Simple and effective DVI to VGA cable.
If you need to run a VGA to DVI-A cable over 10 metres, we definitely recommend a direct connection on a single cable from device to device. What we have here is the perfect solution, allowing you to avoid adapters and connectors which can potentially degrade the signal at each breakpoint.
10 metres can be a big ask for just about any video cable, but if you have powerful equipment and low environmental interference, then you should be well please with the performance of our DVI-A to VGA cable. It's built to Australian standards and the plugs are fully moulded for durability.
All we ask is that you double check that your devices can both (source and display) can handle analogue signals. Verify this with your product manuals or by comparing the sockets with our handy connector chart (match for DVI-A and DVI-I only). If you're good to go then so are we!
Analog to Digial: If you're one of our many customers looking for a solution which can connect a VGA source to a digital DVI-D display, then check out the following signal converter: VGA + 3.5mm Stereo Audio to HDMI converter and add in a HDMI/DVI-D cable or adapter.
Still confused? Give us a call for the last word on what you really need - a quick conversation can save you the hassle of a return or exchange!
This Cable Features:
- Cable Chick 5 Year Warranty
- High quality construction
- Compatible with DVI-A analogue devices and VGA devices
- Bi-directional: DVI-A to VGA or VGA to DVI-A
- Colour: Black and Grey with Gold Connectors
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Posted: 29th May, 2015
Hi again, likewise with this in a 20m length if possible?
DVI to VGA Cables?
"I can't say I have ever seen one myself. We could certainly make one up using a 20m VGA cable and a DVI female to VGA male adaptor.
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