[rescue] VGA signal amplifiers
Paul M. Hortiatis
ph009j at mail.rochester.edu
Thu Jul 31 18:29:28 CDT 2003
I have seen products that will take a single video input and will generate
the individual siginals to build a video wall. i have seen them in
A/V magzines. I don't rember the manufacturer but i will try to find them.
As far as cabeling goes, i use 2 sets of 5 bnc cables each which are 30
feet long off a current dual head video card with a rgb fan out cable for
each head, i run each head at 1200 X 1600 @ 72hz on a pair of 21" CRTs. i
belive i have linked the two cables together with out a problem but i
can't be compleatly sure.
On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Matthew Haas wrote:
> On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Bill Bradford wrote:
> > I have an ATen box that does this; takes in one input, provides eight
> > (powered) outputs.
> 8 powered outputs mirroring the single input?
> I will check them out nonetheless.
> > http://www.aten-usa.com/products/productselect.php?Category_ID=89
> > I have the precursor to the VS138 (I think mine is the VS108).
> > Works great. If you're doing high-resolution stuff (> 1024x768) be
> > sure and use good shielded cables.
> Thanks, it sounds like shielded cables are the way to go.
> Matthew Haas
> Corning/Geneseo, NY
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