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startech.com vs221hd2vga 2 X 1 VGA 和 HDMI TO VGA 转换器切换器带 priority 交换
高品质1.5 m SVGA VGA 显示器公对公连接器延长电缆蓝色连接 VGA 或 SVGA 设备，如大多数显示器 / 投影仪 / KVM 交换机 / 一些电视上带有一个 / SVGA 、 VGA 输出的计算机。
完全防护 VGA / SVGA 延伸或更换电缆。
每个 SVGA 电缆有两个高密度 HD 15接头，螺钉。
它***是适合注重 whorthwhile 。
Easily make your new HDMI equipment compatible with a VGA display
The HD2VGAA2 HDMI to VGA Adapter Cable enables you to connect an HDMI output device, such as a laptop video output or digital media extender to a VGA display device (monitor, projector) by converting the HDMI video signal from the output device into a VGA output and separate 2-channel analog audio.
Convert an HDMI video signal to VGA, with discrete audio output
- Connect your HDMI-enabled laptop or ultrabook to a VGA projector or display in boardrooms, hotel rooms, in the office, or at home
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1 - HDMI to VGA Adapter Converter
- Supports PC resolutions up to 1920x1200 (WUXGA) and HDTV resolutions up to 1080p
- 2-channel analog audio output
- Easy to use with no software required
- Compact, lightweight design
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The issue I was trying to solve was connecting 3 monitors to a Evga GTX 760 graphics card with on of them going through a VGA KVM. Problem is once you install the drivers the VGA / analog signal is turned off when a digital (HDMI and/or DVI-D) monitor is connected. So you must use some sort of digital to analog converter. Windows looks at the signal from your monitor to decide what can be displayed and evidently to enforce HDCP does checks for monitor changes regularly. So unless the KVM fakes a signal to all PCs connected to it Windows will reconfigure (scramble) ALL your windows when you switch to another PC. As far as I can tell almost no KVMs do this correctly but if you have and older graphics card it might not do the polling either so you will not notice. If you are looking for an adapter to hook your late model computer to your KVM I'm sorry to say you are probably looking at a lost cause. I finally found this post [...] which outlines the issue.
Now the reviews:
This is for my main 27 inch display on my main computer which I'm on most of the day doing programming and video editing so it has to be very legible. All the adapters all are simple to install and come in easy to open, all cardboard, packaging that fits nicely without a lot of extra inserts or wrappers.
I started with the StarTech.com DVI2VGAE worked great. Nice clear picture till I switched the KVM. Which I know now means it was working correctly but did not solve my problem.
Next I tired the HD2VGAE2 which does not have the KVM problem but it lacks the crisp video conversion of the DVI2VGAE making it for me too blurry to use as my main screen at 1920x1080 resolution.It might be OK for the less demanding though.
So I tried the HD2VGAA2 thinking it might get me the best of both worlds since it was powered like the DVI2VGAE. But the KVM problem was back. Picture is almost as good as the DVI2VGAE though. Definitely usable as a programmer's main display.
So I would say go with DVI2VGAE if you have the option of DVI-D but HD2VGAA2 if HDMI is your only port.
And I needed the Audio output: the Pavilion shuts off its own headphone output (as well as its own speakers) when the HDMI cable is inserted.
I did try it with a Roku 3, but the screen kept freezing during activation (which never completed), even when I used a 2.1A 5V USB charger to power the device. Perhaps that particular Roku 3 was defective.
Note that the bulk of the advertising stresses attaching this to a computer, not a TV device. And, with a computer, it works very well indeed.