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Considering that there are never enough options when it comes to HDMI adapters, we'll welcome in SmartVM's latest family with open arms. The company has just tossed out a trio of new boxes, so we'll get started with the HDMI Splitter. Said device is HDMI 1.3 compatible, supports resolutions from 48...

January 17th 2009 at 7:11pm 0 Comments
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Anyone remotely familiar with Gefen gear will understand that "inexpensive" isn't really an option, so we suppose that explains the lofty $499 price tag attached to the outfit's freshest splitter. Designed to take a single HDMI 1.3 source to five different displays without a loss in quality, the 1:...

November 25th 2008 at 8:40am 0 Comments
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Now that you know which cable(s) you're going to use, how's about giving Daniel a bit of advice on splitting up the signal? "What is the best HDMI splitter on the market? I want to split my signal to a 42-inch LCD TV (about 9-feet away from the source) and a projector (through a 50-foot HDMI cable...

October 1st 2008 at 12:00pm 0 Comments
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ATEN has just announced a new pair of HDMI splitters, the VS182 (2-port) and VS184 (4-port). Both units are fully compatible with HDMI 1.3b and HDCP 1.1 specifications, and each box can send one source of HD video up to 20-meters to two / four displays at the same time. You can also count on Dolby T...

July 21st 2008 at 9:42am 0 Comments
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Looking for an HDMI 1.3 distribution amp that won't completely shatter the budget? Enter Octava's 3x4 HDMI Switch + Splitter Distribution Amplifier, which includes support for full 1080p resolutions and enables HDMI switching for three inputs while outputting to (up to) four displays. You'll also f...

April 21st 2008 at 9:44am 0 Comments
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Yeah, there's already a number of devices on the market to split that HDMI signal, say, ten different ways, but for those just needing a traditional 1-to-2 split, Accell's got you covered. The UltraAV 1-2 HDMI Splitter, set to be exhibited at CEDIA, allows a "single HDMI audio / video source to send...

September 3rd 2007 at 9:29am 0 Comments