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Old 04 October 2008, 07:43   #1
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SVGA splitter is OK

hello,

anyone allready use a SVGA spliter without problems and good quality picture,.......

an example:

http://www.national-tech.com/specs/v...10h1-27708.htm

need to found another entry if I will buy a SAM. thinking to add this stuff and put the 2 video output from my amiga (PAL SD/FF and SVGA) on one entry of my monitor and the sam on the second One.
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Old 04 October 2008, 11:10   #2
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I havent used it yet, but want a split cable liek this also..

Hope someone have used it and can recomend, or not.....
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Old 04 October 2008, 13:40   #3
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thinking to add this stuff and put the 2 video output from my amiga (PAL SD/FF and SVGA) on one entry of my monitor
I am not sure if I understand correctly what you are going to try.

This splitter cable can only be used to connect two monitors to one graphics card so that both monitors display the same picture. It can not be used to connect two graphics sources to one monitor.

As you only have one monitor, it is of no use for you IMHO.

If you want to connect two graphics cards to one monitor, you need a switch rather than a splitter.
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hello,

A monitor with 2 video input and all used by the A1200. one for svga voodoo3 and one for DCE SD/FF. soon must add a sam computer ;-) that mean miss a svga input.

I would like to split one of the video signal for the SAM computer.

Also, I need to split the keyboard for the A1200 and The SAM.

About the mouse, I will use 2 mouse because one wizard amiga and soon one usb mouse.

ALL advices greatly appreciated ;-)
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Old 09 October 2008, 21:12   #5
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Philippe: buy a KVM and leave the mouse ports out, simple like that.
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Philippe: buy a KVM and leave the mouse ports out, simple like that.
KVM have too long cables 1,2m to 1.8m and after 1.2m to 1.8m from KVM to monitors. I have allready lots of cables and power supply behind my amiga (soon one new).
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That's just a matter of shorten it. But I assure you this is the piece of hardware you need.
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