Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

HDMI Splitter 1 in 2 Out – HUGE SELLER


HDMI splitter 1 in 2 duplicates 1 HDMI source like Foxtel IQ2, IQ3 to 2 TV’s simultaneously and really works!. We’ve sent thousands as they fly out the door like no tomorrow!. Or extend longer and easier with a HDMI Cat6 splitter  has HDMI loop out and even includes IR device control! models: 1×2, 1×3, 1×4, 1×8 from 40m to 120m!.

Add one or more of this brilliant HDMI cables can send with splitter – note over $75 is currently free post! See reviews and specs below. Why buy from us – local warranty, we post every business day at 2pm QLD EDT (not from some foreign port),

think HDMI think EZYHD est. 2007


$49.95 $37.50



Product Features

  • 1 HDMI input and 2 HDMI outputs
  • Metal casing!
  • Max. “total”  HDMI Cables to TV 15m 28awg, 20m 26awg.
  • Supports 4K to 5m v1.4 and high speed 1.3 1080p up to 20m.
  • Fully HDCP compliant
  • Support DTS, Dolby, 7.1 channel audio
  • Display Device Port Connector: 19 Pin HDMI
  • HDMI Resolution: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
  • DVI Resolution: 480p/576i/576p/720p/1080i/1080p
  • Video Bandwidth: Up To 340Mh
  • Power: input 240v/ 50. 60Hz max 25 amps output  5w / 800 amps
  • Operation Temperature: 0~70 Degrees
  • Size: 60 x 64 x 20 mm
  • Australian AC power supply Included

Additional information



2 reviews for HDMI Splitter 1 in 2 Out – HUGE SELLER

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Gary (verified owner)

    Great unit. Works perfectly for sending Foxtel to two different rooms. Great price too!

    Thanks EZYHD for great customer service also.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rohan Safstrom

    Different to above model but terrific little unit HDMI over Cat6 cable worth considering.

    I used this to split HDMI output from a Foxtel IQ2; the local HDMI going to my AV receiver, and the CAT6 cable then going to a TV in another room.

    It would have worked instantly the first time if I had not been an idiot and partly stripped the RJ-45 jack on the cable forcing it through a jagged hole in an aluminium door.

    Two things to watch out for:

    1) The positioning of the IR blaster (transmitter) is not quite intuitive. It comes with an adhesive pad on its bottom to stick ‘over’ the sending unit’s IR receptor. I have not seen it documented, but I assumed that the little blaster unit would have to pass the IR signal through its base (where the sticky adhesive is), otherwise it would only be facing outwards, and thus not transmit the return signals. However, it does seem to work OK, so my concerns were groundless. (Just would be nice to know how the IR signal moves.)

    2. The IR blaster and receiver each use what looks like a 3.5 mm TS-type mono audio jack plug. And these plug into the HDMI splitter transmitter and receiver units respectively. They must be pressed into their sockets *quite firmly*. If you just insert them until they stop, and assume they are in place, they may not be. On my unit (as well as on a second unit which I had purchased for my mother), there was a ‘second’ click/notch if you pressed the plug in a bit harder. If it does not get to this second level, you may spend *quite a lot of time* (including a call to the helpful Keith) trying to work out why your IR is not working despite seemingly being set up correctly. This is *not* a fault. But it is also not obvious, and if you are something of a neophyte to electronics, and this sort of thing, like my mother, it may be a trap for the unwary.

    These were fairly minor matters, however, and certainly do not reflect the excellent quality of the units.

    Picture = perfect.
    IR response = perfect.

    Keith’s customer service, both pre-sale and post-sale was fantastic.

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