Originally Posted by KingofKaty
Oppo makes a switcher for taking multiple HDMI sources into one input.
The original post asked about a splitter, for duplicating an HDMI signal to multiple outputs. Oppo doesn't make one of those. I just happen to have 2 splitters. The original Monoprice splitter had a handshake issue peculiar to my Panasonic projector (it worked fine on my other TVs). I got one from Firefold that worked perfectly, Monoprice exchanged with me, so now I have two.
Both Monoprice and Firefold make switches too for about $50.
I have three HDMI switches right now but only use one. The Oppo 3x1 switch, a Radiient Technologies 4x1 switch, and a 4x2 Monoprice switch. Off-hand, I don't know the model numbers of these switches, but the Oppo switch has worked out the best for me. The Radiient had a problem with one of my HDMI devices (Yamaha DVD-c961) on one of its ports (others worked ok), and the Monoprice switch didn't do what I bought it for, which was to distribute a single output from my Z11 to two displays.
I like the Oppo the best as it is the smallest, creates the least unnecessary light in the room (against my projector screen), and just worked right out of the box.
BTW, I attempted to return the Monoprice switch but they failed to return my email once I told them I needed to return it; and I got distracted and forgot to follow up quickly enough.
One final note on this regarding a splitter (which was what I attempted to use the Monoprice switch for). The Radiient Technologies Repeat 6 HDMI Distributor seems to be on fire sale at some places around the net right now (they have apparently gotten out of the business of offering consumer products, based on what I see on their web site). So you can pick up this device at a savings right now. In fact, I just purchased one from overstock.com.