How to use CVBS video splitter to connect two monitor screen headrests for sun visor roof mount display
Sometimes, we have to need the same signal source to connect multiple monitors, not the HDMI interface, but CVBS video input.
For example, when two headrest monitors or Sunvisor displays are installed in the car or roof mount monitors in the bus. The source video signal comes from one head unit or DVD player, but how to divide the video signal into two or more monitors?
This requires the use of CVBS video splitter A-100. It has a built-in signal booster, amplifier inside, and anti-interference characteristics. After the signal is divided, the display will not have snowflakes and still maintain a clear and stable picture.
Here we show you the video output test on the oscilloscope, the waveform is very stable.
Now we show you how to connect two headrest monitors by the video splitter. Firstly, give the video splitter the power, It supports 12~24V in the car or bus. Now connecting the video input from one DVD player. Now connect the two video outputs to two headrest monitors.
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