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Multiple TV's - same signal

I'm a new small business owner and plan to install several LCD tv's throughout my store. Can someone tell me what I will need to split a signal coming from a single DVD player to the TV's located throughout the store? Will I need a special DVD player?...or just a signal splitter?
Thanks.

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In reply to: Multiple TV's - same signal

There are a number of audio/video "splitters" available.

Generally they will take the input from your dvd or other source, and send it out to many TV's.

An example from Kramer electronics

http://www.kramerelectronics.com/indexes/item.asp?desc=151

This unit does composite video with audio. There are all sorts of configurations available.

Depending on picture quality you expect to get, and if you want a cheaper solution, you could always just modulate the dvd signal to a TV channel and run regular coax cable from a cable splitter.

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