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Multiple HDMI Devices

Discussion in 'Displays' started by Louisp, Sep 30, 2005.

  1. Louisp

    Louisp Stunt Coordinator

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    How can I connect two HDMI sources into a television with only one hdmi input?
     
  2. Mark W Ramsey

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    You'll have to either buy a HDMI / DVI switcher (quite expensive) or get used to switching the cable manually when you want to change sources.

    Ram Electronics sells a HDMI swicher for about $250 - pretty steep if you ask me.

    Mark
     
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    or if you got the cash you can upgrade your receiver to the new receivers coming out equipped with hdmi switching. If I had the cash I'd go with either the Denon AVR-3806 or the Onkyo TX-SR803 both have 2 hdmi inputs and 1 hdmi output.
     

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