HDMI Video matrix switches are a powerful and efficient means of localizing a large number of cables into a single unit capable of spreading the same image or different images across a number of different screens. Whether you require a presentation to be displayed on multiple screens at once or you want to host a gaming tournament, with the competitors situated in one room and the audience in an entirely different room where they won’t be a disruption, you are going to need a video matrix.
In-arguably, the most popular type of switch is the 8×8 HDMI Matrix. Equipped with 8 input and 8 output ports, this unit has seen use across a number of different facilities from private homes to small businesses. The 8×8 HDMI video switch carries with it a number of different features and capabilities.
Many HDMI video switches are Cat5e/6/7 compatible and come with push buttons for manual control, Ethernet based TCP/IP control, and Infra Red control. Most units feature an LCD display for configuration. The 8×8 HDMI Matrix also comes with a non-blocking option which makes it excellent for data monitoring and display, surveillance, conferences, and advertising.
Requirements and Pricing
The 8×8 HDMI video matrix requires only standard HDMI input and output ports. Higher end units also feature HDBaseT support for even greater versatility, increasing their capability to extend up to 330ft over Cat5e/6/7 cable. Prices can range anywhere from $1650 to as high as $5000 USD depending on their capabilities and number of extra features. Our best deal includes all the basic features you would expect from a 8×8 HDMI video matrix and couples them with some of the highest performance you can get from HDMI products.
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