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HDMI Switcher Comparison Chart

HDMI (high-definition multimedia interface) is the connector of choice for delivering uncompressed audio and video streams between high-end electronic components such as receivers, televisions, Blue-Ray players, digital cable boxes and more. When you have more components with HDMI output availability than you have HDMI inputs, you will need a device called an HDMI switch.

HDMI Matrix Switcher Comparison ChartThe function of an HDMI switch is to allow multiple HDMI cables to be connected to a device that has a limited number of HDMI inputs. For instance, if you have a high-definition television with one HDMI input on the back, and you have a Playstation 3, an HD cable box and another Blue-Ray player, you're faced with a dilemma of too many HDMI cables and only one port on the TV. To solve that problem, use an HDMI switch.

There are many different types of HDMI switches available. The most popular models feature 3x1 HDMI switching and 5X1 HDMI switching. With these devices, they allow for three or five HDMI components, respectively, to be connected through one output.

It is always a good idea to think ahead and plan for the future. If you have three HDMI components now, you are more than likely going to have more in the future. We highly encourage users to select 4-5 port models for future expandability. Always keep expandability in mind.

If you have a stereo surround that doesn't have an HDMI input, there are HDMI switches available that have Toslink routing capabilities. This enables you to integrate your digital optical equipment in alignment with your HDMI video source.

Additionally, HDMI cross (matrix) switches are available if you need to separate your signal between two displays or for HD picture-in-picture from two sources.

HDMI switching enables the user to enjoy picture and sound from a number of high-definition sources without the need of swapping out connections. This piece of equipment will also help reduce the total cost of ownership by eliminating the need to upgrade existing equipment.

Models Inputs Outputs Operations Frequency
bandwidth
Max.
resolutions
Certificates

HDCP Compliant/
3D-support

EXT-HDMI1.3-242 2 x HDMI 2 x HDMI push button;
IR
225 MHz
1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CEC
yes/no
EXT-HDMI1.3-244 2 x HDMI 4 x HDMI push button;
IR
225 MHz
1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CEC
yes/no
EXT-HDMI-341 3 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR
165 MHz 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS yes/no
AVT-6071 3 x HDMI
1 x HDMI
push button;
IR; RS232
2.25 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CE;
FCC
yes/yes
AT-HAD-V31 3 x HDMI
1 x HDMI Auto Switching
Mode
2.5 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CE;
FCC
yes/no
AT-HD600 3 x HDMI
1 x HDMI RS232, IR;
Manual
6.75 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS yes/yes
GTV-HDMI1.3-441N 4 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR; RS232
225 MHz
1080p;
1920 x 1200
ESC; CEC
yes/yes
GTV-MHDMI1.3-441 4 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR; RS232
225 MHz 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CEC
yes/yes
EXT-HDMI1.3-442 4 x HDMI 2 x HDMI push button;
IR
225 MHz
1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CEC
yes/no
SB-5605 4 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR; RS232
1.65 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS yes/yes
AVT-6041 4 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR
2.25 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CE;
FCC
yes/no
AVT-6441 4 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR
2.25 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CE;
FCC
yes/yes
40446 6 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR
6.75 Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
CE; FCC yes/no
EXT-HDMI1.3-841 8 x HDMI 1 x HDMI push button;
IR; RS232
225 MHz
1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS; CEC
yes/no

SB-5608

8 x HDMI
1 x HDMI
push button;
IR; RS232
1.65Gbps 1080p;
1920 x 1200
RoHS

yes/yes





 

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