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    New Lilliput connector

    Does anyone know where I can obtain 10-pin mini-din plugs and sockets or a made up extension cable.

    The new Lilliput I received from carTFT now has the above mentioned 10-pin mini-din plugs as opposed to the original one which had a 9-pin.


    @Ziplock, are your new ones the same? if so have you any idea where I can get such a lead? Your supplier maybe?.



    PS UK sources would be best.

    PPS yes I have searched here and googled, but all I can find is Sega Saturn AV leads or leads for an ATI video card.

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    You might have to go with a seperate USB and VGA extension cables. Sucks, I know. It took me a long time to find a 12' 9 pin din cable so I could put the PC in the trunk. Good luck on your search.

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    The Lilliputís I sell now have the new connector. I haven't found a good extension cable for them yet. Those DIN cables don't offer much shielding and werenít designed to carry analog signals like VGA. I think I'll just offer regular USB and VGA extension cables instead to minimize signal loss and maximize picture quality on the screen. The DIN cables are nice and compact though.

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    Well I already been through the search for the 9 pin extension, as I already have one of the old ones. Made my own once I got the connectors, and that is what is currently installed. however the TS on that screen isn't working and the picture is not stable (but then have been taking it apart and putting it back together again many times). Sperate USB and VGA is something I do not want to do unless it is a last resort.

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