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Cloning 1 HDMI to 4 Display?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by ChristTheGreat, Apr 15, 2013.

  1. ChristTheGreat

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    Hey guys,

    We are working on having realtime stats for the Customer service on 4 TV. I was thinking about using 1 or 2 video card, but I would like to know if there is something that you can buy and that clone 1 HDMI signal (from computer) to 4 screen?

    If anyone has an idea, it is appreciated.

    Thanks :toast:
     
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    I already googled (So anyone asking a question or have a problem should google, and don't post on forum ;) ) , but I wasn't sure about the quality of theses products, so that is why I asked if it was really possible or maybe I could get a user experience from here, as sometimes review on Amazon are crap...

    Thanks for the link
     
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    just messing :)

    i don't know the quality of those specifically, but it is easily done and $50 for a 4 way is a reasonable price not too cheap and not too expensive, but enough so that i would worry less about construction.

    It is a relatively simple thing with digital signals, so it shouldn't be too expensive and is easily done.
     
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    I knew it was working for 2 display but not 4.

    That would make it way more simple with this, as we will need a small HDMi card to throw that on the screen. and buy some HDMI cable xD

    I guess for 50$, it worth to try it.
     
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