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Interpret KVM Specifications

Posted on 2008-11-18
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I am thinking of purchasing a LINDY-KVM Switch Lite DVI USB Audio, 2 Port Bundle with 2 x 2m KVM+Audio Cables but would first appreciate having the following three questions answered.
1.) Does the fact that the monitor and video card is DVI mean that the image will be digital rather than analogue.
2.) Can I use the two USB connections as follows: 1.) to connect a USB wireless remote which controls both mouse and keyboard and 2.) a printer.
3.) What is a DVI/Audio Cable.
https://www.lindy.com.au/online/arrshop.exe?anonymous=true&item=32797
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DVI means that the monitor connected to the KVM needs to have a DVI connection and the computers you want to use with it as well.. and yes, the video signal will be digital transmit

as far as i know.. i you can use all usb devices you like.. it does the same as a usb hub so you can connect even more if you like.

i think that cable is a combinationcable which is split in the ends to different cables like 1 audio cable and 1 dvi cable.
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