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    I remember when i setup my screens for the VGA, i tried to use splitters. For every splitter I connected, the first few screens would start to loose brightness. I eventually went to powered VGA splitters to correct the issue.

    I was wondering, will the same thing happen with component? Basically I want to connect all the screens for Playstation 2 and anything external I want to connect. Has anyone tried this? I have never seen a powered RCA splitter so I assume it doesnt happen?
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    Yes you will need a line amplifier if you connect many sources or you'll have the same situation happen.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by that_kid View Post
      Yes you will need a line amplifier if you connect many sources or you'll have the same situation happen.
      but I wonder what I can use? I have never seen a rca amplifier.
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      • #4
        You can use something like this from parts express. they have other one's available as well that shouldn't cost as much.

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        • #5
          First, component video is the HD video where there are 3 wires just for picture.

          The PS2 is using a simple yellow composite connection. They're easy to mix up since the both start with C's.

          If you search for composite video amplifier, you get plenty of results... ex..
          http://www.amazon.com/4-WAY-SHINYBOW...9900978&sr=8-2

          I'm not recommending that item as I've never used it nor have I heard of the manufacture, it's just an example of what you're looking for.
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