So I am looking for some help to figure out the best way, and the simplest way to handle multiple devices without having to deal with messing with multiple cables,
So the setup is a large room where the layout changes constantly, but there is the following in the room:
- large TV wall mounted
- MFF desktop connected via HDMI to TV
- Cisco SX 10 room system connected via HDMI to TV (used as a Zoom Room)
- Long HDMI cable connected to the Cisco room device to share screens while on web conference calls
We have users that get confused with all of the cables, and since the only place to house all of the cables, etc. is on a cabinet underneath the TV. I wish there was a fixed table in the middle that we could use as a connection point, but we don't.
Anyways, to simplify everything for my users, I was thinking of getting a HDMI splitter with a remote so there is only 1 input into the TV, but everything is controlled by a remote based on the device needed.
Currently I have it setup so that anyone with a laptop can share the screen through the Cisco device, so my question is should I keep it that way, or add an additional cable if they don't need to share their screen on a Zoom call.
Does anyone have a better solution for this scenario, or is what I am thinking of doing the best and easiest option for my users?