VGA splitter - Three inputs to Two outputs?

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  1. Dancharles08

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    Hello

    I currently own a projector and TV with VGA input

    What I'd like to do is have a switcher box with three inputs ((Xbox, Mac mini (2006) and Sky) I already own HDMI - VGA converters for Xbox and Sky, and a DVI to VGA converter for the Mac) and be able to choose between these on two displays without having to change cables manually.

    Has anyone got any ideas/ input/ experience of something similar?

    Many thanks
     
  2. Joe Fernand

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    You require a VGA Matrix if you wish to be able to view different sources simultaneously on your two display devices.

    Kramer would be our first choice when supplying a budget solution – though still relatively expensive if you are hoping for a very low cost solution.

    VP-4x4K - Fixed I/O - Kramer Electronics

    If you can limit the system to choosing one Source to be mirrored on both Displays a less costly 3x2 Switch/Distribution Amp would fit the bill.

    VP-32K - Single Output - Kramer Electronics

    Joe
     

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