Multiple Projectors

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  1. Sparky1981PE

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    We have a large meeting room that can be divided. We want two projectors in the space. Is it possible to have the projectors operate independently when the divider is closed and display the same thing when the divider is open?
     
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    Nada huh?
     
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    Yes it is possible, but depending on your exact requirements, there are many ways to go about this, could be quite cheap, but could get expensive.

    I'd suggest seeking out an AV installer, as they can advise accordingly to meet your requirements, or budget.
     
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    Assuming this is current stuff, it's likely to work on HDMI. If you are happy with a manual switching solution then you could wire it all up with a HDMI True Matrix which will take several inputs and route them to two outputs, one for each projector. Thus you might have two (or more) computers or media players connected to the matrix (call them 1 & 2), and the two projectors (call them A & B). You can then use the matrix to route 1>A and 1>B, or 1>A and 2>B (or vice versa) or 2>A and 2>B; it will do so such that both displays can be on, displaying whichever source(s) you have chosen for each.
     

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