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Looking for an moderately-priced reliable 4in/1out HDMI selector

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Hello all,

Setting up my entertainment nexus, I have need of an HDMI selector. Right now I only have two inputs for it, but within the next year or two I have two more in mind that would go into it, hence the desire for a 4in/1out. I've had an HDMI selector in the past, an iogear thing, but the power supply went out a couple times and it couldn't reliably power itself just from the current through the HDMI stuff themselves.

Absolute max ceiling on price is $80 because that's what Best Buy has for one, but I'd really like to go lower than that--is $40-50 too unreasonable?

Even something as simple as "Oh, AGPtek (or whatever brand name) is reliable and good, just grab anything of theirs" would be helpful because I don't know any of these brands except iogear, whom I'm reluctant to go with again.

Thanks for any assistance,
John
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http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=101&cp_id=10110&cs_id=1011002&p_id=5557&seq=1&format=2

Should be back in stock soon, fits your price point.

I've used Monoprice matrix switches before, they work great! thumb.gif
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