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I am looking for some advice on Quad Screen Splitters. I want to do this in HD and they very exspensive. I dont mind spending the money but want to get the most bang for my buck. Has anyone done this and no the pros and cons. I have looked at a few models, SPLITMUX-DVI-4, Blend PRO Model: R9860400, QuadViewâ„¢XL etc. I need to have this up and running by NFL kickoff.


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I don't know what display you are running, but for the price of the first one you could get four cheap projectors (like 4 InFocus 4805s) with a distribution amp. Those are 854x480, which would be around 1700x960 for 4 games. But, it wouldn't really be possible to switch to one full screen game.


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Hey lostdog, what did you decide on? I am doing a job for a local sportsbar and am facing the same decisions you did/are. My customer wants a quad that will take HD.


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what type of input and output you have/need ?


Will you be using DVI/ HDMI or component?



personally I like Extron products and I think the US retail is around $4500 and can be controlled in many ways if that is priority to you and I used many Extron components and found them reliable.


Those along with the one you mentioned should work.


Have look at:

http://www.smartavi.com/products/4view.htm

http://www.smartavi.com/products/STRETCHER.htm


or something from Extron like

http://www.extron.com/product/produc...444&subtype=35
 

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If your budget will tolerate, Crestron makes a video processor called a DVP4-DI that takes a variety of inputs, ranging from composite to DVI-I, and outputs a DVI-I signal with one to four "windows" on screen at a time. The windows can be dynamically configured as quad or whatever arrangement you like. It has motion adaptive deinterlacing built in.
 

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You should consider the Aurora Multimedia DIDO. You can set it up to do multiple presets in any combination of windows- all in high res. Inputs to DVI-I and out to combinations of DVI-D, RGB, RGBHV, component. Scales to 1080
 
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