Audio/Video Splitters Enhance Your Multimedia Distribution
Audio/Video (A/V) splitters are essential in distributing multimedia content across various displays or audio systems. A video splitter is a small box that accepts a single VGA, DVI, or HDMI input and outputs multiple (two to eight in most cases) video and audio signals to computer monitors or displays. It transmits the A/V signals without loss and over a distance. As a result, an A/V splitter can also be used as an extender. With a wide range of configurations, these splitters offer efficient and reliable solutions for commercial and industrial applications.
Video Splitter Selection
Video signal splitters are available in various options such as signal type (VGA, DVI, or HDMI), resolution, number of video outputs, number of audio outputs, HDCP, and distance.
- HDMI splitters are designed to split a single HDMI input into multiple outputs, allowing simultaneous display on multiple screens or projectors. HDMI splitters support 1.2, 1.4, and 2.0 standards and several input and output configurations. These include 1x2, 1x4, and 1x8 to accommodate diverse installation requirements. In addition, these splitters support high-definition video resolutions, including 4K Ultra HD, ensuring crystal-clear visuals for an immersive viewing experience.
- VGA splitters are ideal for applications that require analog video distribution. They allow a single VGA source to be connected to multiple VGA displays simultaneously. VGA splitters offer varying output options, such as 1x2, 1x4, and 1x8, enabling efficient sharing of presentations, videos, and multimedia content across multiple screens.
- Analog Video Splitters. Two older but standard analog A/V formats are Component and Composite Video. Component video is the highest analog picture resolution. It consists of five cables - three for video named Y, Pb, and Pr and two separate cables colored red and white are needed for audio. Composite video is another analog video signal format carrying standard-definition (SD) video (525 or 625 lines) in a single channel. Older devices such as DVD players, video projectors, and flat-screen analog television have analog video inputs, and a splitter distributes the component or composite video signals for professional video production, broadcasting, and multimedia presentations. A component and composite video splitter enables one video source to be easily connected to multiple displays or recording devices, ensuring efficient video distribution.
- Audio splitters are essential for distributing sound to multiple audio systems or speakers. Audio channels are often included with the video splitter and distributed through the HDMI port or as a separate channel, usually a 3.5-mm analog audio jack. Audio splitters offer high-quality audio transmission and excellent sound reproduction.
Our comprehensive range of Audio/Video Splitters caters to various multimedia distribution needs. Whether you require HDMI, VGA, component video, composite video, or audio splitters, our selection offers reliable and efficient solutions. With different input and output configurations, these splitters allow seamless distribution of high-definition video and audio signals across multiple displays and audio systems.
Contact a Knowledgeable Representative
To ensure you choose the right products for your specific requirements, call our networking experts at Westward Sales. They will provide personalized guidance and expertise to help fit the perfect Audio/Video device to the job. Upgrade your multimedia distribution capabilities today with our reliable and efficient Audio/Video Splitters.