Reciever w/ multipul hdmi outputs ???

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  1. FlyingTiger

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    Is there a receiver that has at least 3 HDMI outputs?
     
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    I've never seen one. How about an hdmi splitter instead? http://sewelldirect.com/Sewell-1x4-HDMI-Splitter-with-Ethernet-3D-Support-and-4Kx2K-Resolution.asp?gclid=COvY3YCWxbECFeUaQgod324Apw
     
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    There is one, but depending on what you are trying to do...???
    Can't recall the manufacturer or model number. But it has twin HDMI out(not sure if they can output different stuff or not) and it has Zone 4 HDMI...
    So it has three. It was being discussed on this forum 2 weeks ago???
     
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    Thank you. I think i will go with a matrix.
     
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    He's trying to make his DVR, DVD and Xbox cover three rooms...but apparently thought a receiver that could to the "matrix switching" existed.
    Well, it does...but it is $1500...which is too much money :rolleyes:
    Apparently he thinks he can do a matrix, Xantech or RF remotes and wiring for this for $500.
     
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    changed my mind on this. i have purchased a monoprice 4x4 matrix. it did the trick. thanks for all the help!
     

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