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Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection

Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection

Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
Monoprice Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter -Black | 4K @ 60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Compliant, HDR, and EDI Detection
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Features

  • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs
  • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth
  • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4
  • Fully compatible with 4K HDR Displays
  • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display

Description

Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter, HDR, 4K@60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Monoprice's Blackbird™ 4K Pro 1x2 HDMI® Splitter is a cost effective solution for distributing high resolution HDMI signals. It delivers 18Gbps bandwidth and supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4. It supports HDCP 2.2 and automatic EDID detection. Features: • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs • Supports HDCP 2.2 • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4 • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display


Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.5 x 4.8 inches


Item Weight 0.8 ounces


Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B06ZY6YW4H


Item model number 121612


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 41 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #588 in Satellite TV Splitters #1,105 in Satellite Television Products


Date first listed on Amazon April 19, 2017


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Features

  • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs
  • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth
  • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4
  • Fully compatible with 4K HDR Displays
  • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display

Description

Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter, HDR, 4K@60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Monoprice's Blackbird™ 4K Pro 1x2 HDMI® Splitter is a cost effective solution for distributing high resolution HDMI signals. It delivers 18Gbps bandwidth and supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4. It supports HDCP 2.2 and automatic EDID detection. Features: • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs • Supports HDCP 2.2 • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4 • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display


Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.5 x 4.8 inches


Item Weight 0.8 ounces


Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B06ZY6YW4H


Item model number 121612


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 41 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #588 in Satellite TV Splitters #1,105 in Satellite Television Products


Date first listed on Amazon April 19, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs
  • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth
  • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4
  • Fully compatible with 4K HDR Displays
  • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display

Description

Blackbird 4K Pro 1x2 Ultra Slim HDMI Splitter, HDR, 4K@60Hz, HDCP 2.2 Monoprice's Blackbird™ 4K Pro 1x2 HDMI® Splitter is a cost effective solution for distributing high resolution HDMI signals. It delivers 18Gbps bandwidth and supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4. It supports HDCP 2.2 and automatic EDID detection. Features: • 2 simultaneous HDMI outputs • Supports HDCP 2.2 • Supports resolutions up to 4K@60Hz 4:4:4 • 18 Gbps maximum bandwidth • Automatically uses the EDID of the first detected display


Product Dimensions 7.1 x 4.5 x 4.8 inches


Item Weight 0.8 ounces


Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN B06ZY6YW4H


Item model number 121612


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 41 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #588 in Satellite TV Splitters #1,105 in Satellite Television Products


