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VGA, also known as Video Graphics Array, is a long-time standard used on most computer video cards, monitors, screens, and high-definition televisions. VGA's ubiquity makes VGA accessories, such as cables, an absolute necessity for any computer setup / information system. Using these VGA cables, you can connect computers to display monitors, screens and high-definition TV's. Additionally, our special Y-Cable allow you to connect multiple diifferent devices to the same video source, increasing your system's versatility and utility. However, sometimes the cable just isn't long enough for your setup, but with these extension Y-cables, you can gain that extra reach you need, providing you with brilliant graphics and visually stunning high-definition video, no matter where you place your devices.
PI Manufacturing's cables are engineered to the tightest tolerances to deliver unwavering reliability during mission critical and stress intensive applications. Every cable is designed for optimal performance, producing unparalleled data transfer speeds while preserving utmost data integrity. With our cables, you can bask in unmatched video clarity while enjoying realistic and lifelike multimedia experiences.Typical Applications:
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|Connector Types:||VGA male to 2x VGA female|
Inexpensive way to split a VGA signalUsed this splitter to duplicate my laptop's screen to a remote monitor and a video projector. Used a 12 foot VGA cable to the monitor and 50 foot VGA cable to the projector without any issue. Did have an issue when only one of the two "splits" was plugged in (ghosting of the image). Otherwise, a great product for an inexpensive way to duplicate your VGA signal.