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Two-Way HDMI Switch By Stellar Labs (33-12555) MCM Part #33-12555

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$19.99 
MSRP: $34.95
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Bi-Directional HDMI 2x1 Switch
Extremely compact, self-powered switch measures less than 2” square, and allows selection of two HDMI sources to a single HD display. Because this unit passes a signal in either direction, it may also be used to send an HDMI signal to two video displays (one at a time).

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    Features:
  • LED indication of selected source
  • Rugged metal housing
  • Bi-directional capability also allows single source to two display switching (one display at a time)
  • V1.4 and 3D compatible, HDCP compliant
  • Self powered, no external power source required
  • Dimensions: 3/4" (H) x 2" (W) x 2" (D)

Part Numbers
MCM Part #:33-12555
Stellar Labs Part #:33-12555
Package Specifications & Dimensions
Weight:0.25 lbs.
Hazardous:No
RoHS Comp:Yes
Warranty:365 days
Need to Return?
Length:3.25 in.
Width:2.5 in.
Height:1.25 in.
Shipping Information
Extra Shipping Charge:No
Drop Ship:No
Catalog Pages
Catalog/Page:
MCM Cat 57, Page 230
MCM Cat 56, Page 094
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Product Reviews Top

  • by installpro

    on 12/4/2014

    Works Great

    Overall: 5 out of 5
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    Top 10 Contributor

    I've used several of these, now that they are on sale I am going to buy many more, just to have at the ready. They're great for simple installations where a client's TV has one-too-few HDMI inputs. Never had one fail yet.

  • by yelsuac17

    on 10/24/2014

    a waste of time

    Overall: 1 out of 5
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    Quality:

    Only one output port worked. This is going back, what a waste of my time.
    I would be leary of leaving this plugged into my equipment for an extended time. It is NOT self powered, it sucks juice from the equipment that it's plugged into to light the LED's. The LED's are really bright when viewed directly on. At night the LED lights up the room (although dimly). I know that LED's don't draw much current, but why put a load on your hdmi port on that expensive new TV or DVR?

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