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Hello and first of all i'm sorry if i'm posting in the wrong section , i'm looking to buy a 5pin mini din cable m/m , 50 to 75ft long for my HC9000D projector emitter , i've looked everywhere on the net with no luck , can somebody please point for me where i could buy this? thanks
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I cannot say for sure there is not one made, but I doubt it. On many of my installs I have had to make one. The easiest method is run a CAT5/6 point to point, and take the cable included and cut/splice. As long as you keep the pinouts correct, it works aokay. The only real limitation is if the projector had a weak output (though I have not tried the Mitsu, I have not run into this issue...just wanted to present the possible option).

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thanks to both of you guys
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