Tendak 1X2 4K HDMI Splitter with HDMI Audio Extractor + Optical and R/L Audio Output Powered Splitter 1 in 2 Out Signal

(10 customer reviews)



Dual Monitor HDMI Splitter

1 In 2 Out HDMI Splitter

1 In 2 Out HDMI Splitter

Distributes 1 HDMI input signal (Sky HD, Blu-ray, PS3, Xbox 360, 3D HDTV) to 2 HDMI output displays (HDTV, Plasma, LCD, Projector) at the same time

1 In 2 Out HDMI Splitter

HDMI Aduio Extractor

4K HDMI Splitter

Powered HDMI Splitter

Additional information

Weight 124.74 kg
Dimensions 2 × 6.8 cm




Part Number


Compatible Devices

‎Gaming Console

Special Features

‎Support digital audio format DTS-HD/Dolby-True-HD/LPCM7.1/Dolby AC3/DTS/DSD, Support resolution up to 4K x 2K, Compatible with HDMI 1.4 or previous version, support 3D

Display Type

‎CRT LCD LED full-array LED-backlit LED-sidelit OLED Plasma

Colour Screen


Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Number of Ports


Includes Remote


Item model number


Product Dimensions

‎8.5 x 2 x 6.8 cm; 124.74 Grams



Date First Available

24 August 2016


‎Tendak, ‎ztendak

10 reviews for Tendak 1X2 4K HDMI Splitter with HDMI Audio Extractor + Optical and R/L Audio Output Powered Splitter 1 in 2 Out Signal

  1. Lockdog

    Works with Ruku to Monitors and Speakers
    Using this with my Roku player to split the HDMI out to two monitors. I have a 3 monitor for my work computer, home computers, and the Roku. When I use the Roku device, it’s not always displayed on the same monitor, since I switch between using different combinations of single or dual monitors for the two computers. This means I can’t use the audio out port from just one of the monitors. The audio out on this splitter let’s me run the audio to a set of external 2.1 speakers. It works great and glad I purchased it.

  2. KDB

    Worked great for 1 year…
    This worked great for 1 year but then I started getting a loud hum on the L/R audio output going to my stereo receiver. Fortunately the optical audio (toslink) output works fine so I switched to that and the hum disappeared. Had to buy an $18 toslink cable (35′) to make that happen, however.

  3. Stephen John kimble II

    Works as it should, easy setup
    This is the 3rd splitter I’ve owned, so far so good. I am using this splitter to send A signal to a projector and a soundbar using HDMI. The first first splitter I purchased (different brand) ran the audio and video okay but did not play well with my HDMI switcher which feeds a signal to it. My second splitter would have video but the audio would constantly go in and out. Both old splitters were cheaper (15-20$) I decided to spend a little more and it has been worth it. No issues at all with audio or video, also handles switching between various signal inputs. Happy with the purchase.

  4. alf teran

    lo que buscaba

  5. Jarrett Coggin

    Worked great until it died
    Product worked great for a little over a year. Had zero issues until it just died, which very well could have been my fault by accidentally plugging in a 12v power supply into this. It still looks and acts like it’s working, but I’ve came to the realization that it doesn’t after 5 days of troubleshooting in a variety of ways.Giving it 4 stars because there was no way to tell from the device that it had stopped working or that I had supplied it with too much power.

  6. J. M. Wilson

    Easy to install and works as advertised.
    Was able to insert splitter between cable box and TV to gain an optical output in order to hook up Sennheiser Headphones which allowed me to use the ARC audio out from Samsung TV to a Sonos ARC soundbar. TV has an optical out plug and an ARC out plug but apparently TV will not output sound through both at the same time. Splitter solved the problem. Splitter has only been installed for a week so I cannot attest to it longevity or reliability but so far so good.

  7. Kevin W

    Close to great… But audio sync issues for me
    It’s cheap and great depending on what you need but I finally tracked down audio sync issues I was having (persistent minor delay that would get worse over time) to this device. Finally bought a long rca cable (in addition to the hdmi cable) to run sound directly from the projector to the amp and problem was solved.

  8. Thomas M. Stambaugh

    Great for what it is — does NOT support ARC!
    I’ve used this product daily since purchasing it in 2019. It has worked flawlessly for extracting high-quality audio from its incoming HDMI stream.Sadly, it does NOT handle the ARC return channel when connected to an ARC-capable TV. Now that I have multiple HDMI video streams into the TV, I have no way to extract the audio from more than one.This is a great product so long as a simple extractor/splitter is all that’s needed.

  9. Sam

    Can’t get audio to work right
    This splitter has a switch for 1 or 2 output channels. I set it for two output channels, and the video goes to both of them just fine. The audio settings simply cannot see an audio device at all. One channel goes to the computer, the other to the tv with soundbar. When I switch to one channel, the lit output sends video, the other is disabled. No sound.So I tried running the hdmi cable directly from the computer to the tv, and video and audio were both good (but no video to the computer monitor). Briefly, then:computer->tv, audio is there.computer->splitter->tv, no audio with either 1 or 2 channels enabled.I had a rgbtek splitter that worked great, but it died and is no longer available. I guess I’ll order half a dozen different splitters and return all that don’t work.More information on this problem:1) Tried plugging in inputs (including power) and outputs in every possible order. No go.2) Tried plugging in ONLY the tv. TV sound shows up as selectable sound device, works fine without computer monitor output plugged in.3) Now plugged in monitor output. TV audio immediately disappears as a selectable device.4) Tried setting splitter for just 1 channel. Either channel alone works properly. Both channels together and both outputs plugged in, no sound device could be found.

  10. Vince

    Works perfectly for my complicated setup
    I tried two others before settling on this one. Works perfectly. I have a PC connected to the input, then channel A going to one amplifier input and B going to another. I have the sound split out from the B channel going to a D/A converter for a microphone mixer, then back to the amplifier so that the microphone sound and the PC sound get blended back together at the amplifier. You guessed it, karaoke! It all works perfectly.

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