The modern home is likely going to have more than one television set. Research by the Broadcasters’ Association Research Board shows nearly as many homes own two TVs as own just one. And a third of that total number will own three. But if you own more than one screen, does that mean you require more than one ariel? Another satellite? And another costly subscription for a service you’re already paying for?
That’s where distributed video comes in.
What is distributed video?
Have you ever wondered how your local superstore manages to display hundreds of televisions, each with the same image, in sync, without losing picture quality or having hundreds of ariels? You’ve already discovered distributed video and its key feature.
Distributed video allows a single video source, like a satellite, arial receiver or Blu-ray player, to be shared between multiple TVs connected to the same video switch.