Closed Empty bracket for CyberVisionPPC (VGA + SVideo like)

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Hi, I'm searching an empty bracket to connect the VGA and the SVideo-like (3D Glasses) output, behind my A4000D.

Anyone?

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It's like a mix of those 2, but those 2 are low-profile of course.
 
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no sure what you mean

no sure what you mean

Phantom, if you are in need of a (normal) profile bracket wich has a "vga" connector cut out and a round hole cut out for (tv out) I have them.

Since i need to declare a price it would be shipping cost only.

But first make sure that I understand the question right. Is this what you mean/wan't
 

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Hi my friend. If you can provide me with some photos it will be much appreciated. Just to see and compare with the original one. Thanks.:)
 

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Thanks my friend. Allow me to check how much near are the SVideo-like and the VGA output on CyberVisionPPC card, and I'll get to you asap.

Just for the record, the one at the bottom seems ok.
 

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Phantom,

Glad to help out with "garbage"

Why did you sell the 060??

Have something better?

jurgen,
 

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Check this one (from the CVisionPPC):

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The 2 outputs are very close to each other. Do you think that they will fit ok on these brackets?
 

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looks like it, but if this fits, probably others did it before, so awaiting comments from other users ? :help:
 

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It's a little difficult to tell without being able to measure, but I'd say the CVPPC looks a little nearer the round connection to be a perfect fit.

Can you not measue the distances from the various port edges to be sure?

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It's a little difficult to tell without being able to measure, but I'd say the CVPPC looks a little nearer the round connection to be a perfect fit.

I'm thinking the same m8. You can see it even with a clear eye.

Can you not measue the distances from the various port edges to be sure?

Kin

I'll do that when I get back home.
 

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You could alwyas make the round hole into a rectangular shaped hole by filing it sideways with a small round Rat Tail file. Whilst not perfect, it would be perfectly functional. (y)

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To tell the truth, this round output is completely useless. It's not SVideo btw, it's just a connector for 3D glasses or something, so it can be hidden behind the bracket, not a big deal.
 

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It's also probably fairly simple to cut a round hole into a just-VGA plate. Measure it up (twice, of course) and cut with a small hole saw.
 

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Cutting these backplane plates is not an easy task. They are made from a very crude & hard steel normally & are then electro-plated.

Great care with good hard wearing tooling should forge a half decent result.

Kin
 
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