hdmi splitter

  1. How to Choose the Right HDMI Splitter for Your Setup

    HDMI Splitter

    How to Choose the Right HDMI Splitter for Your Setup

    Are you looking to optimize your home theater, multi-room AV system, or professional display setup? Selecting the right HDMI splitter is crucial for seamless performance and compatibility. In this guide, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know about HDMI splitters to ensure you make the best choice for your needs.

    What is an HDMI Splitter?

    An HDMI splitter is a device that takes a single HDMI input and splits it into multiple HDMI outputs, allowing you to connect one HDMI source to several TVs or monitors simultaneously. Whether you're setting up a home theater, commercial display, or gaming setup, an HDMI splitter is essential.

    Key Features to Consider When Choosing an HDMI Splitter

    1. Number of Outputs

      • HDMI splitters come in various configurations such as 1x2, 1x4, and 1x8. Choose a splitter that matches the number of displays you n
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  2. 8 Tips for Troubleshooting HDMI Splitters

    HDMI Splitter

    Having connectivity or performance issues with your HDMI splitter setup? Check out these eight tips for troubleshooting HDMI splitters for your next AV installation project. 

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  3. How to Set Up Multiple TV Displays With an HDMI Splitter

    HDMI Splitter

    Looking to connect all your HDMI displays with picture-perfect video and audio quality? Here’s a step-by-step guide to how you can connect multiple TV displays by using an HDMI splitter. 

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  4. Why You Should Use Integrated Downscaling AV Equipment

    There has been a recent trend in AV, involving the integration of built-in downscalers to equipment such as splitters, switches, and matrixes. With little documentation on the topic, this post aims to give some background and explain its importance. We will quickly review what downscaling is and express three reasons why AV installers, enthusiasts, streamers, and the typical user should be excited about it.

    Let’s dive right in.

    4K and 1080p screens

    What is Downscaling?

    Downscaling allows for content from one source to be played on displays in their native resolution. For example, if your video source outputs 4K (2160p) and you have one 1080p display and one 4K display, t

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