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VGA wall plates?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Senninha, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. Senninha

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    I've installed a Pio 434 at home, wall mounted. As luck would have it I have a cupboard right behind the wall it's on, so a few hours with the saw had a rack knocked up in the cupboard with all components in there tucked out of sight.

    I'm now thinking to occasionally hook up a PC or laptop to the screen, and rather than trailing a VGA cable into the living room, I'd like something a bit more elegant.

    I looked around for a "wall plate", where I could have a VGA DSUB on the wall (with a 3.5mm for sound), and have the same thing in the cupboard going to the media box. The only thing is that these seem to be really rare, and really expensive (about 60 quid for one plate, which seems astonishing for what it is).

    Has anyone done anything like this, or have any suggestions?
     
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