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Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361

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Are you looking for a video cable? If you are, you have come to the right place! If your laptop has the corresponding DVI connect, you can connect the DVI cable to your laptop then enjoy the high resolution digital video on your laptop or other digit...
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Specifications:


  • Use this splitter cable to split the video signal from your video output to two separate monitors
  • It is a reliable way to use the DVI Cable connect both digital and analog multiple monitors to low-profile PCI and AGP graphic cards
  • Use this cheap Cable to connect your computer to two monitors
  • Requires DVI-59 video card, most commonly available through DELL
  • Connectors: DVI-59 (Male) to 2 x DVI-I, Dual Link (Female)
  • Color: White
  • Length: 240.0mm /9.4in

Detail:

Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • With this splitter cable, you can split the video signal to two separate monitors

Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • It is quite easy to plug the video cable to your laptop



Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • There are two connectors in one end of this video cable

Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • Use this adapter to connect your computer to two monitors through one video card

Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361



Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • You can enjoy high definition video with this useful video cable

How to Connect DVI to TV:

Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


DVI cables provide superior high resolution digital video to computer monitors and televisions. But sometimes the video source or the display type doesn't have a DVI connection. But you can still connect various components to a TV with a DVI cable.


  • Find the connection type from your video source (PC, cable box, etc.) If it has a DVI connection, use a standard DVI cable to connect the DVI output to the DVI input on your TV. If your video source does not have a DVI output, move on to step 2
  • Choose the appropriate cable with one end that has a DVI connection and the other with the appropriate connection type (HDMI, VGA, etc.). Connect the HDMI end into the output on your source, and connect the DVI end to the DVI input on your TV
  • Use a VGA-to-DVI adapter to connect it to your video source if it only has VGA out. Connect a standard DVI cable from the adapter to the DVI input on your TV

Digital Visual Interface:


Anpu DVI-59 to Dual DVI 24+5 Splitter-Y Video Cable H9361


  • The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) is a video interface standard designed to provide very high visual quality on digital display devices such as flat panel LCD computer displays and digital projectors. It was developed by an industry consortium, the Digital Display Working Group (DDWG) to replace the "legacy analog technology" VGA connector standard.[1] It is designed for carrying uncompressed digital video data to a display. It is partially compatible with the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) standard in digital mode (DVI-D), and VGA in analog mode (DVI-A)
  • The DVI interface uses a digital protocol in which the desired illumination of pixels is transmitted as binary data. When the display is driven at its native resolution, it will read each number and apply that brightness to the appropriate pixel. In this way, each pixel in the output buffer of the source device corresponds directly to one pixel in the display device, whereas with an analog signal the appearance of each pixel may be affected by its adjacent pixels as well as by electrical noise and other forms of analog distortion

Package Included:


  • 1 x DVI-59 to Dual DVI Splitter-Y Video Cable