap HDMI switchers

To simulate a realistic use-case scenario, we hooked up each HDMI switcher to a 1080p screen. Then, we connected aNintendo Switch, aPlayStation 4 and aRoku Streaming Stick (on every switcher that offered three or more ports), and evaluated how easy it was to switch between them. 

We took into account each switcher's price, how many ports it offered, whether it came with a remote, whether it needed an independent power source and whether it switched inputs automatically.  Each device's looks also played a small part in our rankings, since it'll have to live alongside the rest of the devices in your entertainment center.

Marshall Honorof is a senior editor for Tom's Guide, overseeing the site's coverage of gaming hardware and software. He comes from a science writing background, having studied paleomammalogy, biological anthropology, and the history of science and technology. After hours, you can find him practicing taekwondo or doing deep dives on classic sci-fi. 

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