phillipsjk wrote:I would hook a silent computer up to at least one screen, and use something like X forwarding.
socynicalsohip wrote:I wouldn't be too concerned about DRM or HDCP compliance as if you are buying good gear and not stringing switchers together you'll not really run into any problems. I don't, and I need more inputs than you can shake a stick at!
Pinky's Brain wrote:The problem with HDMI is that it's partially bidirectional ... so a matrix is pretty complex.
Any way so you are looking at needing a 4x4 matrix, that's 350$ and up.
dukederek wrote:I have one of these:
for various audio mixing in my bedroom, not sure if a DJ mixer'd be exactly right for your setup (it has two outputs but they are the same signal just independent volume controls) but you could probably mess with the PFL and crossfader to selectively rout a signal elsewhere. I can only assume a quick search might yield a mixer that has multiple selectable outputs, if there isn't, make your fortune designing and selling one!
Re: video, you only have two display devices right? (computer, tv), assuming you didn't want the 360 to display on the monitor or anything, you could just set up the TV as a second monitor for the computer and just be boring and direct plug everything into the TV. Although it would be quite awesome to do it all in software on a dedicated PC controllable via VNC from a smartphone so it'd be like you had a Universal Remote Control Of Doom but that's certainly far too complicated for me to give advice on other than saying it's cool.
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