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Distribute any video signal to 2 different video outputs, while maintaining vivid picture quality. Though powerful, this splitter is easy to use; just connect the cables, and you're ready to go! There is no software required, or complicated interface cards to install. This monitor splitter not only distributes, but also boosts your high resolution video signal up to 210 feet. Includes power-saving mode, color-coded connectors for the input and outputs, durable all-metal housing, power and activity LED indicators. Also suitable for XGA, SVGA, VGA, and MultiSync resolution monitors. Daisy-chain multiple units together for even more outputs.
This item works exactly for what it was designed for which is to amplify and split high resolution video signals. For my application 4 ports were more than adequate. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Danny J.
These work pretty well for the money and I'm not really disappointed, but when you get to the highest resolutions and try to split the signal 4 ways you better make sure your... Read morePublished 5 months ago by WB5MGR
Used this in my church to send signal a distance of near 200 feet. Works great!Published 6 months ago by RODERICK
Got this for church to use with our projection setup. We a combination of projectors and plasmas ran with 100ft lossless VGA cable and this greatly improved the quality of video. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Enrique
Great device for duplicating monitors. We have several of them around my office and they work great.Published 11 months ago by Richard Szerman
had a flicker in projector but not in the t.v., used this product several times but was for extending 100' runs we just had reg 6' cords for our applicationPublished 15 months ago by Terry Roy
Man I love C2G products! This little 2 port VGA splitter is great. It does what it's supposed to do, day in and day out with excellent performance. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brad Conner