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25 Port HDMI Switch
This thread has 17 replies. Displaying posts 16 through 18.
Post 16 made on Sunday November 22, 2020 at 20:06
Ethereal Home Theater
July 2003
On November 22, 2020 at 17:19, Duct Tape said...
There's an AVR. Use multiple hdmi 4x1 or 5x1 switchers and connect them to the multiple inputs of the AVR.

An interesting (and obvious) solution (that I missed).
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OP | Post 17 made on Monday November 23, 2020 at 07:27
Junior Member
April 2017
Thanks guys I think 3 8 port switches with Fiber HDMI runs from each will be the way to go here, cheers
Post 18 made on Monday November 23, 2020 at 14:49
Select Member
March 2004
I use a couple of the below to switch between 15 Sony BDP-CX7000ES 400-disc Blu-ray Players and a Sony BDP-S5000ES Blu-ray Player.

IOGEAR 4K 8-Port Switcher with HDMI (GHSW8481)

Well, I use the 1080p version of the switch. Still haven't gone 4K yet. Control the switches via the RS-232 port. (There are RS-232 commands to disable any form of auto-switching.)

Recommend these switches highly. I've owned mine for many years now. They've performed flawlessly to date. Very affordable as well.

Last edited by Lowpro on November 23, 2020 15:10.
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