Yes you will need a line amplifier if you connect many sources or you'll have the same situation happen.
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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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..
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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