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SIIG's 1x2 Compact VGA & Audio Splitter allows you to simultaneously distribute VGA video signal from a single source to two VGA monitors with analog stereo audio, delivering vivid picture quality. It supports up to 1920 x 1440 resolutions, VGA, SVGA, XGA, UXGA and multi-sync monitors, analog stereo audio via 3.5mm jacks, and 250 MHz video bandwidth with operating distance up to 50M (164ft).
This compact splitter can be daisy-chainable to expand beyond 2 monitors while maintaining signal strength in all applications. The 1x2 Compact VGA & Audio Splitter is FCC Class B (DoC) and CE regulatory approved, RoHS compliant, and backed by SIIG's limited 3-year warranty.
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