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Does is this work?

Discussion in 'Home Theater Audio' started by Movieman, Nov 29, 2009.

  1. Movieman

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    It should. Just remember that is for splitting a source for multiple outputs, such as feeding multiple TV's from on receiver. Also, remember that anytime you split a signal, it can cause a degradation in the signal, although it is not always noticeable.

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  3. Movieman

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    Would the degradation be noticeable if im only using one device at a time? Since my tv only have 2 HDMI inputs was going to use this to turn 2 inputs into 4. I love my Directv PQ so dont want to loose any of it.
     
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    Yes, the degradation would occur whether or not you are using the inputs at the same time or not. However, as I stated, any degradation would probably be so minimal that it would not be noticed.

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    Personally,I'd go with a switch as well. Monoprice has a wide variety at quite reasonable prices.
     

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