VGA video cable length from pc to monitor

Hello,
I've noticed that there are 15-foot VGA cables available.
Has anybody had eny experience using one of these?
I am concerned about loss of video quality, transmission loss, etc.?
Thanks,
Cliff
cliffordgormleyAsked:
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cbmmCommented:
The guage of the wire is increased when using extended cables to eliminate problems. I have used 25ft cables without any problems.
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JVFLY23Commented:
Same here. 15 feet cable should not be a problem. A  thick 15ft cable would not give me a problem before I started using HDMI so it shouldnt be a problem now.
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
15 ft is no problem at all  ==>  I've used 25' with no problems, and you can buy cables as long as 100'  [http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10201&cs_id=1020101&p_id=3574&seq=1&format=2 ]

The longer lengths are double or triple shielded, and generally have ferrites at the ends to further reduce any electrical "noise".
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