• ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
  • ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
  • ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
  • ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D
ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D

ViewHD 2 Port 1x2 Powered HDMI Mini Splitter for 1080P & 3D | Model: VHD-1X2MN3D

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  • Hdmi 1. 3; support: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p + 3D; support HDCP
  • ATTENTION: This VHD-1X2MN3D does not work when the BOTH the HDMI source and the display are 4K units, it will end up with no video. Because it is not forward compatible to HDMI v2.0. It will work when either the source or the display is an HDMI v1.3 /1080P unit.
  • In durable metal jacket; includes universal 100V - 240V Universal power adapter with US plug
  • Edid duration: 4 seconds; This model doesn't support CEC
  • Max Cable extension: 10 meters by 28Awg HDMI cable; 15 meters by 26Awg HDMI cable
  • View HD One year

Customer Reviews

Works Like a Champ!I use a Nyrius NY-GS3200 5.8GHzl Wireless Audio/Video Sender Transmitter & Receiver to "broadcast" one master TV to another nearby "slave" TV. I recently switched from AT&T UVerse TV to DirecTV (also owned by AT&T, now). I connected the composite output of the DirecTV Genie Mini for the master TV to the A/V Sender/Receiver. It worked fine, but the problem I ran into was that the Genie Mini connects to my main TV via HDMI, and without the main TV ON (providing the required HDCP handshake over HDMI) I got the dreaded HDCP error (basically, this says that you do not have an HDCP-compliant monitor/display attached to the device).So I bought the VHD-1X2MN3D (which is an active device) to insert into the HDMI cable from the Genie to the master TV, providing the necessary HDCP handshake to satisfy the Genie Mini, even though the master TV was not ON. This solved the problem nicely; I can now use either TV separately (or both together, although they are displaying the same channel).The VHD-1X2MN3D is a good value for the price, and works as-advertised, splitting an HDMI signal while providing the requisite HDCP handshake to the source device. The VHD-1X2MN3D is well-built, too, with a *metal* (not plastic) case. It's compact (measuring less than 3x3x1 inches) and has its own, very small A/C adapter.If you need to solve a problem similar to mine (namely, generating an HDCP handshake to a source HDMI device) then I can recommend the VHD-1X2MN3D. 5YES, It strips the dreded HDCP signalIt Works.... It Works.... Finally I order a gadget that does exactly what the description says it will do. YES...It does strip HDCP and I can testify that it does if I need to make a video of it I will. I have an older digital light projection (DLP) TV and when I brought home my newer upgraded cable box and hooked it up, all I got was a blue screen. I tried the cable box on a newer TV and it works fine. I even had the cable guy over to check everything out and after about an hour of extensive testing and troubleshooting, we came to the conclusion that the problem was my older TV that would not accept the newer HDCP signal. It not only stripped the HDCP signal but now I don't have to invest hundreds of dollars to buy a newer 55" TV. Just out of curiosity, I tried my new ROKU stick which also gave me the error code "Unable to play this content" so I plugged the ROKU stick into it and Wala... It also worked perfectly. I also like the cool looking metal case it comes in, feels like a good quality item. I highly recommend this product. P.S. Pay attention to the input and outputs because at first I hooked it up as a splitter to add another HDMI input. This device is designed to make an output from a cable box, DVD player etc. to display onto 2 TV.s or 2 monitors etc. 5Does NOT strip off HDCP signalI bought this splitter to connect a DirecTV receiver to an AVerMedia EzRecorder (ER310) and also to a Magnavox DVR. After scheduling a movie to be recorded on both devices, I discovered that it was present only on the Magnavox (since the Magnavox allows even a DHCP encoded movie to be recorded, although it prevents subsequent dubbing to a DVD). However, the ER310 doesn't allow any recording at all, and instead just displays a warning about the event. Obviously this splitter passed the HDCP signal and thereby prevented the movie from being saved to the ER310. Because of this, the notation ~~ Amazon's Choice for "hdcp bypass" ~~ at the top of the listing for the ViewHD HDMI Splitter is no longer true.In order to find the type of splitter I want, I m considering fitTek, Ckitze, KUYiA, SuperSun and Techole. Before ordering one of these, I ll carefully check the splitter s listing for questions answered, reviews, specifications, etc. to insure that it isn't "DHCP Compliant", doesn't list "DHCP v_._" or clearly states that it "strips"/"bypasses" the DHCP signal. I hope to find info that is as current, clear-cut and conclusive as possible, so I can make a logical choice.. 3Sucky build quality produces poor HDCPSometimes I miss the old days when a splitter just split the picture.This worked okay for a week or so. Then, we started noticing that whenever the microwave was on, or a hair dryer, or sometimes even a lot of lights, the two televisions this was attached to would blank out. One of them was usually showing a TiVo feed at the time, and would display a message HDMI Connection Not Permitted . (And the TiVo feed wasn t even the feed being split!)So I m sitting here thinking I must need to get my house rewired, but once I removed the splitter from the system, everything was good. Well, I can t split my PS4 signal anymore, but nothing blanks out.Bottom line, this unit seems to be overly sensitive to power fluctuations, which cause it to apparently eff up the HDCP encoding to the point that it disables all of the HDMI ports on any television it s plugged into. It might work, but it didn t in my application. 