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    What is this connector?

    Does anyone know what this connector is - not the VGA, the other side, where can I buy a male to female of this connector?? i bought an extension cable, and i need to hook it up to a Lilliput connection.



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    Bus mouse cable, also called 9 Pin Mini-Din.

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    if you have that cord, why dont you get a vga extension instead, just seems easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by trance728 View Post
    if you have that cord, why dont you get a vga extension instead, just seems easier
    If you extend the vga, it can cause mass ghosting/video lag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistolen08 View Post
    Bus mouse cable, also called 9 Pin Mini-Din.
    You sure??? I count 10

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    get SVGA cable... i have a run of 16' and im fine. svga is usually alot better for longer runs because it has better shielding and thicker guage wires and ferrite cores built into on both ends. itll cause less problems.

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    thanks for the info guys!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistolen08 View Post
    Bus mouse cable, also called 9 Pin Mini-Din.
    The older version of the Lilliput screen uses a 9 pin mini din. But the my screen uses 10 pins.

    I read about the 9 pin an ordered a cable before i got my screen and realized it had 10... yeah that 10th pin must be important cause 9 just didn't do it for me. [why do i want to go bowling now?]

    I have been searching all morning for a pre-made 10 pin mini din cable, now i'm just looking for caps so i can make my own.

    I'll post any info i find.

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    any luck on finding the 10 pin mini din connectors? i have been searching for 3 weeks now with no luck.


    Quote Originally Posted by jvc3po View Post
    The older version of the Lilliput screen uses a 9 pin mini din. But the my screen uses 10 pins.

    I read about the 9 pin an ordered a cable before i got my screen and realized it had 10... yeah that 10th pin must be important cause 9 just didn't do it for me. [why do i want to go bowling now?]

    I have been searching all morning for a pre-made 10 pin mini din cable, now i'm just looking for caps so i can make my own.

    I'll post any info i find.

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