Rocketfish 2-Output HDMI Splitter with 4K and HDR Pass-Through - Only at Best Buy
- Send an HDMI A/V signal form a single source, such as your Blu-ray/DVD player or cable/satellite receiver, to 2 destinations, like 2 TVs or a TV and an A/V Receiver
- Supports Full HD 1080p, 4K, and 3D video
- Plug-and-Play design makes set up easy
- HDCP 1.4 and 2.2 compliant
- AC/DC Adapter
- USB A to C Cable
- 2 x Screws
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Of the 971 reviewers who responded, 854 would recommend this product.
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- Strips HDCP 2.2 DRM- January 5, 2018
easiest way to get 4k bluray players and 4K Netlfix working with pre HDCP 2.2 4K capable equipment.
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- works great- September 14, 2018
I would recommend this if you need to send video/audio to 2 TV's. I just plugged in the HDMI cables, plugged it into the wall (needs power) and it was up and running. I am using it to "split" the output from a cable box to 2 TV's. I had tried this before using different products and they all failed due to HDCP compliance issues. As soon as I turned on the 2nd TV the signal would fail. No such issues with this product at all. 1st TV is only 3 foot away but 2nd TV has a 25 foot HDMI cable run into a soundbar and then to TV. Have experienced no drops or lag at all with either audio or video. I am only running 1080P so cant speak to whether it works with 4K or not.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Splitting the audio feeling the sound, when I want- March 10, 2021
I specifically used this device because I needed to split the HDMI output from my TiVo to the TV & Audio/Video Receiver. The issue is that the 55 inch LCD TV only has an audio output to connect a set of head phones. The problem is, that it is on the back of the TV and unless the cable is unplugged there is no sound coming out of the TV speakers. When watching an hour show or news I do not want to have to turn on the receiver in order to get audio. Only when I am watching a movie or special event do I want to be surrounded with the rumble of sound, so that you just don't hear it you feel it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.