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XCM HDMI/DVI CROSSOVER SELECTOR


XCM HDMI/DVI CROSSOVER SELECTOR



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1.00 lbs
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XCM
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$64.95 (US $64.95)

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Play any HDMI or DVI source at 1080p on your compatible TV or PC with this plug and play selector with unique features like being able to connect to an amplifier and extra speakers for perfect sound matching the quality of the image, or the included DVI-HDMI converter.

 

Features:

  • Input: 4 x HDMI, 1 x DVI
  • Output: 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI
  • DVI-HDMI converter included
  • Easy to set up
  • Compatible with HDTV's
  • Compatible with VGA/PC screens
  • Audio socket to connect to amplifier/extra speakers 1080p resolution
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