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    TH2GO, Panels and Outside View

    Hi,

    I am thinking of using the TH2GO for the following setup - 1 output to a 40" TV for outside view, 2 outputs to 2 x 19" W/S monitors for panels. What I would like to know is how to set this up vs one wide screen view over three monitors. I am using FS9 and Windows XP with an Nvidia 9800GT graphics card.

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    Re: TH2GO, Panels and Outside View

    I'm not sure you will be able to do this, it's not what the TH2G was designed for. Furthermore, the TH2G really likes to have 3 identical devices connected to its outputs.

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    Re: TH2GO, Panels and Outside View

    Right. The TripleHead2Go prefers 3 identical monitors because it makes the PC think they are one, very wide monitor.

    For the setup you want, you want to get a DualHead2Go. Your 2 19" monitors would connect to the DH2G (and the DH2GO to port #1 on the video card). Then your 40" tv could connect to port #2 of the video card (assuming your TV has a DVI input).

    This would give you effectively two monitors.