- Dimensiones del producto: 12,4 x 6,9 x 10,4 cm ; 286 g
- Este producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
- Número de modelo del producto: VHD-1X2MN3D
- ASIN: B004F9LVXC
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 9 de febrero de 2014
- Valoración media de los clientes: 1 opinión de cliente
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº556.707 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
ViewHD VHD-1X2MN3D - Separador HDMI para equipos por satélite
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- HDMI 1.3b + HDCP1.0/1.1/1.2
- Support: Deep Color 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080P & 3D
- Operating Frequency / Bandwidth: Up to 225MHz / 6.75Gbps
- EDID Duration: 4 Seconds
- Full Metal Jacket Construction for Durability, Heat Dissipation and Reliability
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ViewHD 1x2 HDMI compact / mini splitter distributes 1 HDMI signal to 2 HDMI displays simultaneously; includes universal 100V - 240V DC5V power adapter with EU plug and user manual.
This item includes an EU power adapter.
ViewHD 1x2 HDMI compacto / Mini distributes1 divisor de señal HDMI a HDMI 2 muestra simultáneamente, incluye 100V universales - adaptador de corriente 240V DC5V con enchufe de EE.UU. y el manual de usuario.
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I broadcast video games on Twitch and as some of you are aware, Sony has enforced HDCP on the HDMI port of the PS3 (and most likely PS4). Because of this, you have to use Sony's component cables to
capture video. The growing issue here is that the PS4 only has HDMI out and most likely will also enforce HDCP which means it would be impossible to capture and stream the PS4 through the HDMI port. I bought this splitter in hopes that it would allow non HDCP devices to receive HDCP signals and it worked! I tested this splitter with a PS3 as well as a DirecTV DVR using HDMI outputs on both devices. To make sure this splitter actually was working, I hooked the PS3/DVR directly to my capture device using HDMI and received black screens, signaling that HDCP was being enforced and no signal was being transmitted to the capture device. I then plugged the PS3/DVR into the ViewHD splitter, and then into my capture device and like magic I had a signal! Woo! There is no loss in quality with this splitter, it looks fantastic, is easy to use and the box is small! Easy to hide away behind things and you'd never know it was there. This thing is awesome and works like a charm, perfect signal quality and it bypasses the HDCP! BUY BUY BUY!
So I had really intended to use this splitter on my PS4 and I wanted to buy it in advance to make sure it would work. Also, HDCP on the PS4 was still in an unknown state. I picked up my PS4 on launch day and connected it to my HDMI Capture card (Blackmagic Intensity Pro), sadly all I received was a black picture. Indeed, the PS4 forces HDCP everywhere. I pulled this splitter out of my cabinet, connected the cables and like magic, the PS4 showed up on my capture device! YES! I've included a couple PS4 interface screenshots for verification.
My problem is that out of the blue, one day last week my computer decided that my surround sound receiver was not HDCP compliant, according to the Nvidia control panel, so I could no longer send my video card's HDMI output through it to my projector. I then tried sending the output into my Oppo BDP-103 disc player's HDMI input, same thing. I searched online, and found a site that recommended this splitter, siting that it would disable or otherwise fool the HDCP encryption and my signal would work again. Unfortunately, it still doesn't work. I even going directly from my computer, to the splitter, and then to the projector doesn't work. Only going directly to the projector via HDMI with nothing else in the chain will work for the HDMI output. It seems my only other solution is to buy a more up to date receiver, just to see if it may work. This happened previously with an LG LED TV, wherein my computer was connected directly to it (before I even had the HDMI receiver, I had a much older analog one). One day, all of a sudden, the computer would not show any picture on that tv. Just like this time, I tried multiple cables, multiple HDMI inputs on my devices, rebooting my PC, powering up devices in various orders, unplugging and replugging power to everything, but nothing worked. I think this is going to continue to be a problem with HDMI, and on top of the fact that I had to resort to running to separate HDMI cables to my projector now -- one from the PC, and one from the Oppo player, which now also has to be used as an input for my DirecTV DVR since the projector has just 2 HDMI inputs. If you're having an issue like mine, where every so often HDMI decides your TV or receiver isn't good enough anymore, you might have luck with this splitter, or you might not. I personally am not going to waste time buying and returning various splitters. I'll get a newer HDMI receiver, because right now, since HDMI from my video card won't work, I have to use my onboard optical audio, and to my dismay, it only supports 2 channel audio during gaming, and my receiver won't even apply DSP to change it to all channel stereo, pro logic II, or Neo Cinema, which is unacceptable and makes no sense. Anyways, this has been my experience. Good luck to the rest of you.
So I bought the VHD-1X2MN3D (which is an active device) to insert into the HDMI cable from the Genie to the master TV, providing the necessary HDCP handshake to satisfy the Genie Mini, even though the master TV was not ON. This solved the problem nicely; I can now use either TV separately (or both together, although they are displaying the same channel).
The VHD-1X2MN3D is a good value for the price, and works as-advertised, splitting an HDMI signal while providing the requisite HDCP handshake to the source device. The VHD-1X2MN3D is well-built, too, with a *metal* (not plastic) case. It's compact (measuring less than 3x3x1 inches) and has its own, very small A/C adapter.
If you need to solve a problem similar to mine (namely, generating an HDCP handshake to a source HDMI device) then I can recommend the VHD-1X2MN3D.