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HDMI Distribution

HDMI stands for "high definition multimedia interface" and was born in 2002 so it's quite an established technology. HDMI signals are sent along multi core HDMI cables from various pieces of equipment to monitors and TVs. HDMI signals can't be split and distributed without the aid of electronic HDMI distributors. Our range of ScatterBox HDMI distributors take one HDMI input then replicates it so the same HDMI signals can be sent to more than one device, perfect for example, for watching CCTV on multiple monitors. Our ScatterBox range have been designed and tested to send both the Video and Audio content to all the duplicated outputs unlike some budget models that don't do audio. The wall mounted design of most models adds that professional touch.

HDMI Splitters

An easy and effective way to distribute your HDMI signals to multiple monitors.

HDMI Extenders

Extend HDMI signals over greater distances over HDMI, Co-ax, CAT5 or LAN. Some models even allow USB mouse and keyboard control of the recorder from the monitor end.

Quads & Switchers

View multiple HDMI inputs at the same time on a single monitor or automatically cycle through inputs to see each one full screen.

Modulators - CCTV To TV

Easy solutions for getting your CCTV feed onto your TV system.

HDMI Adaptors & Leads

Useful range of HDMI leads and adaptors ideal for connecting up CCTV recorders with screens or for general use with TVs.

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HD Digital Modulator - CCTV To TV

The Scatterbox modulator allows you to distribute an HDMI output from your SKY box or your HD CCTV system through your exisitng co-ax aerial system to view images as a digital TV channel.

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HDMI Extender Over Co-ax

This pair of HDMI extenders are a superb problem solver particularly on legacy CCTV installations where you need to run an HDMI signal but only have an RG59 Co-ax in place.

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HDMI Quad & Switcher

Perfect for bigger businesses who want to monitor videos from different AV sources on one screen or need to switch quickly between sources, with no need to use multiple screens.

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HDMI Extender Over LAN With USB Mouse & Keyboard Control

Adding a "KVM" Mule gives you "Keyboard, Video & Mouse" control up to 120m over CAT5, CAT6 or even a LAN. **OFFER** Spend over £300 ex-vat on CCTVmule branded products and get a free patch lead bundle worth £28!!

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Wall-Mount HDMI Splitters

Distributes HDMI Signals Without Loss to more HDMI Devices.

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Wall-Mount 8Ch HDMI Splitter

This 8 way HDMI splitter can take a HDMI feed from up to 12 metres away to replicate it to 8 more HDMI screens another 12 metres away.

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HDMI Extender

Useful ScatterBox extender for HDMI connections, capable of extending any HDMI lead (up to 15m).

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# Quick Links, Manuals & Product Documentation - HDMI Distribution

HDMI over LAN (KVM) TX & RX 

Full Manual (PDF) / (HTML)

Quick Start Guide (PDF) / (HTML)

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM220 / HDM216 / HDM217


HDMI Splitters 1in - 2 & 4ch out - Quick Start Guide (PDF) / (HTML)

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM322 / HDM324


HDMI Extender over Coax  - Full PDF Manual
The above manual covers the following model:
HDM130


HDMI Splitters 1in -  8ch out - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
 HDM308


HDMI Quad & Switcher - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following model:
HDM401


HDMI Switcher 3x1 - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following model:
HDM170


Legacy

HDMI Extender over CAT5 TX & RX - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following model:
HDM160

HDMI MULE CAT5 TX & RX- Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM200 /  HDM180 / HDM190

HDMI KVM TX/RX Down CAT5- Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM210 / HDM182 / HDM192

HDMI Splitter 1in - 2ch out - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following model:
HDM302

HDMI Splitter 1in - 2ch out - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM312

HDMI Splitters 1in - 4 out - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM304

HDMI Splitter 1in - 4ch out - Full PDF Manual

The above manual covers the following models:
HDM314

How do I troubleshoot audio over the HDM220?

If you have purchased equipment to transmit HDMI signals over ethernet cable(s) and are experiencing difficulties you need to carry out fault finding to work out the cause of the equipment not giving you the results you want. With HDMI transmission equipment 99.9% of all causes of non performance can be solved on site and are related to a site incompatibilty, setting or cable issue.

We test HDMI over network extenders we will carry out our tests using a patch cable and known 1080P source and monitor so please ensure you do the same to avoid wasting time and resources.

Follow the steps below to troubleshoot this issue.

Ensure the HDMI cable is securely connected to both the source device, the HDM220 and the TV / monitor. Remove All HDMI Splitters or extenders (other than the HDM220).

NOTES:

Set the TV to the correct video input to receive the signal from the source device.

Set the audio output setting of the source device to output a compatible audio signal.

IMPORTANT:

Make sure the volume is turned up on the DVR. You also may need to go into the menu and select HDMI in the Audio Settings or Audio Coding section to pass the audio to the TV, a good way to see if this is working is by testing the Source direct to a TV (ensure you test all the HDMI cables in the setup with the TX connected direct to the source / DVR, it only takes 1 faulty or incompatible cable to stop Audio over HDMI to not work).

Check if audio output of the source device is not set to Dolby Digital or DTS sound, as the HDM220 only supports PCM. If assistance is needed to change the audio settings, consult the instruction manual or manufacturer of the source device or try another source device

If there is still no sound, perform a power reset on the TV .

If there is still no sound after power resetting the TV, replace the HDMI cable.

The troubleshooting steps listed above should resolve your issue. If you have completed all of the steps and the issue is not resolved, then we would suggest lastly to check the HDM220 and the monitor with another source device which can produce Audio over HDMI.



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