Ultimate VGA Source & Display Control
Send up to 2 x VGA + Audio inputs to any combination of 4 x VGA + Audio outputs in any configuration with instant, independent push-button source switching!
For multi-screen presentations, there's nothing like a True Matrix to make your job easier. Any of four inputs can be independently connected to any or all outputs, in any configuration, so you can keep all your equipment connected and reconfigure it in a heartbeat when the situation changes. Mirror one signal to three screens and run a second image simultaneously to the fourth, then switch them around again to your needs.
With support for VGA resolutions up to 1920x1440, you're covered for full HD 1080p video plus optional stereo audio to any device. Better yet, the powered True Matrix boosts your signals for longer cable runs than before, and can run out to 65 metres at low resolution. Up to 300Mhz video bandwidth!
They can also be cascaded with other matrixes and VGA splitters for a total VGA display solution suitable for use in retail and commercial environments. The main unit has a metal case for extra ruggedness and easy-touch push buttons with LED indicators for switching without line of sight.
2 x Inputs:
4 x Outputs:
2x4 VGA True Matrix features:
- 12 Month Cable Chick Replacement Warranty!
- VGA Matrix Switch: 2 Inputs, 4 Outputs
- Each input/output combines VGA + 3.5mm Audio
- Includes 1 x 1.8m VGA+Audio cable
- Includes quick start guide & Australian mains power adapter
- Requires a Male to Female VGA cable for each connected display (not included)
- 1920x1440 Maximum Resolution
- Compatible with all VGA/SVGA outputs including PCs
- Supports VGA/ SVGA / XGA / SXGA / UXGA/ QXGA and Multisync display
- Unit measures: 200 x 77 x 45 mm
- Colour: Silver
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