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Vga To Rgb
When vga to rgb is referred then they are almost the same. VGA refers to Video Graphical Array. In other words, it is also called a cable for a computer monitor. It has 15 pin connectors, one at every end. It is also called as RGB but this term if refereed less than VGA and is also a conventional name of VGA and is differentiated from it to a considerable extent. IT means that VGA is more common than RGB. However there are some large monitors that have three similar type of components are referred to as VGA, RGB and DVI in a composite format. Most of the video cards have these connectors and they are even found in the high definition Television sets. In case of laptops, a mini format of these connectors is used. There are analog signals that carried by these connectors in the form of the analog components called RGBHV.
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