D-Sub Cables

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Questions with D-Sub Cables

  • Ask: What is D sub cable?

    Answer: The D-subminiature or D-sub is a common type of electrical connector. They are named for their characteristic D-shaped metal shield. When they were introduced, D-subs were among the smallest connectors used on computer systems.


  • Ask: Is D Sub and VGA the same?

    Answer: When used as a monitor interface, a D-Sub port is also known as a VGA port, an analog connection standard that's been around for some time. The connector is a DE-15 connector with 15 pins in three rows, often referred to as a "mini-D-Sub 15-pin" or "D-Sub 15-pin" connector.

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  • Ask: Which is better D Sub or HDMI?

    Answer: HDMI is audio and video (so you can use your monitors on board speakers if it has them without the need to wire it up from a sound card). DVI is video only. Both are digital signals so they give the best video quality. D-Sub is VGA, an old analogue signal standard, you can't use this on a digital only monitor.

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  • Ask: How do I hook up my D sub cable?

    Answer: Step 1. Connect the D-Sub cable into the compatible "VGA" port on the device. The pins on the cable connection will need to fit into the corresponding holes in the port. Tighten the two outer pins that frame the D-Sub connection into the two corresponding outer pin holes on the VGA/D-Sub port.

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