SVGA with DE9

From: Joe <>
Date: Mon Sep 8 10:51:01 2003

At 09:09 AM 9/8/03 -0500, you wrote:
>I have a older Vox-On monitor that is configured like that. I also seem
>to remember some older NEC models that needed a HD15 to DE9 cable.

   You're right. A lot of the old NEC Multisyncs that we used had a small
adapter that went from HD-15 to DE9. It was a metal adapter about 1 1/2"
long. It plugged in between the computer and the cable.


>still have the cable, so I can look at it when I get home. As far as the
>Sabre label, American Airlines used to private label a lot of AST
>computers and monitors as Sabre for distribution to travel agencies for
>connection to the Sabre reservation network. There were a lot of P100
>Sabre systems floating around DFW for a while.
>chris wrote:
>>I have two rather old monitors marked as "Sabre" on the front. They have
>>a DE9 female socket on the back, but also carry a label claiming the
>>monitors to be SVGA. I've never seen SVGA use DE9 connectors, I've always
>>seen them with the high densitry 15 pin connectors (as commmonly seen on
>>current PC monitors).
>>Anyone know the pinout for an adaptor? Anyone have a particular desire
>>for these monitors?
Received on Mon Sep 08 2003 - 10:51:01 BST

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