HDMI H2 Series

A MYRIAD OF CHOICES

The expansive selection of splitters doesn't stop at 1080p. Now with WyreStorm's H2 lineup of HDMI splitters, the integrator can choose from a broad selection of splitters capable of splitting a source signal up to 4K/60 4:4:4.

CASCADE CAPABILITIES TO EXPAND ECOSYSTEM

Our H2 splitters have the powerful ability to cascaded over multiple splitters or devices to further expand the audio video ecosystem. A must-have in any installers A/V arsenal.

FULL EDID MANAGEMENT SUPPORT

In most of our H2 splitters is the advance configuration of EDID. This offers an array of EDID’s options to choose from, further ensuring a perfect picture from sink to source.

THE LATEST IN SUPPORTED CONTENT

With the H2 series of splitters, you can trust that you’re getting the best of the best. Under the H2 family, you are guaranteed the latest; 4K UHD, HDCP 2.2 compliance and the HDMI 2.0 spec.

HDBT Splitters

GREATER DISTANCES FOR EXPANSIVE ECOSYSTEMS

Further expanding on our HDMI line of H2 splitters is our HDBaseT™ solution. This allows the user to further extend a split signal even further with up to 3 methods of transmissions. This includes HDMI and both Class B and A for greater distances over a Cat6 cable.

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CAN BE CASCADED UP TO 3 TIMES

That’s right, up to 3 times! This and the HDBaseT™’s powerful distance capabilities powerful ability can help create the most of intricate of systems.

AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL SWITCHING

Our HDBaseT™ splitter can take in up to 2 inputs to deliver uncompressed 4K HDR content to all outputs at the same time. These inputs follow last in first out auto switching or can be manually selected via front panel.

MANY CONTROL FEATURES

With all the features our HDBaseT™ line of splitters offers, controlling the device couldn’t be easier. Users have the selection to control the unit via front panel or RS-232 with support for major control systems, including the WyreStorm Enado. Our HDBaseT™ splitters also have the capability to independently control both sources via IR from HDBaseT zones.