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2 Port VGA Splitter 150Hz+, 1xCable

Stock may vary from item pictured. Retail pictures do not guarantee retail products.

Mfr# VSA12

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 23340  
Stock code: BOX-VS-A12
Manuf. code: VSA12
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  • Compatible for use with VGA, SVGA & multi-sync monitors
  • Duplicate one signal input to multiple outputs
  • Ability to be cascaded , increasing the total number of video outputs
  • Effective transmission distance: 65m/210ft
  • Automatic power-save when signal is lost
  • Clear images

    Warranty Information:

    Manufacturer arianet
    Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
    Manufacturer Website
    Manufacturer Phone 0906 47 00 309
    Warranty Period (yrs)1
    Aria Warranty Only? Yes

    Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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    Question  Extended Monitor capable? by MattW

    Will this simply just display the same output on 2 monitors or can it be configured to use the 2nd monitor as an extended desktop?

    Answer by gavin on Wednesday, May 19, 2010
    It just displays the same output on 2 monitors.

    Question  VGA? by Benjo

    Hi, I know this is a SVGA splitter, but is there a limit to the highest res it can work with? IE will it work with 2 Widescreen projectors running 1440x800? Thanks

    Cracked it! by Pete B.

    Just had to re-set the resolution to 800x600 then I was in business! Good piece of kit, good value.
    Pete B.

    Nearly but not quite... by Pete B.

    Just connected this up, and although my monitor is still fine, the LCD TV (LG32"-RGB input) shows the XP splash screen, then bombs out with a 'no signal' message on it's screen. I've connected up the TV directly to the PC, and same-o same-o. So it seems as if there's something not configured right with the TV (nothing to change), or my PC (a 2yr old AriaNet item - MSI mobo, video on-board, no video card)
    Any suggestions?

    Comment by Martin

    are you likely to get more of these in stock

    Response by Nick
    5 on the way as we speak