UK's Lindy Launches HDMI Source Selector With Eight Ports

Posted: May 18 2007, 2:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:52am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

UK's Lindy launches HDMI source selector with eight ports
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For the penultimate HD collectors out there, Lindy has released an 8-port HDMI splitter. Off the top of my head, I can't even come up with more than six HDMI devices you may need to have plugged in at once. This is literally for people who really hate regular composite cables.

Seriously, aside from a PS3, Xbox 360 Elite, cable box, HD format player, and Apple TV, what uses HDMI? "LINDY HDMI Splitter, which can be cascaded up to 3 levels, they would potentially have 22 outputs from a single source. This, together with its support for long cable runs, would make it the perfect answer to enable them show off their products in all of their glory," said Lindy's Stephen Fawcett, who really wanted to make the thing seem too redundant.

The splitter is available for a stunning £349.

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