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HDMI Splitter


fabmorejim
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Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system with HDMI out to PC Moniter HDMI in. I also want to connect my SONY TV also with a HDMI and PC connection, all support 1080P. I have been looking at HDMI Splitters but I cannot decide which one is suitable.

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lotvic

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Please close this duplicate post and stick to the other one http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/20/beginners-tech-help/4205391/hdmi-splitter/

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johnashdown123

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There are all kinds of passive and active HDMI Splitter solutions on the market. I would recommend going with a active powered HDMI Splitter solution that is EDID and HDCP compliant. I have used units from KVMSwitchTech in the past and they work well.

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