Question Multiple inputs to two tvs

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  1. TobyWalters

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    Sorry if this has been posted, I searched around and didn't find this specific question on the forum anywhere.

    I have about 6 devices that I want to be able to switch between two tvs simultaneously. The only HDMI switches that I see on Amazon only have one or two inputs and they don't seem like I'd be able to chose device A on tv 1 and device B on tv 2.

    Ex. I might want to use device A on tv 1 and device b on tv 2 right now. Later I might want to use device b on tv 1 and device a on tv 2

    Is there anyway to do what I'm looking for?
    Thanks in advance
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  2. celtic1967

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    Sounds like you are wanting a matrix
     
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    As above you will require an HDMI Matrix - Multiple Inputs to Multiple independent Outputs.

    Do you have an AVR or Soundbar in the system?

    Do both TV's support the same range of Video formats?

    How long are the HDMI cables from the Matrix to TV going to be?

    Joe
     

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