Re: Which HDMI switchers would you recommend?
I have two different HDMI switchers. One from OPPO--that I use in the bedroom system.
Certified to HDMI 1.3 specification for the highest audio and video quality
Remote control, IR Input and RS-232C
Supports 1080p, Deep Color, and all HDTV resolutions
Long cable support with built-in signal equalizer
The best one I use is from Radiient--in my media room:
Radiient Select-4™ Four-Input HDMI Switch/Repeater--$249
Four selectable HDMI inputs with one HDMI output - the perfect hub for all your HDMI AV sources
Tested and guaranteed performance beyond 1080p and UXGA - future-proof design
Automatic active source selection - detects and switches to the active input automatically
Solves many system-level switching and authentication problems - best-in-class compatibility
True repeater architecture enables 100-foot-long cable length at 1080p
Installer & customer friendly - designed for ease of installation and control via IR or serial port
World-class industrial design, human interface, and remote control design
Designed and manufactured in Silicon Valley USA by the co-inventor of HDMI chip technology
They also have the Radiient Select 4ce for $149.