The 1:10 HDMI Distribution Amplifier is the perfect solution for anyone who needs to send one source of digital high definition video to multiple displays at the same time. It supports all HDMI equipment, such as DVD players and satellite set top boxes and all HDMI displays. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a digital point to point interface for audio and video signals. In operation, the digital video source is connected to the distribution amplifier on one side. On the other side, ten HDMI outputs are available to be used in part or in full. Once the unit is connected and powered, your source is routed to up to ten digital displays at the same time. For home theater applications, the unit is HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) compliant, making it effective for use with all HDMI displays. HDCP is a standard inchkeyinch encoded into the HDMI signal to prevent video data from being pirated. HDCP was strongly endorsed by the entertainment industry. If a source device is HDCP coded and is connected to a HDMI display or projector via HDMI without the proper HDCP decoding mechanism, the picture is relegated to inchsnowinch or in some cases, a very low (480P) resolution. In order to see protected content, the source, the display and any device in between must be equipped with HDMI connections that can enable HDCP using inchsoftware keyinch decoding. HDMI 1.3 Features: Lip-Sync Pass Through, 225 MHz (up to 12 bit YUV 444 supported @ 1080p), Deep Color Supported (XV Color Supported), Color Space Conversion Supported, Dolby TrueHD & DTS Master Supported, CEC Pass Through.