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Can I use a splitter to be connected to my monitor and TV when I will only be using one attachment at a time? Solely when surfing the Internet, etc. using the PC monitor and watching videos from YouTube, etc. using the TV.

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In this case I think a DVI switch box is what you should buy:

http://www.google.com/search?q=DVI+switch+box

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It depends on the capabilities of the splitter. If the splitter was with no interface, then it would probably duplicate the monitor, however if it is more advanced or has a physical switch, then you can probably switch either between the monitor and TV, or have both displays showing in your display settings.

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hi, thank you for replying. i'm not that knowledgeable about computers,just a basic user. any recommendation where i can buy one or perhaps a brand which won't have any "interface?" – domingo ching Jun 7 '10 at 10:18

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