Originally Posted by Peterpack
Guys, i already have a hdmi splitter which takes the output of my receiver to both my projector (BenQ 1070) and my Plasma (Panny ST60 65 inch)
is adding a Darbee to the chain too many hdmi connections for the video signal ?
Pretty much impossible to predict how that would go for you. That's because in some video chains, popping the Darblet in just before the splitter (or even after the splitter, if you intend the Darblet to service only one display) could work fine.
For others, it might not, with the primary culprit being the potential for introducing HDCP / EDID handshake errors, which are discussed at length throughout this thread.
Myriad factors play into that -- the equipment in service, how it is connected, what it is connected with, the length of the various connections, the number of splitters and switches and everything else that comprise the total video chain.
It might work great, but you honestly won't know until you try. If you're interested, buy from a seller that offers you the right of return, and give it a whirl. Most Darblet owners will tell you that if you can make it work, it is well worth the effort.
Post back with what you do, and good luck.