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I want to buy one so that I don't have to go behind my T.V. every time I want to switch my PS3, Xbox 360 and Cable Box. Do the new inputs appear when you hit input on the remote? Does it come with some kind of an additional remote to control the new HDMI ports? I tried to Google it and came up empty-handed. Anyone familiar with them?

asked Aug 24 '11 at 17:35

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Magic, dude. Magic.

Also, it either comes with a remote to change the connected HDMI port, or you need to manually change it on the splitter.

answered Aug 24 '11 at 18:04

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HDMI splitters work because of a Integrated circuit doing the switching. It usually interprets the command sent by the controller, tells which input to take and output it to the tv (and the HDCP protection)

answered Aug 24 '11 at 18:41

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What you need is a HDMI Switch not a splitter. I would recommend checking KVMSwitchTech. I have purchased a few HDMI Switch and HDMi Extender products from them and they work well.

answered Dec 19 '12 at 12:18

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It transmits video from a single display unit to multiple display sources. Its a fantastic resource for video splitting and amplifying. The demand for hdmi splitters have increased eventually as the signals transferred are of fine quality.

answered Dec 26 '12 at 02:06

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