Send your VGA output to two separate Screens - Perfect for Multi-display applications like Store Displays, Public Venues or Business Presentations.
This passive VGA 1x2 Splitter provides a simple and in-expensive solution to duplicating a VGA video signal to show on two displays. Capable of duplicating resolutions of 1280x1024@60Hz and beyond, due to the nature of passive splitting cables, you can expect good picture quality at lower resolutions, and some image quality loss as the resolution increases.
This VGA Splitter cable features a Male plug for connection to the source device, and two Female sockets for attaching VGA cables
of your chosen length, to complete the setup.
This Passive VGA Splitter cable takes One VGA Input (Male) and duplicates the signal to Two VGA Outputs (Female). With a length of 30cm this cable is ideal for use at home or connect it to longer VGA cables to send the signal to multiple areas or multiple rooms.
No setup is required just plug and play and away you go! The Male end must plug into your source device, and the female ends can be connected to your displays, generally with short lengths of regular VGA cable or a Gender Changer.
Please refer to the connectors on each of your devices/cables to ensure you are matching your Male plugs with matching Female sockets and visa-versa.
For best results, a Powered VGA Splitter is recommended for stronger video signals, over longer distances, as the is always a greater loss of signle strength when 'Passively' splitting a video signal.
- Cable Chick 5 Year Warranty!
- 1x VGA (Male) to 2x VGA (Female) Y-Cable
- Simple plug-n-play VGA duplication!
- Suitable for all VGA resolutions
- Colour: White with Blue plugs
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