Date first listed on Amazon April 19, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews I have an older surround sound system (Yamaha rx-v677) that has 4K pass through but does not have HDR capacity. Used the blackbird to split signal to my 4K HDR Roku TV and to the Yamaha. It worked, had to try each output to see which one would be seen as primary output and now I just select that input on the Yamaha and turn on my 4k HDR Blu-ray player and see the HDR detected indicator on the TV screen. (if just using the Yamaha as pass through would not display a HDR signal detected). I'm using 4K HDMI cables as input from Blu-ray player and out to the TV, but a non 4k HDMI cable to the Yamaha surround sound system, Surround detects 7.1 surround signal and sounds much better then when Blu-ray player was connected directly to the TV and used 5.1 ARC (audio return channel) back to the surround system. Now have great sound and great picture.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;works to split to Yamaha rx-v677 and 4K HDR tv;;J. W. Dietrich;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3LNAF9F2NHA88/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H;;;I got this because I had to send in my Receiver for repair and I wanted to retain my ability to switch sources in my rack. For the most part it works exactly as expected. I only had two issues: 1. No battery for the remote. IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries, but CR2025 are not that common to have around the house. I ended up stealing one from another remote until I could get it set up with my Harmony Remote. 2. The IR works with the Harmony Remote, but unlike my other devices I can't just jack in with a 3.5mm cable from my IR distribution system so I had to use the included IR receiver. Not a huge thing, but I wish it would work like almost everything else I have with an IR input like that. 3. My Roku Ultra won't do 4k at all with this thing. Granted, I'm not blaming this switch for this, I think it's actually the Roku. I had lots of troubles getting my Roku Ultra to work with my Receiver as well and it took a magic combination of cables and inputs on the Tv and Receiver to get it to work. Once again, I think this is the Roku's fault. Also note that my Roku is at least a 75-85' cable run from the TV. I use Monoprice fiber optic cables though and everything else works except a chromecast ultra, which also has problems. For instance, my Xbox One X has no problem doing 4k@60 with HDR through this. Over all I would recommend this in general. If you are using a Roku Ultra, I think it would work fine over shorter cables, though I have not tested this out.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries;;Frank M. Thompson;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1ZK5BI3CT3CTP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H;;;I bought this switch to switch between my Xbox One S, PS4 Pro, and PC connected to the single 60mhz HDR 4K HDMI port on my TV. All of my HDMI cables are Monoprice Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cables purchased from Amazon. I am currently using a switcher from a Smartoo. While this box works fine I wanted to replace it with the Monoprice switcher because I absolutely love Monoprice products and I want an automatic switcher. When using this box manually with the button on the front it seems to work fine. It passes 4K HDR at 60mhz without a problem. It is fairly slow when switching inputs, about 5 to 8 seconds of black screen before the picture appears on the next input. I can live with that but my current switch box is much faster. It takes about 1-2 seconds to switch. This switch had two dealbreakers for me though. First, the remote only worked occasionally. I would have to press the input buttons anywhere from 2 to 5 times for it to register. I tried to teach the commands to my Harmony and the Harmony said that it learned the command successfully every time on the first try. Unfortunately the Harmony would never communicate with the switch using the learned commands. The second dealbreaker was that auto switching did not work at all. The switch would never try to switch to the active port. I tried everything that I could think of to get it to switch but it just would not ever switch. I tried with auto switching enabled and disabled just in case the setting was somehow reversed but it just never worked. Another thing that I didn't like is that you have to use the plug in IR receiver to use the remote. If you have your switch in a spot where you have line of sight I would rather that the switch just have a IR sensor built in and the external sensor be optional. I have used Monoprice products for many years, since well before most people had heard of them, and this is my first disappointing purchase. Two stars because the switch worked perfectly if you used the button on the front to switch inputs.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;My first disappointment from Monoprice;;MarkU;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1QB4MZUKMOOWX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H;;;Roku stopped playing movies from personal media due to hdcp error. The older TV was from 2007 and not a smart tv and couldn't "authentic" anymore (over hdmi) due to an update the roku got. The non smart tv had no update to resolve the issue since it wasn't sorted any longer. After some research found a product like this would resolve the issue. Well I've used and trusted monoprice products before and it had good reviews. This was an excellent purchase as it resolved the issue without any further issue. It has been used for months without problem. The other solution of course was to replace the TV and frankly it works, no need to replace. Would recommend this product if running into same issue.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;HDCP error? Here's an affordable fix.;;B. Smith;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1HL85PED2A46F/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H;;;I am using this to split one single, from Directv to three different TV's. Works great, does stutter a little, and I lose the picture on the main TV for a couple of seconds when I switch on one of the secondary TV's, I guess that it is search for and checking out resolution, it comes back after a couple of seconds. A small annoyance, but I am normally setting up in advance, so this isn't an issue.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Works great - Splitting Directv to 3 TVs;;William Englefield;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2PT116Y9TV7O6/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H;;;Bought this to split the HDMI feed into separate feeds for the Audio and Video as our new TV does full 4K HDR10, but my AV receiver will only do 4K and not pass thru HDR. Connected fine, but would not send 4K to the TV or receiver and kept down scaling to 1080P. Setup was a bit finicky at best as it would sometimes recognize the HDMI feed and sometimes not respond and I would have to reset/unplug the adapter. I'll be living with just 4K for now and purchasing a new AVR in the near future that can passthru HDR to our TV and not messing around with this or other adapters.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Won't do 4K!!!!;;GHM;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2E4CDUQ7AACKX/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B06ZY6YW4H

