Silly example: pick any non-split extension $$\mathcal E:0\to A\to E\to B\to0$$ and consider the boring extension $$\mathcal F:0\to A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty\to A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty\to 0\to 0$$ whose non-zero map is an identity. Then the sequence $\mathcal E\oplus\mathcal F$ is not split, yet the modules which appear in it are the sames one same ones that appear in the split extension of $B$ by $A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty$.
(Here $(\mathord-)^\infty$ denotes the countable direct sum of its argument)
Silly example: pick any non-split extension $$\mathcal E:0\to A\to E\to B\to0$$ and consider the boring extension $$\mathcal F:0\to A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty\to A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty\to 0\to 0$$ whose non-zero map is an identity. Then the sequence $\mathcal E\oplus\mathcal F$ is not split, yet the modules which appear in it are the sames one that appear in the split extension of $B$ by $A^\infty\oplus E^\infty\oplus B^\infty$.
(Here $(\mathord-)^\infty$ denotes the countable direct sum of its argument)