An amplifier that's used to split a sigle audio signal into multiple signals which are all equal to the original. This allows a single signal to be split so it can drive many pieces of equipment with the same signal. The most common use is so that many power amplifiers can be fed with the same input signal.
Electronic device used to connect an input to and switch between multiple outputs while also amplifying the signal for longer transmission.
This device amplifies and distributes an audio or video signal to multiple outputs, such as several video monitors or recording devices. This device allows the maintenance of the original signal's output impedance to avoid mismatches which could reduce the power required to properly drive the signal's end point.
An amplifier that keeps a projector's signal noise free over a long distance.
A device that amplifies and transmits a video or computer signal using shielded coaxial cable, especially over more than a few dozen feet, to prevent signal degradation or electrical interference. Can also send a signal to multiple projector devices.
a low-power amplifier, usually running at line-level, designed to split a balanced input signal into several outputs with high-current line drivers capable of driving very long cable lengths
a product that distributes multiple outputs from a single source input
a type of amplifier that is mounted indoors, usually
converts a single output to multiple outputs without losing signal integrity.
Amplifier that allows one video or audio signal to be sent to several pieces of equipment simultaneously.
An amplifier used to maintain a clean noise free signal to the projector over significant distances. Even with good heavily shielded cables, range of video and computer signals is limited to a few dozen feet before noticeable degradation. In ceiling mount situations, where the wiring may pass along side or across electrical conduits, etc. a distribution amp may be needed with shorter distances. Many distribution amps can also split the signal into 2 or more amplified signals for driving multiple projectors, projectors and monitors.
A device that provides several isolated outputs from one looping or bridging input, and has a sufficiently high input impedance and input-to-output isolation to prevent loading of the input source.
A device used to send a single video input signal to multiple video output devices
A distribution amplifier allows one source signal to be amplified and distributed over significant distances, through multiple outputs.
An amplifier used to maintain a clean noise free signal to the projector over significant distances. Even with good heavily shielded cables, the range of video and computer signals is limited to a few dozen feet before noticeable degradation. Often projection using ceiling mounted equipment, a distribution amp may be needed even with shorter distances to eliminate the interference caused by electric conduits and equipment in the ceiling near the signal cable. Many distribution amps can also split the signal into 2 or more amplified signals for driving multiple projectors, projectors and monitors.
A device used to replicate an input signal, typically providing six or eight outputs, each of which is identical to the input. Useful for providing additional recording and monitoring sources from a single signal. A DA may include additional equalization capabilities.
This is a device that accepts one video input and sends it out to 2 more devices. This is often used in a situation where the signals needs to be split between a number of video monitors or recording devices. 2 or 3 devices can often (but not always) be driven just by splitting the signal with a â€œTâ€ connector, but more that that, and invariably a distribution amplifier is required to give an acceptable signal quality. Digital Versatile Disk (DVD) Sometimes called digital video disk. This is an optical disk the same size as a CD, used for storing data of various formats. Including video, audio and computer data.
An electronic device which accepts a broadcast signal, amplifies it, and then outputs the same signal many times. Essentially a signal copying device
A device that accepts a (video) signal and sends it out to a number of independent outputs.
A device which splits (distributes) one audio and/or video source to several audio/video device inputs. Typically, distribution amplifiers are used in duplication studios where many tape copies must be generated from one source or in multiple display setups where many monitors must carry the same picture, etc.
A device that allows connection of one input source to multiple, isolated (buffered) output destinations such as monitors or projectors.
Active device used to increase the operating level of an input signal. Used in a cable system distribution network to compensate for the attenuation caused by coaxial cable and passive devices.
A powered video splitter that divides an incoming video RF signal for several pieces of equipment (TVs, VCRs) while at the same time amplifying it enough to compensate for losses incurred during the process.