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Old 13 November 2012, 21:22   #1
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23 pin video connectors

Hi all,

I have found a supplier for the 23 pin dsub female connectors for the Amiga video port (and the plastic hoods), i have ordered 50, and cleaned out their stock. If i can get more, i will. I noticed there is someone on ebay selling these for $4.50 each (just the connector). If this supplier comes through then i will be willing to sell these for $4.50... the $4.50 would be for the hood and the connector itself

If you are interested, let me know
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Old 13 November 2012, 22:04   #2
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there was someone in the us selling these, cant remember who at the moment though.
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Old 13 November 2012, 22:23   #3
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there was someone in the us selling these, cant remember who at the moment though.
I bet it is this you think of;

http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=36161
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Old 13 November 2012, 22:52   #4
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I bet it is this you think of;

http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=36161
Nope, theyre just as expensive as this one...

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/DB23-Female-C...item4abe66b906
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Do you still make S-Video-adapters? Just bought a LCD-TV without SCART :/
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Old 13 November 2012, 23:10   #6
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Do you still make S-Video-adapters? Just bought a LCD-TV without SCART :/


Hi, Yup, thats why i have been looking for these, i'll be making some up this weekend
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If this supplier comes through then i will be willing to sell these for $4.50... the $4.50 would be for the hood and the connector itself

If you are interested, let me know
Hi Kipper,

If you are ever able to offer some of these for sale, then I'd be interested in a couple.

Thanks.
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I bet it is this you think of;

http://www.amibay.com/showthread.php?t=36161



nope,it wasent on any of the amiga sites ive been on.nor ebay.
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I can get them through my supplier, I have spoken about this before. I will get a price for you guys when I get home
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This US supplier sells them, both male and female. http://www.iec-usa.com/Browse05/CQPDB23.html

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This US supplier sells them, both male and female. http://www.iec-usa.com/Browse05/CQPDB23.html
This US supplier *lists* them. Unfortunately when I tried to order some a few months ago I was told they were discontinued

(They still had the male ones, bizarrely - old stock, I presume?)
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This US supplier sells them, both male and female. http://www.iec-usa.com/Browse05/CQPDB23.html




i think that was the one,dont know how much they are though.


EDIT: oh there not available anymore.
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EDIT: oh there not available anymore.
Well that was a while ago - for all I know the situation may have changed.

Also, there are (or were) at least half a dozen different online sites very similar to that one, all based on the same template and with seemingly the same inventory - but different prices. I've no idea whether they're all one company, or a franchise, or what - but I suppose it's possible some of the variants have stock left.
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This US supplier sells them, both male and female. http://www.iec-usa.com/Browse05/CQPDB23.html
if they do have them, it works out as $6 for hood and connector
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Male / Female connectors $1.14 AUD, $1.05 AUD for 10 +
Backshells $1.00 AUD, $0.88 for 10 +
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Is there a functional difference between the original 23 pin connectors and cut down 25 pin ones ?
I have had 23 pin to VGA adapter for quite some time, and only recently bothered to look at it more closely. Turns out it is a cut down 25 pin connector...
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Is there a functional difference between the original 23 pin connectors and cut down 25 pin ones ?
I have had 23 pin to VGA adapter for quite some time, and only recently bothered to look at it more closely. Turns out it is a cut down 25 pin connector...
Mechanical strength, if you cut the last two pins off you may come close to shaving out the next two or putting a stress point in at the end of the connector.
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