VGA cable to plasma via conduit

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  1. t0by

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    Hi folks

    I need to run a VGA cable to my PW7 via a round piece of conduit that is around 2cm in diameter. Most standard VGA cables are too big to fit through.

    Can anyone point me in the direction of either (a) a cable that has a smaller connector on the end, or (b) a cable that you can 'break apart' to feed it (eg. like this )

    Thanks in advance :smashin:
     
  2. Fossil

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    I had a similar problem, the cable needed to go through 3 walls from my pc to the living room where the plasma is. I didn't want to drill massive holes in these walls for the plugs so I decided to cut the cable and reconnect!!!!! lol. It was a bit of a nightmare (15 smaller cables inside and 3 of those were mini coaxes with 3 cores). In the end it was easy though time consuming to connect them all up again but it saved me drilling such big holes.
     
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    You could try vga over cat5.
     

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