Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

HDMI 3×1 Switch 4K@60Hz V2.0 (V301)


The newer model supports 3 HDMI inputs to 1 HDMI Output, with quick and effortless setup and up to a resolution of 4k@60Hz (not lesser 30). supports HDR and has an IR remote to control this unit will fit perfectly into any scenario where you have 3 display outputs going into 1 input. (is backward compatible with older HDMI TV’s too) HDMI Resolutions supported 480i/480p/756i/756p/720p/1080i/1080p/ 4Kx2K@24/25/30/60Hz.

The front panel LEDs make it easy to see what Input is currently active at any given time, HDMI 2.0 support you will get a clear high quality image output every time. (depending on Input quality)

Very popular model
See specifications below.
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From trusted EZYHD est. 2007

$89.95 $55.95




  • Supports resolutions up to ultra HD 4KX2K@60Hz
  • Supports highest bandwidth up to 18Gpbs
  • Switch easily between any HDMI source
  • Support HDMI 3D
  • Support IR control and RS232 control
  • Plug and play, easy to use
  • Good Compatibility
  • Metal heat sink design, works more stably
  • Input Ports 3 x HDMI
  • Output Ports 1 x HDMI
  • Power Indicator LED 1 x LED
  • Signal Indicator LED 3 x LED
  • HDMI Version Compatible with HDMI 1.4 and HDMI 2.0
  • HDCP Version Compatible with HDCP 1.4 and HDCP 2.2
  • Video Form Support 12 bit full HD video, 3D video and4Kx2K@30/60Hz Ultra HD Video
    Input and Output
    TMDS Signal 0.5 ~ 1.5VP-p(TMDS)
    DDC Signal 5Vp-p(TTL)
    Audio Supports standard audio and DSD (Direct Stream Digital) and HD (HBR) audio
    HDMI Resolution 480i/480p/756i/756p/720p/1080i/1080p 4Kx2K@24/25/30/60Hz
    Working Temperature 0°C ~ 60°C
    Power Supply DC5V/1A
    Power Consumption <5W
    Dimension (LxWxH) 160 x 51.5 x 20mm
    Weight 230g
    Colour Black
  • Note: Using Xbox 4 – uncheck the box marked “allow YCC 4:2:2″

1 review for HDMI 3×1 Switch 4K@60Hz V2.0 (V301)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Dom (verified owner)


    This is a good quality bit of kit to which – due to some unexpected problems – I was originally going to give a much lower rating. Thankfully that wasn’t necessary in the end, as I’ll explain.

    I bought this to use as a switch with my Sony A1 OLED. Only two of the four HDMI ports on the A1 will work with an enhanced HDMI signal, so when you own this TV and more than two devices capable of outputting a HDR signal, then you need a solution.

    I have an Apple TV 4K, Xbox One X, and PS4 Pro, so obviously have need of a good quality switch. I’d tried a cheapo $30 switch from eBay, but it kept dropping the signal and was generally poor quality (as you might expect). I decided to splash out and buy this; what could possibly go wrong?

    First impressions were excellent; it’s well made, feels sturdy, and unlike a lot of the cheaper switches all of the HDMI ports (both input and output) are at the back of the device, along with an RS232 port and a power socket, making it much neater in your AV setup. It looks good too, with a small yellow LED to illuminate the power icon, and 5 blue digits, which light up depending on which of the sockets you’re using. All this, and it has an IR remote control, too.

    The problems began when I plugged my devices into it. The Apple TV 4K just gave a black screen – I double checked all the connections, and they were fine, and I knew the HDMI cables were good. I then tried the One X; the console booted up and the startup logo and dashboard all worked perfectly. Then I launched a game and…the screen when black. If I hit the buttons to go back to the dash, then the screen came back on and displayed the dash as normal. The only device that worked straight off with the switch was the PS4 Pro, which has been no trouble whatsoever.

    Seeing as I needed the switch to work perfectly with at least two devices, it was looking like I’d need to send it back and get a refund. Then, purely by chance, I got a tip online about the Xbox settings. Specifically, there’s an option under the video settings that reads “allow YCC 4:2:2”. This option is turned on by default. If you’re trying this switch and get a black screen from the Xbox One X when launching a game, then untick the “allow YCC 4:2:2” box and launch the game again. To my complete surprise, it worked a treat, and it doesn’t stop your TV from displaying an HDR signal or lower the quality in any way.

    So, would I recommend the switch? Yes! As said above, it’s well made and it does the job I want it to do perfectly well; the main problem I encountered was due to settings on my Xbox, not a problem with the switch. In truth, though, I’d rate it 4.5 stars out of 5 if I could. The 0.5 deduction is due to the fact that I can’t get the Apple TV 4K to work with it (although based on my experience with the Xbox, there might still be a trick or option I’m unaware of that can change that in future), and also because the remote really does need to be pointed straight at the switch and nowhere else for it to register, which suggests that the IR sensor isn’t very forgiving. That said, I haven’t programmed the switch into my Harmony remote yet, so this may improve, too.

    I’m confident that, if you need an HDMI switch, this will do a great job for you! Just make sure that you’re on top of your Xbox One X settings, and maybe don’t depend on it working with an ATV 4K. Otherwise, enjoy!

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