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Matrix What hardware should I use

Discussion in 'Audio/Video' started by Joel Carrillo, Apr 14, 2022.

  1. Joel Carrillo

    Joel Carrillo New member

    Hello Forum,

    We are looking for some expert advice on what hardware to use in our new classroom.
    We will have 4 sources for video/audio to 5x 85" Samsung TVs.
    The classroom will also have 6 outlets in the floor so when vendors come in they can plugin their laptop at either of these 6 locations.
    I am attaching a drawing with layout details.
    Our sources will be 2 PCs, Blu-Ray player and external user.
  2. Joel Carrillo

    Joel Carrillo New member

    System will not let me upload pdf or jpg file.......ughhh
  3. Customer Service

    Customer Service Staff Member

    Dear Joel,
    We're working on resolving this issue - thank you for your patience.
  4. KVMGalore Expert

    KVMGalore Expert Staff Member

    Hello Joel,

    Thank you for reaching out on our HelpCenter.

    Before we can point you in the right direction, we need some additional information about your setup. Please advise:
    a) 4 sources PLUS 6 outlets - does this mean you need to make accommodations for 10 sources?
    b) What type of video interface will these sources have?
    c) Are these 4 sources physically located in one place?
    d) What is the (longest) distance between the 4 sources and the 5 screens?
    e) Do you want 1) any selected source to be simultaneously displayed on all 5 screens, or 2) be able to have any screen display a different source?

    Please advise.

    Important note: To continue this discussion - please respond via KVMGalore HelpCenter thread, NOT via e-mail.

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