2 monitors - 1 video source???

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  1. Art Harris

    Art Harris Auditioning

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    I have Mits 46" 16x9 and will be geting a FPTV. I need to run componet cables to both, but only have 1 componet video output on the Denon. How do I split the signal to both TV's without loss of quality?
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    Sound like you need a distribution amplifier of some sort.
    I use a Kramer Electronics PT102S S-video DA in my setup to split the lone TiVo S-video out to my receiver and my S-video VCR.
    I'm not sure who makes a DA for component signals. I imagine somebody does. If I were you I would go look at what Markertek carries. If they don't carry something that fits the bill then try visiting some of the various manufacturer's web sites.
     
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    I know they make active VGA splitters and they might make splitters or switchers specifically for component video. You should be able to use a VGA splitter and three sets of VGA-to-component breakout cables.
     

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