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Cables Unlimited DVI-D Cable Splitter

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Cables Unlimited DVI-D Cable Splitter
This DVI splitter cable provides a fast and easy way to simultaneously connect 2 DVI-D displays to a single digital DVI source. This 12" cable is made from the highest quality components to provide crystal clear video transmissions. With support for high-resolution images, this cable is ideal for presentations.
  • DVI-D cable splitter
  • Compatible with computers and HDTV video sources (satellite receivers, DVD players, etc) with DVI outputs
  • No distortion or attenuation of the signal.
  • Supports DDWG standard for DVI compliant monitors
  • Connectors: DVI-D male to DVI-D female x2
  • Simultaneously connect 2 DVI-D displays to 1 DVI-D source.
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Good for low bandwidth/non-HD video

By Sumdog

from Chattanooga, TN

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  • Good Length
  • Rugged


  • Inconsistent Signal

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    Comments about Cables Unlimited DVI-D Cable Splitter:

    I had used this DVI splitter for an LCD Monitor and a Plasma TV. The Monitor used a straight DVI while the Plasma connected via a DVI-HDMI cable. Both cables were dual-link. In 1920x1080 mode, both screens looked fine so long as I wasn't doing anything too complicated or I was playing simple low-def videos.

    The moment I tried to play something in 720p or 1080p, the video would flicker horribly on the TV. It would often lose and reconnect signal; very annoying. Also, even with low-res video, there would often been green lines appearing.

    On top of all that, the LCD monitor always had to be on. If I turned it off, the TV would lose signal, no matter which device I plugged into the top connector or which device I turned on first!

    Overall, this is pretty worthless unless you're doing something really simple at a low resolution (1024x768 maybe?) But it's really not more than what I'd expect out of a non-powered splitter.

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