Panasonic VGA to BNC - Any improvement?

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  1. EmissarY

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    Hi all,

    I have a query of sorts. My pc monitor is a Panasonic PanaFlat PF70. I have had it since Sept 1998, when I bought my first P2 350 Intel machine.

    On the back it has 5 BNC connectors aswell as the vga connector. My question is whether or not I will get any improvement by buying a VGA to BNC lead as opposed to using the standard vga that I have been.

    My graphics card is an ATI 9800 Pro.

    Thanx for any input/advice,

    EmissarY

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    P.S. Far Cry is the bomb!
     
  2. Joe Fernand

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    EmissatY

    You may get a sharper less nosier picture by replacing the 'as supplied' VGA cable for a higher quality/better screened cable - though I doubt VGA to BNC will be any different to VGA to VGA.

    Plenty advertisers on the AV Forums supply cables - we supply these if you want something high quality; http://www.bettercables.com/silservga.html

    Drop me a note if you want UK pricing.

    Best regards

    Joe
     

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