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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    Okay. Thank you very much for answers ... I will go to the specialist
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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    BIG_DOG thank 4 video!... As I understand it, these things will not help me. Do I need to look for a specific adapter for my AMD? Or is there still another way?
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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    It is desirable that would perform both functions. But first of all one image on two screens.
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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    You know, to be honest, I do not know how best to connect them. I wanted to display an image on two screens. DVI port recommended me, my acquaintance. He also mentioned that the problem can be connected to the splitter. I wrote you here on the forum. Today I heard a version that the problem may be in the difference of the screen extensions ... On another forum, I was told that the problem is with the splitter. I now do not know what to do .... However, I myself tend to the second option. For this, I most likely want to ask for recommendations on a good splitter.
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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    Ow.... Thanks for notice... I forgot this. I use xbox . So... Do you recommended me to buy another hdmi splitter or look for a person who understands this things more?
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    Problem with HDMI splitter

    Hi everyone, All is well if I use a Samsung TV, but if I plug in some small computer monitor with DVI-D input, via a connector adapter, I get nothing. I even tested by plugging the cables directly, without the HDMI splitter, it works fine. One of the monitors, a Fujitsu-Siemens P15-1, reports "frequency out of range" when the cable comes from the splitter. The other kind of monitors, iiyama ProLite PB1705S, doesn't do anything and goes into stand-by mode. I wish I could specify the model of HDMI splitter, but it says nothing specific on it. General things like 8-port HDMI Splitter, made in China and there's a barcode label. Power is 12 Volts. I'm ready to replace it with another one, but how do I know if it will work with my monitors? I can only think of seeking local used ones and trying it out before buying.
  7. Mama mia! "Soviet" , Kim Jong Un ... Is this the department for the polythetic meetings of tyrants?
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    Hi from Montreal!

    Hi! My name is Hercule. I am a French Canadian. So my English isn't on a perfect level I am 23. Office worker. Nice to meet you here!