Simply put, the '4 in 4 out HDMI Matrix Box' allows up to 4 HDMI devices to be independently switched to one, two, three or four HDMI enabled display devices (HDTV or projector).
The four outputs can show the same or different source at the same time.
1 x HDMI Matrix (4 in, 4 out), 1 x Power cable (5V 3000ma), 1x Matrix Rand Mounting brackets
How to use it?
To maintain signal integrity, the Matrix is recommended for use with 720P, 1080i, 1080P or 3D devices. Set-up is easy too;
1. Connect the input HD devices to the Matrix (PS3, Blu-ray Player, etc). Connect the HDMI enabled display devices (HDTV or projector).
2. It is recommended for the initial set up that you turn on your display, the Matrix and then the sources.
3. Select the configuration you require, for example you may require 'Input 1' outputting to 'Output 1, 2 & 3' and 'Input 3' outputting to 'Output 4'.
What are the benefits?
A true Matrix can display any of the input devices (Blu-Ray player, PS3 etc) on any screen, at any time making it extremely versatile. A switch or splitter could never achieve this outcome.
1. Reduces cable clutter
2. You only need to buy 1 type of HD device instead of having to buy multiple devices for each room.
3. Less equipment is on show.
4. Cables up to 15 metres can be used with each port. If you require longer lengths of cable, we also supply HDMI CAT5/CAT6 extender devices.
5. Simple plug and play operation.
1. Manual Selection - The input can be manually selected by using the ‘source selection buttons’ on the front of the splitter box.
2. Key Lock - The ‘source selection buttons’ can be locked using the key lock button. This will eradicate accidental changing of the source. When the Matrix is left idle for over 60 seconds the ‘source selection buttons’ will be locked automatically, they can be unlocked using the ‘key lock’ button located on the front of the Matrix.
3. Infrared Remote Control and Eyes - The Matrix is supplied with a remote control which allows full control of all the functions. If the Matrix box is hidden away from view the infrared receiver eyes can be plugged in and positioned in a suitable position (near to each TV) for receiving information from the remote control, allowing you to control the Matrix and the equipment connected to the Matrix
4. HDMI - 6.75GBps 1080P, Supports LPCM/LPCM7.1/DSD/DVD audio Dolby®-AC3/DTS5.1/DTS-HD/DTS master audio/Dolby® Digital Plus and Dolby® True-HD audio formats
5. HDCP Compliant
Additional information and FAQ’s
The Matrix equalises and amplifies to ensure no loss of signal transmission when using long cables (up to 15 metres). The HDMI connectors used are type A. Type A is the most commonly used connector and is used in Sky HD Boxes, PS3’s and most HD ready plasma and LCD televisions.