AFUH0 Vention 2-Port HDMI Bi-Direction Switcher Silver
- Number of Ports: 2 HDMI input ports and 1 HDMI output port.
- Bi-Directional Switching: Allows you to select which input source gets transmitted to the output device or switch a single HDMI source between two different displays.
- HDMI Version: Supports a specific HDMI version (e.g., HDMI 1.4 or HDMI 2.0), which determines the supported resolutions and features.
- Supported Resolutions: Commonly supports resolutions up to 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160) at 60Hz, but it may vary depending on the specific model.
- Audio Formats: Supports various audio formats, including standard stereo audio, Dolby Digital, DTS, and more.
The Vention 2-Port HDMI Bi-Direction Switcher is a device that allows you to switch between two HDMI input sources and output them to a single HDMI display or device. The model you mentioned, VEN AFUH0, is a specific version of this switcher in a silver color.
Here are some general features and specifications you can expect from a 2-Port HDMI Bi-Direction Switcher:
- Input/Output: The switcher typically has two HDMI input ports and one HDMI output port. This allows you to connect two different HDMI sources (such as gaming consoles, Blu-ray players, or streaming devices) to a single HDMI display (like a TV or monitor) or vice versa.
- Bi-Directional Switching: The switcher enables bidirectional switching, meaning you can select which input source gets transmitted to the output device. This allows you to switch between different HDMI sources or switch a single HDMI source between two different displays.
- Compatibility: The switcher should support standard HDMI signals, including various resolutions (such as HD, Full HD, or 4K) and common audio formats.
- Manual or Remote Control: Depending on the model, the switcher may offer manual switching through a button or switch on the device itself. Some models may also include a remote control for convenient switching from a distance.
- Power: The switcher may be powered by an external power adapter or derive power through the HDMI connection itself (also known as bus-powered or self-powered). Ensure that the switcher is compatible with your intended setup and power requirements.