If more than one monitor is used and the video signal of a video source has to be splitted, it is possible that a deterioration of the picture quality will occur (low brightness and contrast, black & white only, no synchronization). If the video output is powerful enough and has a matching impedance, splitting a video signal with just a Y-RCA Splitter works fine. However, if not, you have to use a video splitter with a built in buffer amplifier for the video signal - such as in the KCE-200V. Above, you can see the connection diagram of the KCE-200V which shows how to connect the video signal cables while the audio signal is splitted with conventional Y-Connectors. In case more than two monitors are used, you need to insert additional KCE-200V´s adequately.