bldxyz, again which splitter did you get? Or will both suffice?
See the links in my original message #8 earlier.
Okay: with no promises that this will work for anyone else, since I haven't a clue why this solution works and merely followed the advice to get a powered HDMI-Splitter (HDCP compliant), this is the one I bought, and has worked for me*.1x2 Pigtail HDMI® Splitter
- I haven't even been powering it, since it seems to be working without the power plugged into it. Perhaps that is because I'm not actually splitting the HDMI signal?
- Yesterday, a few times when I turned on the TV, the color was strange (very yellow). I found that switching the input and putting the DVR into standby and back corrected the issue. This may or may not be related to item #1, the fact that I haven't plugged in the splitter's power adapter.
- When first connecting the splittler, it didn't display anything on the screen when I used position 1 in the splitter, but it did for position 2.
Again, no promises that it will work for anyone else.
Edited by bldxyz, 30 April 2012 - 11:44 AM.
made what I said a little clearer