I have this network cabinet that has built in cooling and ventilation where I want to keep my PCs to cool properly and to reduce noise in the room. The cabinet is in one corner of the room and I have two desks on the other two corners of the room.
My goal is to be able to keep the PCs (2 desktop PCs and 1 laptop for now) in the cabinet and from there to run a CAT 5 or any other cable to extend to the two desks and only have my double monitors+ keyboard + mouse on each desk. (ab. 30ft away from the cabinet).
PC1 and Laptop should go to Desk1. PC2 will go to Desk2.
My question is: what kind of a KVM switches\extenders do I need to have in order to accomplish my goal?
The PCs have both dual DVI + VGA video cards plus also USB and PS2 ports, the laptop has only 1 VGA port and 3 USB ports
I have been researching this for some time and there are plenty of KVM\extenders via coax or Cat5 (for the extension) but I am not quite sure which product will accomplish the entire goal without compromising on any feature - to be able to use the computers from the two desks using the 2 monitors , to be able also to get the sound to the desk so I can have the speakers on the desk and not hooked up to the PCs and lastly, to be able get from the PCs the correct screen resolution over the distance (at least 1920x1080) without any loss in video quality.
Please see the attached pic, hope it will help to visualize the setup.
Thanks for your input,