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Apple Tv Signal Spliiting For 2 Screens?


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dkdesire

 
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Hi I was just wondering if it was possible to split the component output on the apple tv and send it to 2 screens.

My tv has no inputs that the Atv requires so im going to connect it to my projector which would be great to watch films on but I dont want to have to turn it on to listen to music or search my playlists. So maybe if it was possible to split the signal and have a small small screen somewhere that I can use to select my music?
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You could get a component video switch like the one here...at monoprice.com

Also, the HDMI and component outputs are both active so you could connect the component cables to your projector and the HDMI to your smaller screen (if it accepts HDMI).
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Thank you BnaMike just what I wanted to hear and thanks for the link
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