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post #1 of 2 Old 07-19-2001, 02:51 PM - Thread Starter
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I recently purchase a HTPC ( AVS pentinum IV ELITE) with ATI all in wonder video card with has DVI out put and my PJ is the Mitsubishi X400 with DVI in put. My question is I only could find a 5 meter DVI-D male to DVI-D male witch is approximately 16.7 feet, but in realety I need at least 25 ft of cable. I could find a place that would costom make one for me at a cost of $500.00, the price is a little high, but my main concern is if I use a cable that long would it cause signal degradation or it doesn't matters. Any help would be mostly welcome. Rick
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It won't work.

The DVI connection standard allows for (in most cases) a maximum transmission distance of 5 metres. that is why you can't get a cable that is longer. There is a possible off the shelf solution from Inline http://www.inlineinc.com/products/coax/pdf/IN9700.pdf if you call them, they can tell you the cost and put you in touch with a dealer in your area.

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