It said 3 to 1 but I just thought it was a splitter and I was looking for a 1 to 3 or 1 to 2 really. So the product is not what I needed. Maybe they could have better product description. Explain what its for. Like running 3 things into one and it is a switch not a splitter.
I purchased a new television and it only has 2 HDMI ports and I have 4 devices that require HDMI connections. I discovered this HDMI 3-In 1-Out HDMI Auto Switch with a 1.5 ft. Cable at SF Planet and it solved my problem. Now all my devices are connected to the television and the device works perfectly. I can swith between my cable box, Roku, surround sound and Playstation with ease.
I bought this for my daughter whose 40 inch LCD TV has 1 HDMI connection. I installed it and was able to switch between TV and her Wii game works perfectly. No more disconnecting the HDMI manually. Just press a button and you are all set. Perfect deal for 3 HDMI connections.
HDMI switches expand the number of available HDMI ports on a high definition television allowing connection of cable boxes, Blu-ray players, and game consoles. A side benefit is that cable clutter is also eliminated by running a single HDMI cable to your HDTV from a switch and relocating the HDMI ports to a concealed location. The problem with most HDMI switches is that you have to either get up to push a button, or hunt for the remote control, to switch sources. The true mark of any great switching component is an ability to perform its function and remain transparent in its operation. This automatic HDMI switch is a plug-and-play away from offering everything you are looking for in an HDMI switch. Select a single output from up to three devices for signal delivery to your HDTV. Smart operation provides complete control for connect-and-forget operation. Powering on a device gives it output priority over the other devices. By powering down the device in use, output priority is returned to the last powered on device. Note: Auto switch function only works for components that do not output continuous voltage over HDMI port when turned off.