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. W. Dietrich - Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2017
works to split to Yamaha rx-v677 and 4K HDR tv
I have an older surround sound system (Yamaha rx-v677) that has 4K pass through but does not have HDR capacity. Used the blackbird to split signal to my 4K HDR Roku TV and to the Yamaha. It worked, had to try each output to see which one would be seen as primary output and now I just select that input on the Yamaha and turn on my 4k HDR Blu-ray player and see the HDR detected indicator on the TV screen. (if just using the Yamaha as pass through would not display a HDR signal detected). I'm using 4K HDMI cables as input from Blu-ray player and out to the TV, but a non 4k HDMI cable to the Yamaha surround sound system, Surround detects 7.1 surround signal and sounds much better then when Blu-ray player was connected directly to the TV and used 5.1 ARC (audio return channel) back to the surround system. Now have great sound and great picture.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Frank M. Thompson - Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018
IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries
I got this because I had to send in my Receiver for repair and I wanted to retain my ability to switch sources in my rack. For the most part it works exactly as expected. I only had two issues: 1. No battery for the remote. IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries, but CR2025 are not that common to have around the house. I ended up stealing one from another remote until I could get it set up with my Harmony Remote. 2. The IR works with the Harmony Remote, but unlike my other devices I can't just jack in with a 3.5mm cable from my IR distribution system so I had to use the included IR receiver. Not a huge thing, but I wish it would work like almost everything else I have with an IR input like that. 3. My Roku Ultra won't do 4k at all with this thing. Granted, I'm not blaming this switch for this, I think it's actually the Roku. I had lots of troubles getting my Roku Ultra to work with my Receiver as well and it took a magic combination of cables and inputs on the Tv and Receiver to get it to work. Once again, I think this is the Roku's fault. Also note that my Roku is at least a 75-85' cable run from the TV. I use Monoprice fiber optic cables though and everything else works except a chromecast ultra, which also has problems. For instance, my Xbox One X has no problem doing 4k@60 with HDR through this. Over all I would recommend this in general. If you are using a Roku Ultra, I think it would work fine over shorter cables, though I have not tested this out.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By MarkU - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
My first disappointment from Monoprice
I bought this switch to switch between my Xbox One S, PS4 Pro, and PC connected to the single 60mhz HDR 4K HDMI port on my TV. All of my HDMI cables are Monoprice Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cables purchased from Amazon. I am currently using a switcher from a Smartoo. While this box works fine I wanted to replace it with the Monoprice switcher because I absolutely love Monoprice products and I want an automatic switcher. When using this box manually with the button on the front it seems to work fine. It passes 4K HDR at 60mhz without a problem. It is fairly slow when switching inputs, about 5 to 8 seconds of black screen before the picture appears on the next input. I can live with that but my current switch box is much faster. It takes about 1-2 seconds to switch. This switch had two dealbreakers for me though. First, the remote only worked occasionally. I would have to press the input buttons anywhere from 2 to 5 times for it to register. I tried to teach the commands to my Harmony and the Harmony said that it learned the command successfully every time on the first try. Unfortunately the Harmony would never communicate with the switch using the learned commands. The second dealbreaker was that auto switching did not work at all. The switch would never try to switch to the active port. I tried everything that I could think of to get it to switch but it just would not ever switch. I tried with auto switching enabled and disabled just in case the setting was somehow reversed but it just never worked. Another thing that I didn't like is that you have to use the plug in IR receiver to use the remote. If you have your switch in a spot where you have line of sight I would rather that the switch just have a IR sensor built in and the external sensor be optional. I have used Monoprice products for many years, since well before most people had heard of them, and this is my first disappointing purchase. Two stars because the switch worked perfectly if you used the button on the front to switch inputs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Smith - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2017
HDCP error? Here's an affordable fix.
Roku stopped playing movies from personal media due to hdcp error. The older TV was from 2007 and not a smart tv and couldn't "authentic" anymore (over hdmi) due to an update the roku got. The non smart tv had no update to resolve the issue since it wasn't sorted any longer. After some research found a product like this would resolve the issue. Well I've used and trusted monoprice products before and it had good reviews. This was an excellent purchase as it resolved the issue without any further issue. It has been used for months without problem. The other solution of course was to replace the TV and frankly it works, no need to replace. Would recommend this product if running into same issue.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By William Englefield - Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019
Works great - Splitting Directv to 3 TVs
I am using this to split one single, from Directv to three different TV's. Works great, does stutter a little, and I lose the picture on the main TV for a couple of seconds when I switch on one of the secondary TV's, I guess that it is search for and checking out resolution, it comes back after a couple of seconds. A small annoyance, but I am normally setting up in advance, so this isn't an issue.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By GHM - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
Won't do 4K!!!!
Bought this to split the HDMI feed into separate feeds for the Audio and Video as our new TV does full 4K HDR10, but my AV receiver will only do 4K and not pass thru HDR. Connected fine, but would not send 4K to the TV or receiver and kept down scaling to 1080P. Setup was a bit finicky at best as it would sometimes recognize the HDMI feed and sometimes not respond and I would have to reset/unplug the adapter. I'll be living with just 4K for now and purchasing a new AVR in the near future that can passthru HDR to our TV and not messing around with this or other adapters.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By J. W. Dietrich - Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2017
