Originally Posted by AutoXSS
Seems like it does have the card? It should be better to use a HDMI to DVI-D converter?
Yeah that's the 5004 card. A DVI-D Male to HDMI Female adapter should work fine (i've used them on various HDCP-compliant DVI-D PC monitors over the years).
In case you're not aware, the DVI input is video only so if you also want to get sound out of the monitors then it gets a little more complicated. You'd need to also run a separate audio cable like an RCA-to-3.5mm male converter cable and connect it to the small Input-2 Audio jack, or maybe just a red/white RCA-to-RCA audio cable to one of the red/white audio inputs on the 5004 board if the settings menu allows you to address audio from one of those analog audio inputs to that DVI input (it should, but i have only installed two Pioneer monitors like yours and it was like 10+ years ago and both used AVRs for audio, not the display's inputs). I seem to remember the menu had such settings, but i could be getting it mixed up with the Pansonic monitors i've installed (also more than 10 years ago).
Since you apparently have other TVs in your restaurant already:
(1.) what is the source of your programming? Is it a Cable Box or a Satellite Receiver etc?
(2.) Exactly how are your existing TVs connected to your source? (Are they all using HDMI? And is there an HDMI Splitter feeding them all? etc)
(3.) How long would the cabling need to be between your source and these two new Pioneer Monitors?
(4.) Do you want these two Monitors to have sound? Or just video only and stay silent?
In some circumstances it might just be better to run analog RGB Component cables to these new Monitors instead of HDMI, but it all depends on the above.
Here's the DVI adapters i use: