|Product Type: Switchers||Connector: HDMI|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
When the A/V and multimedia market was just beginning, Comprehensive was there-publishing our first small catalog of accessories and supplies. Over the years, the Comprehensive catalog became a "must have? for every video and audio professional and our Comprehensive brand cables became legendary.
30 years and millions of satisfied customers later, Comprehensive continues to be a top source for interface and multimedia products and their cables continue to be the industry standard for premium performance and reliability.
This quality item is custom made for your order. Unfortunately, this means that we cannot accept returns once your order is shipped, so please call our trained staff with any questions you may have prior to ordering - we will ensure that you get exactly what you need.
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Derrick from Columbus, OH– Verified Buyer
Good deals works great and the price was right. A little bulky and delivery box was dinged
Lorie from Brooklyn, NY– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
This is very handy for hooking up two displays to one item. I was worried about degradation of the picture quality but it actually appears to maybe even enhance it. The only drawback is the remote doesn't have an on and off button so you have to either keep it on all the time (and there are several bright lights denoting the connection) or manually turn it on and off. In any event, not having to connect and disconnect the wires when switching displays is a huge advantage.
Benjamin from Southaven, MS– Verified Buyer
This product does a great job of doing what it was created to do. It switches between the inputs when a new one is turned on or off and makes you forget it is even there at all. The only negative feedback is that the remote I received did not work, which could be as simple as getting a new battery for it, but I have not even checked because I do not need a remote with it switching back and forth since I only use one of the outputs, so I still give it a five star rating.