hi, i found out that with a video splitter and maybe a signal amplifier i can send the same video signal to multiple monitors.
i also found out that every tv monitor has a 75 ohm impedance switch which is usually on. if you can de activate this switch, you can send the video on from that monitor to the next in a link instead of needing a splitter.
question one is - how easy is it to find and disable that 75 ohm switch in a regular consumer monitor? i just bought an old sony "cube" design monitor and it has a switch on the back pannel, and an output so you can send the video signal on. how would you disable this in a consumer monitor?
question two is - what is the hardware called that would take a video signal, split it into quarters or 9ths and then send each piece to another monitor, so if i wanted i could stack the monitors and have one huge image?
question three is - what other kinds of tricks are out there for manipulating video images with hardware thats easily accessable? i was wondering if there's any way to delay a video signal. If i split the same signal to four different monitors, could i delay one of them so it plays a little behind the rest?
thanks a lot for the information. max