For destinations within the European Union (EU), delivery will usually be made within two to five working days of despatch, depending on service and country.
Orders received and accepted before 3.00pm (CET) will be despatched on the same working day, subject to availability.
We offer fixed rate delivery costs to most mainland EU countries. The delivery costs to each country are shown in the table below.
If the country you require is not in the list or if you are a Business (Trade) account holder, please contact us, and we will calculate the delivery cost for you.
This product has been discontinued and replaced by Part No 38248.
Connect and switch up to 8 HDMI devices to 8 displays or projectors
Supports video resolutions up to 4K 60Hz and High Dynamic Range
Push button, IR, RS-232 & IP Control for flexible, professional switching
HDCP 2.2 compliant for issue-free playback of 4K content
2 year warranty
The Lindy 8x8 HDMI 2.0 18G Matrix Switch is a high quality, professional solution for connecting and switching 8 HDMI source devices to 8 4k Ultra HD displays.
With support for resolutions up to 4K 60Hz 4:4:4, and additional support for High Dynamic range, video content can be viewed with superior clarity, enhanced brightness and a much wider colour gamut, perfect for eye-catching digital signage in retail, professional residential installations or engaging multi-display educational settings.
HDCP 2.2 support ensures there are no playback issues of 4K content, while an in-built EDID management system allows for seamless compatibility with the connected displays. This matrix also provides several flexible control options for the user, ensuring a hassle-free yet professional user experience.
The unit itself can be controlled manually via push button switching, while the included remote control allows the user to have convenient control over multiple videos and audio formats from a distance, great for trade show demonstrations or training presentations, while the RS-232 and IP connections can be used for professional PC control of the matrix, or integrating it into other automated PC control systems.