Hall Research: 1x2 VGA Distribution Amplifier with Audio
- Uses 500 MHz video amplifiers for clear and crisp image
- Splits both Video and Audio
- Isolated audio input provides immunity to ground loop noise
- EDID routing switch (internal or from downstream monitor)
- Compact sturdy metal case
- Can be powered from VGA source (some sources may not provide power on their VGA output)
The Model 200A is a 2-channel VGA distribution amplifier (splitter) with stereo audio and EDID routing and emulation capabilities.
The RGBHV (VGA) input video signal is terminated and amplified for driving each output. The 3.5mm audio input is ground isolated to prevent ground loop noise and hum and is also amplified for driving each output.
The EDID (Extended Display ID) data that the video source sees can be routed from the LCD connected to OUTPUT #1, or emulated using internal EDID memory in the splitter. A recessed 2-position switch is used to determine the EDID routing. The internal EDID is generic and designed to render an image on most displays (please see the Downloads tab for EDID details). To change the internal EDID, additional EDID programmer hardware is required (Model USB-EDID-HD15)
Video:Connectors Input and Outputs: HD15 female, Coupling: DC, Max Signal Level: 1 v p-p, Bandwidth: DC to 500 MHz, Input impedance: 75 ohms on RGB, 5K ohms on H,V
Audio:Connectors Input and Outputs: 3.5mm (mini-stereo), Coupling: AC,, Max Signal Level: 2 v p-p, Bandwidth: 10 Hz to 20 KHz, Input impedance: 5K ohms
Dimensions:W x D x H: 4 ¼ x 2 ¾ x 1 ¼ inch
Temperature:Storage: - 40° to + 158°F (-40° to + 70°C) Operating: + 32° to + 122°F (0° to + 50°C)
Power:6 vDC, 300 mA