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    Question Ilda db25 4 way splitter - anyone used one of these

    In my endless search for ILDA DB25 splitters I came across this product:

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    http://www.lasersisteme.ro/site/dpss...y_splitter.htm

    I have sent them 4 emails but no response. Anyone had any experience or other recommendations?
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    Slightly later than originally planned:
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    Quote Originally Posted by djtraximus View Post
    In my endless search for ILDA DB25 splitters I came across this product:

    Click image for larger version. 

Name:	4way splitter..png 
Views:	63 
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ID:	15455

    http://www.lasersisteme.ro/site/dpss...y_splitter.htm

    I have sent them 4 emails but no response. Anyone had any experience or other recommendations?
    Where did you send your email? It was not received.

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    Where did you send your email? It was not received.
    If you resize the photo you will see a script " professional laser inquiry form" which takes you to a template driven standard email without visible address. It promises faster inquiry results.

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    Exclamation me too...no reply

    ive sent numerous messages to these guys, and Tyler le Dent,dr lava...i cannot get a response from ANYONE.

    i need one of these immediately and will pay for it.....

    anyone, anyone?

    please help

    benjiramsey@benjiramsey.com

    cheers.

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you use something like this reverse parallel splitter?

    http://www.diguniverse.com/COMPUTER/...DHAS8144B.html

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    Default possibly....

    i really need one that can be corrected for longer cable runs....

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    i ordered one from dell, so theres a test to follow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEDpaint View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but couldn't you use something like this reverse parallel splitter?

    http://www.diguniverse.com/COMPUTER/...DHAS8144B.html
    Sadly, no. That device has digital logic buffers inside, so it won't pass ILDA signals. You will almost certainly damage the device if you connect ILDA signals to it (because digital logic buffers aren't designed for the negative voltage swings of differential signals), and it might damage your DAC too.

    As long as the "projector return" signal (ILDA pin 12) is disconnected in your projectors, you can split a single ILDA DAC to multiple projectors using a simple pin-for-pin splitter box or cable without any electronics. However, there are various factors (DAC driver current, cable length, projector input impedance) which might reduce the signal quality with multiple projectors. If the signal quality isn't good enough using a pin-for-pin splitter, you can use a buffered splitter designed for ILDA signals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weartronics View Post
    As long as the "projector return" signal (ILDA pin 12) is disconnected in your projectors, you can split a single ILDA DAC to multiple projectors using a simple pin-for-pin splitter box or cable without any electronics.
    Got to be a little careful doing that, there is more then one way to implement a interlock loop and there is nothing to say that connecting multiple projectors interlock loops in parallel will still give a system where the interlock works correctly....

    With several identical projectors it will probably be ok, but I suspect that most of us own more then one manufacturers output.

    Regards, Dan.

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