With the pandemic around, people are forced to stay at home, and with little things to do people tend to come up with unique ideas to keep themselves from getting bored. Some people are investing their time and effort doing arts and crafts while the tech-savvy ones are converting their living room to a full entertainment hub. Amidst to this, a wireless HDMI splitter box is the real hero. If you don’t have enough inputs on your AV or TV receiver and want to connect multiple TVs to a single source, you can use an HDMI splitter to split the HDMI signal for this purpose.

How Does HDMI splitter works?

HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a proprietary audio/video interface for transmitting uncompressed video data and compressed or uncompressed digital audio data from an HDMI-compliant source device, such as a display controller, to a compatible computer monitor, video projector, digital television, or digital audio device. An HDMI splitter is one of the simplest and most versatile ways of splitting an HDMI signal to send it across multiple displays.

Setting it up

Let us say you have a Gaming Console, you can plug it in on an HDMI splitter which is connected to multiple displays without compromising the full HD quality of the video and audio. Wireless HDMI for gaming has moved gaming experience to the next level. It allows the player to cast their game on multiple displays through HDMI splitter.

You can also use a wireless HDMI splitter to show what is playing on one source, such as a Blu-ray player, on multiple displays. Wireless HDMI splitter allows you to cast a 4K resolution across to multiple television at the same time.

Do I need a Wi-Fi?

Some of you might ask if you need a Wi-Fi connectivity on your wireless HDMI splitter, and the answer is, NO. You do not need a Wi-Fi connectivity, like on some mirror casting applications. Most of Wireless HDMI products in the market have a built-in IR Transmitter, more like a Bluetooth for your display. Like any form of wireless transmission, Wireless HDMI is prone to obstruction. Most Wireless HDMI products work around the 5 GHz microwave frequency, which can get congested by Wi-Fi and cellphone signals. Thankfully, most new Wireless HDMI products use dynamic frequency selection to adjust to the least congested frequency in your home automatically.

Get your own and get started

There are a lot of wireless HDMI splitter box in the market which you can purchase via online in the comfort of your room. You may visit,
J-Tech Digital website to check which HDMI splitterHDMI splitter suits your need. J-Tech Digital has both wired and wireless HDMI splitter.

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