These DVI splitters send one or 2 DVI signals to up to 10 mirrored DVI devices depending upon the one you buy. In order to use this DVI splitter with an HDCP signal, you must have an HDCP monitor attached.
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1080p rated DVI Splitter Specs:
Four models - 1X2, 1X5, 1X10, and 2X10 - Select Above
High Quality Picture
No Signal Loss and Digital Noise Free
Signal Amplification for signal reliability and long length signal transmission
HDCP compliant at all channels
Supports Bandwidth: 25-165Mhz
Supports Resolution: ATSC HDTV signal 480p, 720p, 1080i/p
Built-In dip switch for adjusts DDC signal conflict
Supports TMDS mode
DVI Bandwidth: 165 MHz (DVI single link)
1X2 and 2X10 Supports Graphic Resolution: Maximum is UXGA(1600*1200)@60Hz, 1080p
Others support resolution: XGA (1024*768), SXGA (1280*1024), UXGA (1600*1200)@60Hz and up to 1080p
The 2X10 has an EEPROM for store user鎶痙isplay EDID data and supports any of the VESA standard with maximum resolutions, User can select factory pre-programmed EDID data or want to use external display鎶疎DID data simply
Input Connector : DVI-D 24p Female
Output Connector : DVI-D 24p Female
Input Channel: 1 or 2 DVI Channels
Output Channel: 5 or 10 DVI Channels
Weight: 5 lbs
Operating Temperature: 0-40 degrees C
Humidity: Less than 80%
This DVI Splitter can be used with:
High definition Dish Network and DirecTV receivers with DVI
High definition TiVo's with DVI outputs
High definition cable receivers with DVI outputs
Upconverting DVD players with DVI outputs
A/V surround sound receiver / preamp with DVI switching
PC's with the correct video card resolution to match the TV's
All HDCP compliant HDTV's
and other similar DVI devices.
This DVI splitter is HDCP Compliant. HDCP (high bandwidth digital content protection) is a standard encoded into the video signal to prevent it from being pirated. If a source device is HDCP coded and is connected to a HDMI display or projector without the proper HDCP decoding mechanism, the picture is relegated to snow or in some cases, very low (480P) resolutions of the images.
In order to see HDTV with HDCP compliance, both the source, the display and any device in between must be equipped with HDMI connections that can enable HDCP, such as this HDMI splitter.
Your video is only as good as the DVI splitter that connects it. Why not buy a DVI splitter today?