Cablesson HDelity 1x2 HDMI Splitter UHD
- Designed in Oxford - Splits a HDMI signal from a source (eg: Sky HD / PS3 / PS4/ Xbox 360 / Xbox One) to 2 HD displays (eg: HDTV / Plasma / LCD / Projector)
- Supports High-resolution audio formats such as PCM Dolby Digital and DTS 7.1. Supports all HDTV video resolutions up to 1080p 4K2K and 8K Ultra HD future standards.
- HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant with Advanced EDID. 24k gold connectors and full metal housing. RoHS compliant. 4K2K 4k 8K
- Supports High Definition Audio formats such as Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio LPCM 7.1 DTS Dolby-AC3 DSD.
- HDCP Compliant. Ultra-compact. Power over HDMI with some systems (5v DC UK PSU Included should it be required). 24k gold connectors and full metal housing. 2 Years Warranty
The Cablesson HDElity 1x2 HDMI Splitter with UHD support provides the most cost-effective and advanced HDMI Splitter solution in the market by which Ultra High Definition video and high-quality audio can be transmitted to 2 different locations without losing any quality.
The HDMI Splitter supports all 3D formats and true Ultra HD video at 120/60Hz. With its unique Cablesson design and chip-set the compatibility among countless HDMI sources and receivers can be further guaranteed. The splitter also comes with EDID interface to enable you to avoid HDCP errors. The EDID interface allows you to choose between Standard (STD) or TV mode.
With the utmost 32-bit Deep Colour video and High Definition audio support the HDElity 1x2 HDMI Splitter is suitable for high-quality broadcasting digital signage and education applications.
- Supports HDR UHD HDMI Deep Colour & 3D
- HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 compliant
- Video bandwidth: 18Gbps and beyond
- Resolution up to 8K
- Supports xvYCC x.v.Colour & Deep Colour
- Supports Dolby Digital DTS-HD and Dolby True-HD audio
- Easy plug & play installation
NOTE: Due to HDCP limitations, if you are trying to send signal from one device to two displays with different resolutions, using a HDMI Splitter, both displays will only work at the lowest resolution available. For example, if one of your displays has a 4K resolution and the second one has 1080p, the 4K display will only work at a 1080p resolution.