High-end long 40m VGA Male (15 Pin) to VGA Male (15 Pin) Cable for connecting devices with Female analog VGA connectors. Also known as a DSUB or Monitor Cable.
VGA is an very high quality analog standard, commonly found on Computer Monitors, LCD Screens, Plasma Displays, Desktop & Notbook Computers & most Projectors. Generally speaking, VGA leads offer the highest image quality before switching to Digital inputs like DVI & HDMI.
Our VGA leads are specifically manufactured to meet Australia's high standards and feature Double Sheilding and a Ferrite core for the optimal EMI and RFI screening protection. This build quality assures the best resolution and image fidelity that can be achieved over such a long distance. Like all analogue signals, VGA suffers a loss of bandwith over longer distances, so while shorter lengths of VGA can achieve 1080p, this 40m length will step down to lower resolutions to combat bandwith loss. In poor environments and on some equipment, the maximum resolution available may not reach or exceed 800x600.
If you require a specific high resolution over an extended length, please consider our VGA extender solution.
- Cable Chick 5 Year Warranty!!!
- High-end Double Sheilded VGA Cable!
- Superior manufacturing quality and materials.
- Ferrite core for the optimal EMI and RFI screening protection!
- Colour: Black with Silver Connectors
Please note that due to the size of this item, Express Delivery may not be available in certain instances.
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