An ultra-premium, high-performance cable to split your VGA signal
(1) VGA Male
(2) VGA Female
The Ultima SXGA cable optimizes style, quality, and value in a cable specially designed for high performance. This y-cable splits the VGA signal to provide simultaneous display of the same picture. It is constructed from 3 individually-shielded 75 Ohm coax and 4 twisted pair cable to minimize crosstalk, noise, and other EMI/RFI interference.
An aluminum undermold shield assists in reducing interference to meet FCC requirements, while a 360° solder-to-connector shell and cable braid create an end-to-end shielding solution for a noise-free connection.
24k gold-plated connectors provide maximum corrosion resistance for error-free data transfer. The charcoal gray cable jacket not only matches your case but disappears behind your desk leaving a clean organized look. The sleek design of the molded connectors makes them easy to grip. Finally, an ultra-flexible jacket and oversized thumbscrews make installation easy.e
Please Note: UXGA provides a screen resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Not sure what resolution you need? See our VGA resolution guide.
Rated 1 out of 5 by IvanDrake from Do Not use if hooking up to a TV.I needed a splitter cause computers don't come with 2 vga slots anymore. Well I thought this product would work but boy was I wrong. When I plugged in both monitor and TV at same time it changed the resolution size automatically and made everything on both screens way too big. I don't know why it couldn't of left it the way it was it looked fine until it did its auto config. Now I can't even use this product at all. So going to return it to wal mart I highly advise people not to use these with TVS.
Date published: 2012-08-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by Paul from Quality productUse splicer at PC to connect PC through 50' of VGA cable to the PC input of Sony Smart TV which can be used as second PC monitor. Wasn't sure if the splitter and 50' of VGA cable would distort images at either monitor, but seems to work OK without any additional amplification.
Date published: 2011-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by quartercircle from Hd15 male to two hd15 female sxga ycableuse of this is to operate two monitors from one output source being a spectrum analizer
Date published: 2014-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by AB from Good productI connected my HDTV to my computer along with my monitor to be able to view on both at the same time. I also purchased a long monitor cable so it could reach. I am quite happy with the results and it required no special setup or adjustments.
Date published: 2012-02-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worshipdude from Great image qualityNeeded to split vga signal for monitor and projector. Minimal signal loss after split.
Date published: 2012-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by John from Satisfactory, but missing a hex nut.The product was satisfactory, but it was missing a hex nut on one of the female connectors. Can you please send me a replacement nut, and perhaps a couple of extra spares? Thank you. John Gibson
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by SLG from High Quality, Seems CustomThis cable is not easy to find in local stores, so I was very happy to find it here. I use the cable to connect two monitors to my PC displaying the same information - one on my desk and one on my walk-station desk (a standing desk with a treadmill). This cable is very sturdy and high quality, if a bit bulky (so hard to manipulate in tight spaces). Strong screws attach the cable to my PC or my extension cable, although the handles of the screws are harder to turn than I'd like. A flat-head screwdriver does the trick, though (again, tight spots make this option harder). Overall, I was very pleased with the exact cable I wanted, with very high quality, for a very reasonable price.
Date published: 2011-08-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by JohnO from the rest of the storyintended to use a second monitor as a training tool. while i worked at my station, i could have a 2nd monitor facing my guest - where I could show them how to do certain unique software features. i work in a company where technology has not been a significant focus - but with some software changes, the game changed - and many are not sophisticated in this realm. Unfortunitely, i had a 17" match with a 22". My video card did not like the match and gave me disasterous results on restarts. i have disconnected awaiting some extra funds to purchase a second 22" monitor for the compatibility.