4 Port DVI VGA Dual Monitor KVM Switch USB with Audio & USB 2.0 Hub

Mfg. Part: SV431DDUSB | CDW Part: 1421530 | UNSPSC: 43211604
  • Share a keyboard and mouse as well as 1 VGA and 1 DVI displays/monitors between four multimedia computers
  • Dual Monitor KVM
  • Dual Monitor KVM Switch
  • USB KVM Switch
  • 4 Port KVM Switch
  • DVI VGA Combo KVM Switch
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Main Features
  • Share a keyboard and mouse as well as 1 VGA and 1 DVI displays/monitors between four multimedia computers
  • Dual Monitor KVM
  • Dual Monitor KVM Switch
  • USB KVM Switch
  • 4 Port KVM Switch
  • DVI VGA Combo KVM Switch
Share a keyboard and mouse as well as 1 VGA and 1 DVI displays/monitors between four multimedia computers. The StarTech.com SV431DDUSB 4-port Dual Monitor KVM Switch (DVI+VGA) offers a complete dual display multimedia switching solution, allowing users to control 4 computers using a single USB mouse and keyboard peripheral set.

With support for high-resolution video interfaces, the versatile dual monitor KVM switch provides 1 VGA (analog) and 1 DVI-I port per computer connection, as well as audio switching capability between connected computers. Delivering the capability you need for virtually any application, the dual monitor KVM switch features an integrated 2-port USB hub that allows connected USB 2.0 peripherals to be shared between connected computers, eliminating the need to purchase duplicate peripherals. Suitable for any workspace, the dual monitor KVM switch features a compact, desktop KVM design and features a rugged metal chassis that helps ensure durability.

While both DVI-I (analog mode) and DVI-D (digital only) are supported by the KVM, both source PCs must output the same signal type for proper switching. It is recommended wherever possible to use DVI-D cables across all PC to KVM and KVM to Console connections.

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