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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

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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:

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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

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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

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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

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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

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