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    Monoprice 2x2 SVGA VGA MATRIX Switcher Splitter Amplifier Multiplier 250MHz
    Product # 4083
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    Model 4083
    Maximum Resolution 1920 x 1440 @60Hz
    Pixel Frequency 250 MHz
    Maximum Cable Length 213 feet (60 meters)
    Input Power 7.5 VDC, 800mA
    AC Adapter Input Power 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Dimensions 5.1" x 3.0" x 1.7"(130 x 75 x 42 mm)
    Weight 14.8 oz. (420 g)

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    Can this device out detect the input?
    A shopper on Nov 6, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: This device isn't "passive," but it's simply a pass-through switch system. If you're not receiving input, it will pass the dead channel to the output. It will pass EDID data back to the source to allow your source to adjust an appropriate output format.
    I have 2 laptops. 1 has a VGA type monitor output. The other has a HDMI. I also have 2 24" monitors - 1 can take VGA, HDMI, or DVI cables. The other takes a VGA cable. I want to be able to extend the displays onto the 2 monitors from either of the laptops. Is this the equipment that I need?
    Salvatore B on Apr 7, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: I am currently using four monitors, 2-24" and 2-23". I have them set up for dual displays (1-24" and 1-23" for each computer). I set-up is for my treadmill desk and the other for my sit down desk. I have a laptop and a desktop connect to the above switch and a HMDI switch. I use the HMDI switch with the 2-24" monitors. To connect to the HMDI switch from the laptop I use a DVI to HMDI cable (MonoPrice). The desktop has a HMDI port. This works fine with 1920 x 1200 resolution.

    I connect to the switch you are asking about from the desktop using a DVI to VGA adaptor, then VGA cables. From the laptop docking station I simply use the VGA port to connect to the switch. I then connect from the switch to both of the 23" monitors with VGA cables. Make sure you get the recommended gauge or you monitor display could be off color or flaky at times. I get 1920 x 1080 display just fine on the 23" monitors.

    I can now use dual monitors with either computer and switch between them at any time. Laptop to dual monitors on the treadmill desk, or switch to desktop on the treadmill disk. Ditto for the sit down desk and I can also display desktop or laptop on monitors for both the treadmill and sit down desks. I can even split the monitors so I can watch work on one monitor and look at my personal e-mail in the other at the same time at either desk.

    For you to make the above work with this switch, you are going to need to be able to convert HMDI output from the one laptop to VGA. Unknown if Monprice has a converter that will work. If you find one, verify it maintains the resolution. Some are very low resolution and that could be an issue.
    4.7 / 5.0
    50 Reviews
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    1 Star
    good, but poor quality
    Overall we are satisfied, just annoyed that they don't last longer.

    PROS: This is a great product for the price, it works well, and does a great job, you won't find another product like it. it will push a signal 150feet easy and the nice thing is that you can switch between two inputs.

    CONS: poor quality control. Startach makes the very same model, only branded different. this is the third one we've had in less than two years, the thing will just all the sudden quit sending a video signal. do yourself a favor and save the box and receipt because the chances are it won't even make it past the one year warranty. Plus at the price you get it for, it may be wise to buy two, so when one kicks the bucket you have a backup when you send the other back. It's great as long as it works.
    July 5, 2011

    PROS: Excellent product worked right out of the box continuos to perform flawlessly
    June 9, 2013
    Mono Price Matrix 2x2 SVGA, VGA Switch
    I could not be happier. I have a 2x16 Mono SVGA, VGA Switch as well. I use them for my work in Trial Technology Presentation. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM! Best in the Industry!
    August 21, 2017
    1 year ago

    PROS: Great option to allow dual access to a projector in a classroom situation. All wires enter in the rear out of sight.

    CONS: Would be nice if audio could be integrated as well.
    December 2, 2014
    works perfectly with no hesitation

    PROS: works great - unit looks and feels durable

    CONS: nothing
    February 6, 2013
    Excellent Service.
    November 16, 2010
    Switcher was connected between a Mac and PC with one output to a projector. No problems, effortless switching without loss of signal. The usual projector setup two second delay. Metal housing and solid push buttons. Reccommended. Would buy another.
    December 1, 2008
    Does exactly what I need
    When I had to convert a small conference room into an office for a VP, I already had a 39" monitor mounted to the wall. This allows him or a guest to throw a presentation up on the monitor without having to deal with switching cables, and didn't require me to run a bunch of new cable through the wall. Works great and does exactly what he needs.
    March 29, 2017
    1 year ago
    Used the splitter/switcher for a corporate holiday party. We were able to mix music videos projected on 2 huge screens plus splt the screens when needed, one with videos and the other with a camcorder feed showing the dancing crowd!

    PROS: Great Price
    easy to use
    January 23, 2013
    great device
    I bought the switch to connect my LCD TV and a smaller monitor in the kitchen to my computer to watch streaming video throughout my apartment.

    Unlike cheaper unpowered VGA switches (avoid those!), there were absolutely no problems with image blurring and ghosting. The picture looks crisp and noise-free. Both of the monitors can be turned on/off using the buttons on the switch. The only difficulty was choosing a resolution that will work best for both of them, since the computer can only recognize one of them no matter which one of them is on or off.

    The build quality of the switch is fine. The case is made of metal, not cheap plastic and feels very sturdy.
    June 23, 2010