gofanco® Prophecy 4K HDR 1x2 HDMI 2.0a Splitter - Split one source device to two displays up to 4K @60Hz (4:4:4 8-bit), HDR 4K @60Hz (4:2:0 10-bit). Compliant with HDMI 2.0a, HDCP 2.2/1.4 with 18Gbps bandwidth. Intelligent downscaling detects and configures the video resolution automatically according to the capabilities of each connected monitor.
2-PORT HDMI 2.0 SPLITTER: Distributes HDMI video & audio from a single source to 2 HDMI displays simultaneously without signal degradation. Compliant with HDMI 2.0a, HDCP 2.2/1.4 with 18Gbps bandwidth.Easy and stable to CASCADE multiple splitters for more outputs. Supports up to 10 layers.
4K 60HZ HDR ULTRA HD VIDEO & AUDIO: Supports up to 4K @60Hz (4:4:4 8-bit), HDR 4K @60Hz (4:2:0 10-bit), 3D, xvYCC, x.v.Color & Deep Color. Supports Dolby Digital, DTS-HD and Dolby TrueHD audio. Comprehensive EDID options and Firmware upgradeable
AUTO VIDEO SCALING/DOWNSCALING: to Support Simultaneous 4K and 1080P output – Detects and configures the video resolution automatically according to the capabilities of each connected monitor. Supports simultaneous mixed 4K & 1080p display outputs, downscaling. **NOTE: Does NOT support resolution downscaling from 4K2K @60Hz 4:2:2 to 1080P. See important notes in the description
GAME CAPTURE IN 1080P/PLAY IN 4K: Use Elgato or other game capture device to record game play footage in 1080p, while acually playing in 4K! Save money, by not needing to upgrade to an expensive capture card that will allow for this.See video in picture gallery for demonstration.
MADE IN TAIWAN AND HIGH QUALITY COMPONENTS & LOW HEAT GENERATION: Sturdy metal enclosure provides durability and minimizes EMI/RFI noise interference. Low heat generation and ESD protection to guarantee the highest stability. FCC, CE & RoHS compliant. Made in Taiwan. Our products are backed with a 1-year limited warranty and experienced tech support team in Silicon Valley. Contact us at here if you have any questions or concerns.
gofanco Prophecy 4K HDR 1x2 HDMI 2.0a Splitter with adjustable EDID management and auto video scaling provides a cost effective and an advanced HDMI splitter solution. It allows high quality HDMI video/audio to be transmitted to 2 displays without signal degradation.
Important Notes: - Downscaling to 720p and 480p is not supported. - Does NOT support resolution downscaling from 4K2K @60Hz 4:2:2 to 1080P. - YCbCr 4:2:2 downscaling is not supported. - Frame rate conversion (e.g., 60Hz to 24Hz) is not supported. - Splitter can bypass 4K HDR data content but cannot process it to make 4K HDR content fit 1080p proportionally.
Features - HDMI 2.0a compliant - HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 compliant - Supports 4K @60Hz (4:4:4 8-bit) - Supports HDR 4K @60Hz (4:2:0 10-bit) - Wide frequency range: 25MHz - 600MHz - Video bandwidth: 18Gbps (Single-link 600MHz) - Supports resolution downscaling from 4K to 1080p - EDID management: Preprogrammed settings or EDID learning - Supports xvYCC, x.v.Color & Deep Color - Built-in firmware update mechanism (via Mini-USB) for expanded compatibility - Supports DTS-HD Master Audio, Dolby TrueHD Dolby Digital, DTS, DVD-Audio, LPCM, SACD, MPCM - Sturdy metal enclosure provides durability and minimizes EMI/RFI noise interference - Low heat generation - ESD protection - Country of origin: Taiwan - Regulatory approvals: FCC, CE, RoHS
Compatible Devices - HDMI source device, such as computer PCs, Blu-ray players, and media players - HDMI displays, monitors, and HDTVs
What's in the Package - 4K-HDR 1x2 Splitter - Power adapter - User’s manual
Warranty & Support - Limited One-Year Warranty and Lifetime Product Support
Wondering if this device would work with this scenario:
I have a 4K Apple TV, 4K LG OLED TV, HDMI compatible receiver that does not support 4K, and all HDMI cables are 18gbps capable. I want to connect the 4K Apple TV to this device, have output 1 go to my 4K TV and output 2 go to my receiver. (The receiver is not connected to the TV all. It’s only processing audio) Will the TV be able to get a 4K HDR signal from the Apple TV while at the same time the receiver getting the HD audio (Dolby TrueHD, DTS HD Master Audio, etc)?
There should be no problem with your current setup