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 addition to existing headrest screens - help

Hi all. I have what is probably a very simple question. I have a DVD player connected to two 7" screens in the headrests. The video output is simply split in two and fed to each screen. The audio is curently fed through an FM transmitter to a couple of pairs of cordless headphones. Now, I plan on also connecting up the front nav/tv screen via the aux video input on the tv tuner to the DVD player aswell. I've temporarily connected up a video camera to the aux input of the tv tuner to check I've tapped in to the correct pins on the connector of the tuner, and all works fine with both audio and video coming through perfectly. Now, all that remains is to connect up the DVD player output to three AV cables run back to the TV tuner in the boot/trunk. Eventually I've come to the question: The system works fine with the two headrest 7" screens simply spliced off the DVD output, but will I need to install a video amplifier/splitter to cope with running the third screen? Also, can I just split off the audio signal to the audio input of the TV tuner without amplification? Is it simply a case of trying it without an amplifier/splitter, or can any damage be caused to either the source or screens? Thanks

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