DVI-I (Dual Link) Male to VGA Female and DVI-I (Dual Link) Female Splitter Cable, 1 ft.

Sewell Part # SW-6094

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Overview

In order for this adapter cable to work make sure your source is capable of producing both analog and digital signals (aka DVI-I). Also be sure to connect the source first; this allows a proper handshake to occur between your components and displays.

This cable will not split your signal in the way a standard splitter box will. It will not send a simultaneous signal to both a DVI and VGA display.

This splitter is manufactured with only the finest and purest copper available in consumer electronics. The copper conductors are pressure stranded to prevent microscopic holes and oxidation from occuring. The outer jacket is made of dense and durable PVC plastic. The connectors are gold-plated for maximum conductivity.

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Specifications

Mfg. Part Number

  • SPL-D29M-F15F-1FT

Brand

  • Generic

Interface

  • 1 x DVI-I to 1 x VGA and 1 x DVI
  • Gold Plated
  • Ultra-sturdy connectivity

Length

  • 1 ft.

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Question:

Will this give me 2 different output screen? I have a machine with one dvi port and I need to split it to 2 separate monitor, one as the main screen and other as extented screen (monitor-2). If not do you have any other product which will do this? Thanks


Answer:

That would only work if your computer specifically supports dualhead output. Typically to get a second extended monitor, you will need a second video controller. Either an add-on card, or an external adapter like the SW-8769

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Could I use this cable to run output from two seperate computers (one dvi and one vga) through one dvi-i cable? Assuming I use the same splitter on the other end of the dvi-i cable?


Answer:

In theory, what you are endeavoring to do is possible, however you need to be aware of the fact that the VGA and DVI signals will share pins, so you may have some difficulty in accomplishing your goal due to this characteristic.

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My PC has DVI-I out and my monitor has DVI-I in; my TV has VGA in. The description said only one output will work at a time. If I turn my monitor off will the VGA become active? Or would I have to physically disconnect my monitor?


Answer:

Many moitors will go into a standby mode rather than completely turning off when you press the power button. You will typically need to make sure that only one screen is on (which might mean disconnecting or unplugging one display) and restart the comptuer to activate the second display.

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