works to split to Yamaha rx-v677 and 4K HDR tv
I have an older surround sound system (Yamaha rx-v677) that has 4K pass through but does not have HDR capacity. Used the blackbird to split signal to my 4K HDR Roku TV and to the Yamaha. It worked, had to try each output to see which one would be seen as primary output and now I just select that input on the Yamaha and turn on my 4k HDR Blu-ray player and see the HDR detected indicator on the TV screen. (if just using the Yamaha as pass through would not display a HDR signal detected). I'm using 4K HDMI cables as input from Blu-ray player and out to the TV, but a non 4k HDMI cable to the Yamaha surround sound system, Surround detects 7.1 surround signal and sounds much better then when Blu-ray player was connected directly to the TV and used 5.1 ARC (audio return channel) back to the surround system. Now have great sound and great picture.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Frank M. Thompson - Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018
IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries
I got this because I had to send in my Receiver for repair and I wanted to retain my ability to switch sources in my rack. For the most part it works exactly as expected. I only had two issues: 1. No battery for the remote. IT would be fine if it took AA or AAA batteries, but CR2025 are not that common to have around the house. I ended up stealing one from another remote until I could get it set up with my Harmony Remote. 2. The IR works with the Harmony Remote, but unlike my other devices I can't just jack in with a 3.5mm cable from my IR distribution system so I had to use the included IR receiver. Not a huge thing, but I wish it would work like almost everything else I have with an IR input like that. 3. My Roku Ultra won't do 4k at all with this thing. Granted, I'm not blaming this switch for this, I think it's actually the Roku. I had lots of troubles getting my Roku Ultra to work with my Receiver as well and it took a magic combination of cables and inputs on the Tv and Receiver to get it to work. Once again, I think this is the Roku's fault. Also note that my Roku is at least a 75-85' cable run from the TV. I use Monoprice fiber optic cables though and everything else works except a chromecast ultra, which also has problems. For instance, my Xbox One X has no problem doing 4k@60 with HDR through this. Over all I would recommend this in general. If you are using a Roku Ultra, I think it would work fine over shorter cables, though I have not tested this out.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By MarkU - Reviewed in the United States on September 29, 2017
My first disappointment from Monoprice
I bought this switch to switch between my Xbox One S, PS4 Pro, and PC connected to the single 60mhz HDR 4K HDMI port on my TV. All of my HDMI cables are Monoprice Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cables purchased from Amazon. I am currently using a switcher from a Smartoo. While this box works fine I wanted to replace it with the Monoprice switcher because I absolutely love Monoprice products and I want an automatic switcher. When using this box manually with the button on the front it seems to work fine. It passes 4K HDR at 60mhz without a problem. It is fairly slow when switching inputs, about 5 to 8 seconds of black screen before the picture appears on the next input. I can live with that but my current switch box is much faster. It takes about 1-2 seconds to switch. This switch had two dealbreakers for me though. First, the remote only worked occasionally. I would have to press the input buttons anywhere from 2 to 5 times for it to register. I tried to teach the commands to my Harmony and the Harmony said that it learned the command successfully every time on the first try. Unfortunately the Harmony would never communicate with the switch using the learned commands. The second dealbreaker was that auto switching did not work at all. The switch would never try to switch to the active port. I tried everything that I could think of to get it to switch but it just would not ever switch. I tried with auto switching enabled and disabled just in case the setting was somehow reversed but it just never worked. Another thing that I didn't like is that you have to use the plug in IR receiver to use the remote. If you have your switch in a spot where you have line of sight I would rather that the switch just have a IR sensor built in and the external sensor be optional. I have used Monoprice products for many years, since well before most people had heard of them, and this is my first disappointing purchase. Two stars because the switch worked perfectly if you used the button on the front to switch inputs.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By B. Smith - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2017
HDCP error? Here's an affordable fix.
Roku stopped playing movies from personal media due to hdcp error. The older TV was from 2007 and not a smart tv and couldn't "authentic" anymore (over hdmi) due to an update the roku got. The non smart tv had no update to resolve the issue since it wasn't sorted any longer. After some research found a product like this would resolve the issue. Well I've used and trusted monoprice products before and it had good reviews. This was an excellent purchase as it resolved the issue without any further issue. It has been used for months without problem. The other solution of course was to replace the TV and frankly it works, no need to replace. Would recommend this product if running into same issue.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By William Englefield - Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2019
Works great - Splitting Directv to 3 TVs
I am using this to split one single, from Directv to three different TV's. Works great, does stutter a little, and I lose the picture on the main TV for a couple of seconds when I switch on one of the secondary TV's, I guess that it is search for and checking out resolution, it comes back after a couple of seconds. A small annoyance, but I am normally setting up in advance, so this isn't an issue.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By GHM - Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2019
Won't do 4K!!!!
Bought this to split the HDMI feed into separate feeds for the Audio and Video as our new TV does full 4K HDR10, but my AV receiver will only do 4K and not pass thru HDR. Connected fine, but would not send 4K to the TV or receiver and kept down scaling to 1080P. Setup was a bit finicky at best as it would sometimes recognize the HDMI feed and sometimes not respond and I would have to reset/unplug the adapter. I'll be living with just 4K for now and purchasing a new AVR in the near future that can passthru HDR to our TV and not messing around with this or other adapters.