KVM recommendations?

Snoopy

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I need to get a KVM switch. It needs to support DVI and not VGA. Audio
support would be OK too but isn't required. Can anybody recommend any
particular brand or model? Or even offer things to look out for or to
consider when buying.

The mouse and keyboard are PS2. The LCD is using the digital input and I'd
like to maintain that. A 2 port KVM would be sufficient.

TIA
 

Snoopy

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Not a whole lotta KVM switches out there that support DVI. Newegg has this
one (Linkskey) but it looks like an off brand to me. Anybody ever hear of
them or use any of their products? Sounds like they're trying to play off
the Linksys name and that makes me a tad hesitant.

http://www.newegg.com/app/viewProductdesc.asp?description=17-107-213&depa=0


"snoopy" <snoop-dog@my-doghouse.com> wrote in message
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> I need to get a KVM switch. It needs to support DVI and not VGA. Audio
> support would be OK too but isn't required. Can anybody recommend any
> particular brand or model? Or even offer things to look out for or to
> consider when buying.
>
> The mouse and keyboard are PS2. The LCD is using the digital input and
I'd
> like to maintain that. A 2 port KVM would be sufficient.
>
> TIA
>
>
 

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With a few very basic skills, a kvm is a straightforward switch to build
with a handful of components found at any:
All Electronics - www.allelectronics.com
DigiKey - www.digikey.com
Newark - www.newark.com
Radio Shack - www.radioshack.com
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Rocket



"snoopy" <snoop-dog@my-doghouse.com> wrote in message
news:2uOdndjbrb1_1fHdRVn-ig@comcast.com...
> I need to get a KVM switch. It needs to support DVI and not VGA. Audio
> support would be OK too but isn't required. Can anybody recommend any
> particular brand or model? Or even offer things to look out for or to
> consider when buying.
>
> The mouse and keyboard are PS2. The LCD is using the digital input and
I'd
> like to maintain that. A 2 port KVM would be sufficient.
>
> TIA
>
>
 

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