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4 sources in -> 2 outputs

zildjian8987

Standard Member
Hi Guys, sorry if this has been mentioned before, but I couldn't find it.

Anyway...

I have two hi def LCD monitors. They are both hooked to a desktop computer, then one is hooked to a PS3 and cable box also. What I want to do is to be able to flip them around so that any combination can be on either TV. I guess what I'm looking for is something that can take 4 HD sources and route them to two outputs. I'm hoping it is not incredibly expensive if there is a solution...

Each monitor has:
1 DVI
1 VGA
1 HDMI

Audio has already been taken care of, so thats not an issue.

Thanks guys.
 

Dcolman

Standard Member
You should be able to find a converter box to serve your purpose.
 

NonPayingMember

Previously Liam @ Prog AV
If the cable box is HDMI too then you just need 4x2 HDMI Matrix switch such as the Octava at £300.

If you are needing to mix different signal types (scart, component, HDMI) then you will need a seamless switcher which is going to at least double your budget.
 

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