|Nov 17, 2012, 02:48 PM||#1|
connect MBP to 8 TV's, problem with weak signal
For a low budget theatre-art project
I need to connect my MBP (2.3GHz,10.6.8) to 8 old TV's.
I already have a converter ( company LIGAWO) that translates the signal from the mDP to VGA into analog video signal (cinch).
However the signal is not very strong. Connecting more than 3 TV's destroys the image quality too much.
Any advice? Are there suitable signal enhancers? Or is the initial signal already not strong enough?
Are there videocards for MBP available, that I might be able to use instead of the converter?
|Nov 17, 2012, 02:56 PM||#2|
You can also get some external USB video 'cards' that can drive up to 2 monitors each, but that may compromise performance depending what is being displayed.
Not an endorsement of the products below, but a place to start. Make sure that a splitter or switch is amplified, not just a splitter.
Ex = former, no longer. Spurt = a leak, esp. when caused by water pressure. Expert = a has-been drip under pressure.
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