VSW04202 HDMI 2.0 Switch 4x1+1 HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech
VSW04202 HDMI 2.0 Switch 4x1+1 HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech
VSW04202 HDMI 2.0 Switch 4x1+1 HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech
VSW04202 HDMI 2.0 Switch 4x1+1 HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech
VSW04202 HDMI Switch 4x1 + HDMI HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech
VSW04202 HDMI Switch 4x1 + HDMI HD-Audio Extractor - FeinTech

VSW04202 HDMI 2.0 Switch 4x1+1 with HD-Audio Extractor

Distribute 4 HDMI sources to 1 display and extract the sound via HDMI, Toslink or jack to a sound system
  • Supports Ultra HD resolution up to 4K 60Hz HDR and Dolby Vision
  • Supports the output of HD sound formats such as Dolby Atmos via the HDMI audio output
  • With HDMI ARC Audio Extractor to output the sound of the TV or the source to a sound system via Toslink
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1x VSW04202 HDMI Switch
1x remote control (including battery)
1x power supply
1x user manual

For operating an old AV receiver with a 4K TV or video projector
  • 4x2 HDMI switch with 4 HDMI inputs and 2 outputs, allows connection of up to 4 HDMI sources to the TV with automatic switching of inputs (auto-switching can be switched off), as well as HDMI output for a sound system.
  • With HDMI audio port and audio extractor, delivers HD audio via HDMI for an AV receiver or soundbar, e.g. Dolby Atmos/ DTS-HD sound format; or delivers analogue stereo audio to headphones/ powered speakers; or delivers digital 2.0/5.1 audio via SPDIF
  • Supports HDMI 2.0B with 4K@60Hz YUV 4:4:4 Ultra-HD 2160p as well as HDR10, HLG-HDR and Dolby Vision, backwards compatible with low resolutions
  • Manual switching of audio EDID via Audio Mode switch
  • ARC (Audio Return Channel) for output of TV sound via digital output (no output of ARC via analogue output or via HDMI)

This HDMI switch allows you to connect up to 4 HDMI sources to one TV HDMI input. In addition, it delivers the audio signal via HDMI for an AV receiver or soundbar, e.g. in Dolby Atmos or DTS-HD sound format. Alternatively, analogue stereo sound can be transmitted to headphones or active speakers. Or digital 2.0/5.1 sound via SPDIF Toslink.

The switch supports HDMI 2.0b with 4K@60Hz Ultra-HD as well as HDR10, HLG-HDR and Dolby Vision. It is backwards compatible with low resolutions. The Audio EDID can be changed manually via Audio Mode switch. The Audio Mode switch allows you to set the audio format that the HDMI source provides - if the audio track is available. Note that the same sound format applies to all outputs. Very few televisions can process 7.1 sound and then remain mute. With HD audio, no output is possible via SPDIF or analogue.

Note: The sound system must have a real HDMI input for operation. Operation with only HDMI-ARC is not possible. Not suitable for Sonos or Bose Soundbar.

If the switch is to be operated on a new Panasonic TV that supports both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, a firmware upgrade is necessary (only then!). Please specify when ordering.

Customer reviews

Based on 9 reviews
All working as expected

All working as expected

Solves problems with older AVR's

Unfortunately, the purchase of a 4K TV brought with it the problem that I could not loop the 4K (4K, HDR(10/10+) or Dolby Vision) signal through my old AVR (only 1080p was possible there) and with it that HDMI video/audio signal didn't get into the TV (through the AVR). Some manufacturers of UHD-BR players have reacted to this and are giving their device a second HDMI output, with which the sound can be passed on separately to the AVR and the image signal can run directly into the TV via the first HDMI output. Anyone who calls an Apple TV their own is not one of them. So a solution was needed. With this device, Fein-Tech offers an elegant and cost-effective solution. You can connect 4 HDMI (image and sound) sources to the Fein-Tech and split the signals there into (4K) image and sound and then send the high-resolution image signal to the 4K TV and the sound signal to the ( older) AVR. It all works without any problems and you can continue to use your older AVR.

The (hopefully finally) perfect HDMI switch

I've worn out quite a few HDMI switches from a wide variety of manufacturers over the past few years. All of them had dropouts in picture and/or sound for a short or long time. Except for a Tendak 5x1, which was no longer sufficient for my Playstation 5 on a new Samsung 4k monitor due to the limitation to a maximum of 4k/30hz. Unfortunately, the successor Tendak 4x1 with 4k/60hz wasn't really great - the 1st broke after a few days, the 2nd worked so far, but had a few minor dropouts. During the research that followed, I came across the device from FeinTech. (After all, a supplier who is not based in China!) In principle, the rough data is similar to that of the Tendak. 4k/60hz, 4x HDMI-In, 1x HDMI-Out, Toslink output. In addition, as a really fine thing, the Feintech also has an audio HDMI out, which sends a blue image to the receiver along with all the audio information. When unpacking the small device makes a very valuable impression. The remote control.... well, it does its job as it should. I taught my universal remote directly, which works perfectly with the switch. Then first unplugged the Tendak and connected the FeinTech. I still had one HDMI input free on my Yamaha V-773 receiver, so the connection via the optical cable itself is superfluous. As a test, I leave the previously connected Toslink switch connected for the time being. The first impression in the company is definitely 1a. All 3 Playstations (3, 4 Pro and 5) run as they should right away. The 4 and 5 series easily recognize that instead of 5.1, 7.1 output would also be possible. (However, you have to do the video and audio settings again on the PS5, because it thinks the monitor is a new device by changing the switch and switches to TV 2.0 output by default.) The old Tendak is hanging on the 4th input 5x1, to which various retro consoles are connected via OSSC as well as an XBox360 and an NES via another HDMI converter. Everything works exactly as it should. The only small drawback, which seems to be related to the optional automatic input selection, is that the FeinTech switch does not transmit image and sound for a moment when switching on a device 2 or 3 times. Therefore, the picture flickers briefly at first and the sound has dropouts for a few seconds. However, if I turn off 'Auto' and manually select the input beforehand, this doesn't happen after turning it on. Therefore (for me) bearable. If the FeinTech switch can hold out in the long term, I've finally found the HDMI switch that's perfect for me.

Picture and sound drop out

Unfortunately, there are always picture dropouts. I've now connected everything directly and the disturbances have stopped. Unfortunately, the separation of picture and sound does not work permanently. Pity!

Please contact our service and let us know exactly which devices are connected. Often it is an HDMI cable. We have listed general tips for fixing dropouts in the blog.

very good item. ideal for xbox/series ps5 4k60 hdr10

ideal for xbox/series, ps5

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