Enjoy simple plug-and-play HDMI splitting with this Foxtel Compatible HDMI Splitter from Avencore
Duplicates HDMI video and audio from a single source device and delivers it simultaneously to 4 connected displays. Support for HDMI v1.3b signals means resolutions up to 1080p/60Hz in 3D are provided in a compact form-factor. Perfect for easy installation at home, the office, media rooms and retail shop displays.
Splitters may perform a relatively simple function, but you need to know that they're going to do that job to the absolute peak of audio/visual quality. If you're anything like me, you demand superior results from your home theatre equipment - no matter the intended application. If you're using HDMI, you want full HD video and multi-channel audio without compromise. And that's exactly what Avencore delivers with their compact 4-way HDMI distributor.
With support for HDMI 1.3b, HDCP 1.2, 3D, DTS, Dolby True HD and a raft of other HDMI abilities, you're in good hands for duplicating audio and video from most HDMI sources like Blu-ray players, computers, games consoles, DVD and media players and even some set top boxes*. And because it's fully powered, you can connect quality HDMI cables up to 20 metres long on all output sockets without losing signal fidelity.
A reset button on the top of the unit forces all connected devices to re-establish their connections, improving compatibility with a wider range of display types and saves the need to unplug and re-plug cables if a single display loses signal for any reason.
Compatibility notice: Due to content protection issues, this product is not compatible with AppleTV. Compatibility with Foxtel IQ2 has been comfirmed as of May 2016.
Inputs and Outputs include:
- 1 x HDMI 1.3b Input
- 4 x HDMI 1.3b Outputs
The package contains:
- 1 x 4-Way HDMI Splitter & Booster
- 1 x 240v Mains Power Adaptor
- User Guide
- 12-Month Replacement Warranty!
- Duplicate one HDMI source to show on up to four HDMI displays
- HDMI v1.3b & HDCP 1.0/1.1/1.2 compliant
- Support for DeepColour (12bit, 24bit & 32bit) and Dolby AC3, DTS 7.1 & DSD
- Supports: VGA/SVGA/XGA/SXGA/UXGA, HDTV up to 1080p
- Suits all popular output resolutions: 576i, 576p, 720i, 720p, 1080i and 1080p
- Computer resolutions up to 1920x1200
- Supports Blu-ray 3D (1080p/24 3D)
- Can be used for DVI-D Splitting by using adapters or conversion cables (not included)
- Powered unit: can extend your HDMI cable runs by amplifying and equalising signals
- Colour: Black
- Plug-and-play design - all outputs run simultaneously.
(5th Jan, 2011)
Product Review by Ken,
How do you connect an xbox 360 slim with HDMI out to a video projector at the same time a flat screen TV in one room and another in the kitchen for monitoring what the kids are up too? This little device is the answer. I am very impressed on the ease of set-up and use, and as it is a VDA (Video Distribution Amplifier in old school terms) means no signal degradation, even over longer cable runs.
The HDCP pass through works flawlessly too on all devices, even if a device is turned off/disconnected/reconnected, the others still are seen by the HDCP system, so no interruption to your viewing pleasure. A truly flexible solution.
The sleek design is at home with any AV installation. Literally this little unit set and forget.
I have built my own multimedia room and is my pride and joy. This is why I use Cable Chick exclusively because they have everything I need, from wall plates, cables to high end devices (sometimes exclusively available to Cable Chick), all very high quality, great price and supper fast service.
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Posted: 15th July, 2009
Can I use the HDMI Splitter with an HDMI extender Over CAT6 and maintain HDMI 1.3 and HDCP 1.2 Compliance?
"Yes indeed. Although the HDMI extender over Cat6 is not technically HDMI 1.3 and HDCP1.2 it actually works more like a cable, taking the full HDMI signal and simply transfering it to the next device (your screen for example). When this is done, the HDCP signal is simply transfered along with the HDMI signal."
Posted: 26th Feb, 2018
Will this work to duplicate my Foxtel Iq3 box on different screens??
"Yes, this HDMI splitter is compatible with Foxtel IQ3 and will duplicate the signal for you."
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