You mean sending your VGA-signal over another type of cable?
Depends on the cable I guess.
The whole ghosting thing is also dependant on the strength of the signal from the videocard and the resolution...
I suppose the title asks the question.
Which gives less ghosting, assuming both are of good quality cable, a bus mouse extension or vga extension cable?
I purchased what seemed to be a high quality vga extension cable (it said high quality, and looks high quality, and cost me a high quality amount of money) but I get some ghosting. Would it go away with a bus mouse cable?
the lilliput has a breakaway cable that you can apparently connect a bus mouse extension cable in between. i forgot to mention that for anyone unfamilliar with the lilliput sorry
low power or bad ground can also change things...
I would hazard a guess at the VGAcausing less problems as there isn't any other wire running with it, i.e. USB.
cool i havent tried it in car yet (the vga cable) but im about to in a few minutes! hopefully it ghosts less in there
10' which is about perfect in length.
I also want to say that the ghosting isnt horrible and doesnt bother me much, but it's there.
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You shouldnt get ghosting on a lilliput over a decent 10' cable unless you try to use a res higher than 1024x768.
It happens though. I am getting ghosting since adding a new no name 6 footer to my lillis cable. . . I am searching for a solution... surely ppl have found a way to deal with this. . . Most ppl put there puter in the rear and the screen in the front. . . and have to extend. . . .. Suggestions are welcomed. .