1Exactly what we needed, no more HDCP!This splitter solved our HDCP problems! We bought a 2006 Sony 65" DLP TV on Craig's List. Our 2017 Sony AV Audio receiver and Apply TV would not talk to the TV via HDMI cable. It would connect for a moment, then disconnect, repeatedly every few seconds. After a quick web search we figured out that it was due to HDCP protection trying to query our TV in order to protect content from piracy. The site we found that helped us was at howtogeek (.com)Amazon Prime had this in our hands in two days and I was immediately impressed with the package. It was much heavier than I expected too. The unit is made of metal and looks to be very well built. We did not need the instructions that were included in the package - just plug it in, hook up the HDMI cables and we had high quality video with out the same HDCP issues.At this point I highly recommend this product. Good build quality, the price is right and it is what I would consider to be better than expected!Hope this helps. 5Does the job, exactly as advertised.Amazon's penchant for commingling reviews of "similar" items of disparate quality is really making a mess of the entire review process, especially the star ratings. This splitter provides a good example of the consequences. Some reviewers say theirs arrived as an overpriced, plastic piece of junk. Others say they received a quality splitter in a metal housing that performs exactly as advertised. Whom to believe? The answer is both, because reviews for the cheap knock-offs have been arbitrarily commingled with those for the genuine item.For what it's worth, the splitter I received was the real deal; sturdy metal housing, splits HDMI v1.4 perfectly, with no detectable video or audio loss. It might run a bit hot in unventilated spaces, but I use auxiliary fans to cool everything in the cabinet so heat isn't an issue. I'm not easy to please when it comes to my A/V gear, and a really low tolerance for BS of late, but I am very happy with this purchase. It will allow me to get a couple more years out of my existing 1080p components before making the jump to 4k once the prices come down to more reasonable levels. 5Not Compatible with 2016 model TCL Smart Roku TV 40FS3800I read about this splitter when trying to resolve an HDCP error I have been getting on my new TCL Roku Smart TV Model 40FS3800 (40FS3750 identical). There is an HDCP protocol "handshaking" issue between this newer Smart TV and my older DISH Network VIP 612 satellite receiver that results in HDCP error messages that pop up on the screen and then disappear a second later.An article on a Geeks site suggested that this HDCP problem is quite common and suggested this particular model of HDMI splitter could be used to resolve it, but in my testing, it would not even pass a signal to my TCL TV. Whether the unit I got was defective or not, I don't know. The power LED would come on, but once connected up, the TCL Roku Smart TV complained that it had no signal. Remove the box and it worked fine, connect it up and no signal. Also, the manual that comes with this box says it is HDCP v1.3. My new TV is HDCP v1.4.So, my guess is that this box is now obsolete with any newer TV that supports HDCP v1.4. I welcome any ideas or feedback, as I thought I had found a quick and easy solution to an annoying HDCP protocol issue. Instead, I had to return this item.I will say that is you have a TV that uses the older protocol, such as a TV made before 2014, then this might work fine for you and appeared to be well made. 2Resolved my issueWorked exactly like I needed. I needed this to strip away some type of encoding I honestly don t understand because my four year old HDTV suddenly out of the blue refused to display any video and warned I was violating copywrite. Keep in mind all I was doing was using my TV as I had for years to display the picture from my cable box as I had for years. I have no idea what happened or what went wrong. I was not attempting to hack anything or work around any system this was my same TV using the same cable box and it suddenly became essentially useless. However with this splitter running from my cable box to the TV my TV works fine again. Again this is not a suggestion to use anything incorrectly or to violate any copywrite. It seems that either my TV (a Mitsubishi) or my cable company incorrectly got their signals crossed and this splitter fixed it.Two issues to keep in mind. One is it does require a power source so plan accordingly (power cord included) and there is really annoyingly bright neon blue light when it is powered on. So when watching TV in a dark room you either want to position it well or perhaps cover it with black tape. 5Jan 2018, DOES NOT Strip HDCP!Just as others have posted, as of Jan 2018, the Model VHD-1x2MN3D Does NOT strip HDCP. I needed this to connect an older system and it would not validate the signal. 1Did not resolve Roku HDCP issueBought it on Recommendation from How To Geek article titled "Why HDCP Causes Errors on Your HDTV and How to Fix Them". Others in these reviews have had success with it. Not me.The article does say that the quality can vary from device to device...of them same model. I got a bad one. 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Hdmi 1. 3; support: 480i/576i/480p/576p/720p/1080i/1080p + 3D; support HDCP
  • ATTENTION: This VHD-1X2MN3D does not work when the BOTH the HDMI source and the display are 4K units, it will end up with no video. Because it is not forward compatible to HDMI v2.0. It will work when either the source or the display is an HDMI v1.3 /1080P unit.
