FS: Key Digital VTCA1 (VGA to Component)

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  1. Trenton McNeil

    Trenton McNeil Second Unit

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    No longer have a need to use this, so will sell for $90 plus shipping (exact shipping cost). No manual, but I can provide printed instructions from the website.

    Fully functional and ready to go!

    hit me up at [email protected]
     
  2. Trenton McNeil

    Trenton McNeil Second Unit

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    I'll include, free of charge, no strings attached, just for being a stand-up guy, a marble.
     
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    To the top....mods....sorry if bumping is against the rules...
     
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    How much do you want for the marble??[​IMG]

    Brent
    Sorry, I had to!
     
  5. Trenton McNeil

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    90 bucks! I'll throw in a VTCA1 VGA-Component adapter!



    FYI (for anyone who doesn't know) this is the item that allows you to output vga from your home theater pc directly to 1080i or 720p (or 480i/p) for use on a big screen or projector (or small tv....). I just found out my TV supports RGBHV so I no longer need this.

    Thanks, Brent. [​IMG]
     
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    One more bump before I take it to ebay...

    Thanks for looking!
     

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