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I'm assuming you're talking about AirPlay Screen Mirroring from a Mac to an Apple TV. In that case, yes, you are loosing signal quality from compression-before-transmission and decompression-after-reception. In particular, the audio part of the AirPlay Screen Mirroring is compressed using the AAC-ELD codec to ensure low-latency sound encoding. However, ...


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As other commenters have already said, it doesn't seem to be possible to AirPlay a display to two targets at once. Option 1) The best solution I can think of would be to run something like AirServer on a Mac or PC. Attach the computer to both projectors and have it mirror the display. AirServer will make the computer a valid AirPlay target and you'll be ...


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Ah, there is a major void here. The Apple TV Gen 1 is a photographer's dream. For those of us with thousands of digital images, when do we ever trot them out and look at them? Rarely. Instead, get a 22" flat panel, hook it to your ATV 1 40gb, and just run the floating pictures screensaver. No other device has this. None. It is brilliant in that it ...



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