VGA to DVI-A the direct way.
Laptops and TV still sport VGA sockets for video ouput, but that's not always helpful when you want to connect them to a DVI-A or analogue DVI-I device. Some peripherals may come with adapters, but what happens if you didn't get one and don't have one? Well, we do carry the adapters here, too, but these cables are the all in one solution for a straight link.
High quality materials with moulded plugs and screw pins on both end make these cables a handy alternative, and at a 5 metre run, you'll have room to set your equipment down where you please. Save some space and save some money on our handy VGA to DVI-A cables - they work in both directions so DVI to VGA (also called DVI to DSUB) is just as easy.
One thing to remember is that these cables are only compatible with analogue DVI-A devices (source or display) and aren't any good if one or both pieces of equipment are DVI-D digital only. You can check this in your product manuals or by visually checking your sockets on our handy connector chart (match for DVI-A and DVI-I only)
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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