  • In durable metal jacket; includes universal 100V - 240V Universal power adapter with US plug
  • Edid duration: 4 seconds; This model doesn't support CEC
  • Max Cable extension: 10 meters by 28Awg HDMI cable; 15 meters by 26Awg HDMI cable
  • View HD One year
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Works Like a Champ!I use a Nyrius NY-GS3200 5.8GHzl Wireless Audio/Video Sender Transmitter & Receiver to "broadcast" one master TV to another nearby "slave" TV. I recently switched from AT&T UVerse TV to DirecTV (also owned by AT&T, now). I connected the composite output of the DirecTV Genie Mini for the master TV to the A/V Sender/Receiver. It worked fine, but the problem I ran into was that the Genie Mini connects to my main TV via HDMI, and without the main TV ON (providing the required HDCP handshake over HDMI) I got the dreaded HDCP error (basically, this says that you do not have an HDCP-compliant monitor/display attached to the device).So I bought the VHD-1X2MN3D (which is an active device) to insert into the HDMI cable from the Genie to the master TV, providing the necessary HDCP handshake to satisfy the Genie Mini, even though the master TV was not ON. This solved the problem nicely; I can now use either TV separately (or both together, although they are displaying the same channel).The VHD-1X2MN3D is a good value for the price, and works as-advertised, splitting an HDMI signal while providing the requisite HDCP handshake to the source device. The VHD-1X2MN3D is well-built, too, with a *metal* (not plastic) case. It's compact (measuring less than 3x3x1 inches) and has its own, very small A/C adapter.If you need to solve a problem similar to mine (namely, generating an HDCP handshake to a source HDMI device) then I can recommend the VHD-1X2MN3D. 5YES, It strips the dreded HDCP signalIt Works.... It Works.... Finally I order a gadget that does exactly what the description says it will do. YES...It does strip HDCP and I can testify that it does if I need to make a video of it I will. I have an older digital light projection (DLP) TV and when I brought home my newer upgraded cable box and hooked it up, all I got was a blue screen. I tried the cable box on a newer TV and it works fine. I even had the cable guy over to check everything out and after about an hour of extensive testing and troubleshooting, we came to the conclusion that the problem was my older TV that would not accept the newer HDCP signal. It not only stripped the HDCP signal but now I don't have to invest hundreds of dollars to buy a newer 55" TV. Just out of curiosity, I tried my new ROKU stick which also gave me the error code "Unable to play this content" so I plugged the ROKU stick into it and Wala... It also worked perfectly. I also like the cool looking metal case it comes in, feels like a good quality item. I highly recommend this product. P.S. Pay attention to the input and outputs because at first I hooked it up as a splitter to add another HDMI input. This device is designed to make an output from a cable box, DVD player etc. to display onto 2 TV.s or 2 monitors etc. 5Does NOT strip off HDCP signalI bought this splitter to connect a DirecTV receiver to an AVerMedia EzRecorder (ER310) and also to a Magnavox DVR. After scheduling a movie to be recorded on both devices, I discovered that it was present only on the Magnavox (since the Magnavox allows even a DHCP encoded movie to be recorded, although it prevents subsequent dubbing to a DVD). However, the ER310 doesn't allow any recording at all, and instead just displays a warning about the event. Obviously this splitter passed the HDCP signal and thereby prevented the movie from being saved to the ER310. Because of this, the notation ~~ Amazon's Choice for "hdcp bypass" ~~ at the top of the listing for the ViewHD HDMI Splitter is no longer true.In order to find the type of splitter I want, I m considering fitTek, Ckitze, KUYiA, SuperSun and Techole. Before ordering one of these, I ll carefully check the splitter s listing for questions answered, reviews, specifications, etc. to insure that it isn't "DHCP Compliant", doesn't list "DHCP v_._" or clearly states that it "strips"/"bypasses" the DHCP signal. I hope to find info that is as current, clear-cut and conclusive as possible, so I can make a logical choice.. 3Sucky build quality produces poor HDCPSometimes I miss the old days when a splitter just split the picture.This worked okay for a week or so. Then, we started noticing that whenever the microwave was on, or a hair dryer, or sometimes even a lot of lights, the two televisions this was attached to would blank out. One of them was usually showing a TiVo feed at the time, and would display a message HDMI Connection Not Permitted . (And the TiVo feed wasn t even the feed being split!)So I m sitting here thinking I must need to get my house rewired, but once I removed the splitter from the system, everything was good. Well, I can t split my PS4 signal anymore, but nothing blanks out.Bottom line, this unit seems to be overly sensitive to power fluctuations, which cause it to apparently eff up the HDCP encoding to the point that it disables all of the HDMI ports on any television it s plugged into. It might work, but it didn t in my application. 