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    VGA splitters

    Need a vga splitter capable of displaying resolutions up to 1920x1080 for PC to monitor and projector.

    Feels a bit daft to have to ask but we've used about 4 different variantions in the past and we can't find any of those same models anymore, and those that i can find only state up to 1600x1200. Had 3-4 die on us in these past 2 weeks (albeit they were quite old)

    Tried using the non-powered ones which are suitable where low resolutions are in use (or seemingly when a decent graphics card is in use?) but for most situations they're just not up to the task.

    Any linkies to ones you lot buy please?

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    We tend to use startech USB powered ones, cheap easy & work (including at high resolutions). Solves a common issue of "My Pc isn't working" when the splitter has just been turned off at the wall

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    We've always used LINDY UK in the past, may not be the cheapest but they work.

    2 Port VGA Splitter Pro, 350MHz | LINDY UK
    4 Port VGA Splitter Pro, 450MHz | LINDY UK

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    Plus 1 for Startech 2 port VGA Video Splitter - usb powered, we use around 15 of them here with no reliability issues. good compact solution

    kim

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    Rextron or Kramer.

    KVS-532A - REXTRON - SPLITTER, SVGA, 2 WAY | CPC

    Rextron are amazing value, we used to run whole conferences with dozens of projectors and screens off them.

    VP-200N OR K - KRAMER - VGA/XGA DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER | CPC

    Kramer are the dogs danglies, but will cost you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oaktech View Post
    Duly noted, thankyou!
    @Oaktech - which ones did you buy in the end? Are they any good?

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    I bought the rextron ones from kenable. I'm plenty happy with them. They support the 1440x900 we use.

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