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Mitsubishi HL7965KW-SG to VGA

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Hello,

   I seem to have inherited 3 Mitsubishi HL7965KW-SG monitors.  I've never touched anything of SGI's before and I bought a 13W3 Adapter to convert to VGA.  I am noticing that they all flicker.  I have read that I might need a Fixed Frequency card or another card that does something with Sync on Green.  I need some good ideas and money is an object here.  Unfortunately I understand it to only a limited extent and I am looking for resolution.  Explanation is good, but resolution is what I am looking for.  Thanks to all in advance!!!

-Jen
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by:Magistus
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Have you tried a simple cable adaptor, like this one:
http://www.monitorworld.com/Cables/hd15male_to_13w3female.html
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Arl earned 500 total points
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Hi,

For here are the spec of your monitor and which cable is better to use with it.
http://www.monitorworld.com/Monitors/mitsubishi/hl7965kwsg.html
http://www.monitorworld.com/cables_home.html

Hope that can help.
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by:jennifer_borman
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Well, I was at the website listings before, however I am noticing that I may need a video sync converter.  I have the 13w3 connector, but I am seeing that a $50-$80 part for the vs conversion.  Any thoughts on any other required components?  I don't want to purchase a dedicated fixed frequency card.

Thanks!
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The answer was not completed entirely.
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by:Arl
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Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for the accepted answer, bur sorry that wasn't complete enough.
The problem in this case of situation, I am far for being an expert in video so excuse for any mistake, is to find another solution than hardware solution.

If you want, I can give to you a electronical scheme for video sync conversion, but that won't really help, cause you will have to build it.
And I guess that buying directly the correct cable will be easier and cheaper than trying to build it by yourself.

But thanks anyway.
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