Multiple TV's to a DVD player

April 13, 2009 at 20:00:54
Specs: Windows XP
I hope you can help. This scenario is in a retail store. There is no cable or satellite TV. There are 10 TV's that need to be hooked up to a DVD player and all will be playing the same movie at the same time. What devices do we need to make this happen? What is the maximum number of TV's we can run through one DVD player before the picture quality is affected?
Thank you for any help!

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April 13, 2009 at 21:44:36
Search the web for: Audio Video Distribution Amplifier
They can be daisy chained together - one set of outputs to the input of the next one.
The signal is amplified so the number of TVs you can connect is unlimited.

Lot of 5 - RCA Audio Video Distribution Amplifier $70
4 outputs - isn't clear if price is for each or all 5

Cables To Go 4-Output RCA Audio/Video Distribution Amplifier $70
these amps can be daisychained together for an unlimited number of television connections

Cables To Go 4-Outlet Audio/Video + S-Video Distribution Amplifier $100

Comprehensive 1x10 High Resolution Video Audio Distribution Amplifier (with Looping) $459

Niles Audio VDA-6 Video Distribution Amplifier 6 Output
Video only $125

Component Audio/Video HDTV Distribution Amplifier
9 outputs Audio and HDTV component video only $210

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April 13, 2009 at 22:06:12
If your goal is to sell TVs, then you should buy an amplified component video distributor, rather than a composite or S-Video unit. Composite and S-Video look horrible on large LCD/plasma TVs. You should have no problem running ten sets through an amplified distributor.

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April 14, 2009 at 07:04:05
Thank you very much for the response AND how quickly you responded! The information you gave should help us out considerably!

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