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I am wondering if their are any device out there that can take 2 incoming HDMI signals and mix them to one side by side PIP signal going out.

What I want to do is send both my Dish and HTPC side by side to my projector. be able to be on the computer and watch TV at the same time.
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The Lumagen Radiance XD and XE units will do this.
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Thanks, looks like a great unit. But way more then what I really need. I don't really need all the video processing that it can do. But I was afraid that to do what I want I would have to spend a lot of dollars on an all out video processor. So I guess I will just have to do with out if I can't find a chear answer. Would be a good thing to build into a pre/pro.
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Thanks, looks like a great unit. But way more then what I really need. I don't really need all the video processing that it can do. But I was afraid that to do what I want I would have to spend a lot of dollars on an all out video processor. So I guess I will just have to do with out if I can't find a chear answer. Would be a good thing to build into a pre/pro.

Would indeed be handy to keep an eye on the cricket [or gridiron ] as I used to do with a lg hd pvr ; [so its not expensive to implement at all] .
Something the cary 11v can do to ; though reliability and cost most probably not

http://www.caryaudio.com/products/cinema/cinema11v.html
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I am also looking for a simple 2 Component Input, 1 Component output with Side-by-Side for like $200 or so. Cannot find.
DVDO is working on a new Matrix Switcher that has 6 component inputs and the output(s) has 5 small PIP windows over one full screen. Seems they could provide a side-by-side option in addition to the 5 PIP on one.
I have written them asking about this, no reply, perhaps you could do the same at:
help@dvdo.com
An short article in Home Theater:
.hometheater.com/content/dvdo-6x2-matrix-switcher add the www
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Many old pro seamless swtichers on Ebay have this. I have a device from Aurora, I think the dido. Good for cooperative games....
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