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post #1 of 3 Old 06-06-2015, 02:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Odd Video Cable. - hope someone knows what it is

I have a Samsung DLP tv from 2004... the main DMD board went out and I found a new DLP Light engine to replace my old one. it is one model year newer than my existing board.. everything is the same (connections) except for the main video feed from the Video Board to the DMD DLP Chip Board. the newer version uses the simple DVI Digital Cable but the one in my current tv uses some odd looking version.. never seen it before.. looks almost like an HDMI cable but its much larger looking.... the side of the cable reads E119932 AWM 20276 80degreesC 30 V VS-1 COPARTNER look at attached photos.. please help... my goal is to figure out what this cable is and try to find a replacement that would convert on one side to DVI (Maybe adapter plug or a cable) that way I can use the new light engine on my tv.

they don't make this light engine anymore so I cant get one.. this is the only one I can find and should work if I can figure this cable issue out.
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I had a 2004 Samsung DLP - if I remember correctly it had a conventional DVI port, a VGA port and a service port.
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