When you need to connect more than one display from a single source device, a HDMI Splitter is the perfect solution.
These HDMI Splitters feature an integrated circuit which accepts the input signal, then duplicates and splits the signal to be identical to the original. As these units also feature a signal amplifier, this will ensure absolutely no loss of quality and the longest transmission distance possible.
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This 1x2 HDMI Splitter will split the signal from a single source device to two displays. Features a bandwidth of 340 MHz to enable support for Ultra HD 4K resolution. Also supports 1080p, 3D, HD audio and more. Splits the HDMI signal to 2 displays with no quality loss.
This 1x4 HDMI Splitter will duplicate and amplify the signal on all four outputs. Features extreme bandwidth of 340 MHz to provide support for stunning Ultra HD 4K resolution. This device is the perfect solution to connect up to 4 displays from a single source device.
This 1x8 HDMI Splitter is great for store demonstrations or other applications where up to eight displays are required to run from a single HDMI source. This device supports 4K resolution and will split video and audio to all 8 outputs simultaneously with no loss of quality.
This 1x16 HDMI Splitter is ideal to connect up to sixteen displays from a single source. This unit buffers and amplifies the video and audio signal, therefore no loss of quality will occur. Supports output transmission distance of up to 20m on all 16 outputs.
This 2 Way HDMI Splitter will enable two displays to be connected from a single source device. Being an active solution means that both outputs from this device will be identical to the original and no loss of quality will occur. Supports HD Audio, Deep Colour & 3D etc.
This 8 Way HDMI Splitter facilitates connection of up to eight displays from a common source device. This unit features an active signal amplifier to ensure the longest transmission distance possible. Each output is duplicated to be identical to the original (no quality loss).