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What you get is a RF transmitter and receiver. It is generally not recommended for picture quality. I have used one for transmitting a satellite signal inside my house. It was OK for a 14" TV....


On the other hand VGA cables tend to become unhappy when the length increases. You will have to pay quite a bit for high quality cabling (coaxial for the RGB signals). You will find one of the top companies in Sweden.
 

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I've tried this with regular composite video using a leapfrog system. It

worked O.K., but PQ definately suffers :( My guess is it could only be worse

for VGA. My guess is a digital solution would work best.


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If you are able to use a cable, why not just go with a VGA amplifier? They can be had for next to nothing on ebay and work very well. I had a poor, dim, picture on my 50 foot VGA cable until I used an amp.
 
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