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Author Topic: wireless VGA to VGA extender?  (Read 12797 times)

Billy Wood

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Re: wireless VGA to VGA extender?
« Reply #10 on: January 02, 2012, 10:54:01 pm »

     I would think it is the splitter out of experience.  And it is probably the power supply for the splitter. I have had that happen with other companies cheap equipment.  It usually takes the splitter out with it in cheaper equipment.   
     I have found that Intelix, Gefen, or Extron are the only balun systems I trust.  I prefer Extron and I just sold a bunch to NASA so they may be out of your price range but also gives you an idea of their reliability.

Billy Wood
www.avprogroup.com
The Woodlands, TX
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Nick Bair

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Re: wireless VGA to VGA extender?
« Reply #11 on: January 29, 2012, 05:19:17 pm »

I ran a KVM extender that uses Cat5e. I don't know what it's doing to the signal but it works much better than the passive VGA baluns I've used in the past. Almost flawlessly, in fact. The run is 150ft past can and fluorescent lights in the ceiling. We also use a Kramer switcher similar to yours (VP727 I think).

http://www.aten.com/products/productItem.php?pcid=2005010513171002&psid=20060414154647002&pid=20091116165133001&layerid=subClass1

As a bonus it allows me to plug in a USB PowerPoint remote receiver directly above the presenter where the projector is mounted, which works much more reliably than when the remote and receiver were 100ft apart.

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Bill Beach

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Re: wireless VGA to VGA extender?
« Reply #12 on: December 23, 2012, 09:22:57 pm »

as it turns out, it was the power supply for the powered baluns.  the one for the transmitter unit.
however, we3 are now using straight VGA cables to each projector with no drop out problems.
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