1Exactly what we needed, no more HDCP!This splitter solved our HDCP problems! We bought a 2006 Sony 65" DLP TV on Craig's List. Our 2017 Sony AV Audio receiver and Apply TV would not talk to the TV via HDMI cable. It would connect for a moment, then disconnect, repeatedly every few seconds. After a quick web search we figured out that it was due to HDCP protection trying to query our TV in order to protect content from piracy. The site we found that helped us was at howtogeek (.com)Amazon Prime had this in our hands in two days and I was immediately impressed with the package. It was much heavier than I expected too. The unit is made of metal and looks to be very well built. We did not need the instructions that were included in the package - just plug it in, hook up the HDMI cables and we had high quality video with out the same HDCP issues.At this point I highly recommend this product. Good build quality, the price is right and it is what I would consider to be better than expected!Hope this helps. 5Does the job, exactly as advertised.Amazon's penchant for commingling reviews of "similar" items of disparate quality is really making a mess of the entire review process, especially the star ratings. This splitter provides a good example of the consequences. Some reviewers say theirs arrived as an overpriced, plastic piece of junk. Others say they received a quality splitter in a metal housing that performs exactly as advertised. Whom to believe? The answer is both, because reviews for the cheap knock-offs have been arbitrarily commingled with those for the genuine item.For what it's worth, the splitter I received was the real deal; sturdy metal housing, splits HDMI v1.4 perfectly, with no detectable video or audio loss. It might run a bit hot in unventilated spaces, but I use auxiliary fans to cool everything in the cabinet so heat isn't an issue. I'm not easy to please when it comes to my A/V gear, and a really low tolerance for BS of late, but I am very happy with this purchase. It will allow me to get a couple more years out of my existing 1080p components before making the jump to 4k once the prices come down to more reasonable levels. 5Not Compatible with 2016 model TCL Smart Roku TV 40FS3800I read about this splitter when trying to resolve an HDCP error I have been getting on my new TCL Roku Smart TV Model 40FS3800 (40FS3750 identical). There is an HDCP protocol "handshaking" issue between this newer Smart TV and my older DISH Network VIP 612 satellite receiver that results in HDCP error messages that pop up on the screen and then disappear a second later.An article on a Geeks site suggested that this HDCP problem is quite common and suggested this particular model of HDMI splitter could be used to resolve it, but in my testing, it would not even pass a signal to my TCL TV. Whether the unit I got was defective or not, I don't know. The power LED would come on, but once connected up, the TCL Roku Smart TV complained that it had no signal. Remove the box and it worked fine, connect it up and no signal. Also, the manual that comes with this box says it is HDCP v1.3. My new TV is HDCP v1.4.So, my guess is that this box is now obsolete with any newer TV that supports HDCP v1.4. I welcome any ideas or feedback, as I thought I had found a quick and easy solution to an annoying HDCP protocol issue. Instead, I had to return this item.I will say that is you have a TV that uses the older protocol, such as a TV made before 2014, then this might work fine for you and appeared to be well made. 2Resolved my issueWorked exactly like I needed. I needed this to strip away some type of encoding I honestly don t understand because my four year old HDTV suddenly out of the blue refused to display any video and warned I was violating copywrite. Keep in mind all I was doing was using my TV as I had for years to display the picture from my cable box as I had for years. I have no idea what happened or what went wrong. I was not attempting to hack anything or work around any system this was my same TV using the same cable box and it suddenly became essentially useless. However with this splitter running from my cable box to the TV my TV works fine again. Again this is not a suggestion to use anything incorrectly or to violate any copywrite. It seems that either my TV (a Mitsubishi) or my cable company incorrectly got their signals crossed and this splitter fixed it.Two issues to keep in mind. One is it does require a power source so plan accordingly (power cord included) and there is really annoyingly bright neon blue light when it is powered on. So when watching TV in a dark room you either want to position it well or perhaps cover it with black tape. 5Jan 2018, DOES NOT Strip HDCP!Just as others have posted, as of Jan 2018, the Model VHD-1x2MN3D Does NOT strip HDCP. I needed this to connect an older system and it would not validate the signal. 1Did not resolve Roku HDCP issueBought it on Recommendation from How To Geek article titled "Why HDCP Causes Errors on Your HDTV and How to Fix Them". Others in these reviews have had success with it. Not me.The article does say that the quality can vary from device to device...of them same model. I got a bad one. 1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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