Not really a pc related question but hoping someone might be able to help.I want to connect 2 tvs via scart from 1 scart output socket.If I get a simple 2 way splitter, will I lose quality or do I need a distribution amplifier?If possible want to keep full RGB signal rather than composite.Thanks
What are you wanting to connect to both these TV's
You can readily buy two, three, four (and possibly more) SCART splitters at most TV shops and places that sell SCART cables in general.They're a standard item, and no you don't need an amplifier. Distribution amps as normally understood in TV terms are for signals via coax.
Get a box from maplins or argos they usually support rgb much better than a splitterclick here
I want to connect the tvs to a sky box. I realise I could use the video out scart but that isn't rgb compatible.Without an amp, is it likely that when both tvs are on the picture will degrade? I have seen thisclick here
I'd try the one argos has first providing you can take it back. For the kind of money that one you linked is way too much
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