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Old 11-28-2007   #7
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Default Re: Which HDMI switchers would you recommend?

Folks,
Forget about Gefen.......no product support, the tech dept has no clue and they remind me of my cablevision source.....they just don't give a sh--!!!!!!! I'd go with OPPO!!! As a perfect example of HONESTY.....I emailed them with a list of my equipment and asked them "what's next"[for the holidays]. The PROMPTLY emailed me back and said "you have the best [OPPO 971HD] of our equipment compatible with yours." No BS, no selll tactics, just PURE HONESTY......How often do you see that. I will support their equipment "for the duration"
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Old 11-28-2007   #8
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The OPPO 31HM-
Advanced 3x1 HDMI Switch 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
Price: $99.00

This has 3 in and one out. Both Audioholics and Secrets consider this the one to to get.

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Default Re: Which HDMI switchers would you recommend?

I've been using one from Siig a maker of computer equipment and works great, also includes a remote.

http://siig.com/ViewProduct.aspx?pn=CE-000012-S1
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I would only go with OPPO or Radiient. Both are excellent quality and not expensive.

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Thanks for the suggestions. I was leaning toward the Radiient from the research I had done. I am glad to see a forum that actually responds with accurate opinions rather than biassed pitches from manufacturers.

Thanks to everyone.
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Default Re: Which HDMI switchers would you recommend?

kennyt I hear you. In general, which brings up a whole other area, cables, traps, and all these other tweaks cost crazy dollars. Its an area in the high end I have always been very leary about.
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