HDMI to HDMI and Optical Splitter

Model: CNBHB-1 Categories: ,

Product Description

The HDMI to HDMI and optical splitter is the perfect solution for receivers without HDMI inputs. It works excellent with Roku devices that don’t have a dedicated output. Other devices that can be used include Apple TV, Blu-ray, DVD/HD player, Xbox, cable/satellite box, PC, HD DVR, and HD camera. The HDMI audio extractor is designed to extract the digital audio embedded in the HDMI source and output it through the optical splitter.

HDMI Audio Extractor

This device not only meets the exceptionally high-quality image of the HDTV but is also capable of extracting audio from the HDMI source. It extracts the digital audio signal embedded in an HDMI source and converts it through a 3.5mm analog audio output or interface. We recommend setting the sound output of the signal source to PCM format.

Three Working Modes

There are three working modes; 2.1CH, 5.1CH, and TVCH mode. When using the 3.5mm stereo output, users must use the 20ch mode. If you are using the optical output, please use 5.1ch mode and TV mode when using the DVI interface.

4k Ultra HD with HDMI 2.0v

The HDMI to HDMI and optical splitter supports 4k2k@60Hz, HDR 10, RGB/YUV4:4:4 super high definition image and an audio sampling rate of up to 192 kHz.

Low Power Consumption

The HDMI to HDMI and optical splitter requires no external power adapter for its operation. Devices like PS4 and Xbox with low-power HDMI ports are recommended to be used with a power adapter or plug. However, the voltage supply each device can support is different.

Wide Compatibility

It is compatible with various HDMI sources like Roku without a dedicated output source.

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