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    What is needed for the video cable, does Brunswick sell a dongle to plug into the existing video cable or do i have to re pin the plug to a VGA plug. The frame and the LCD's I have covered. Input and pics will be greatly appreciated Thanks!!!!!!

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    Frameworks output needs to be converted to a vga or higher signal before it will display on flat screens. You cannot just put the wires into a HD15 VGA port.
    There are several conversion sources, including Brunswick, QAMF and Evolution. All will offer you a complete package of hardware and monitors, or just all the hardware you need - your monitors
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      I didn't mean just shove the wires in the port I have pinned new plugs on older AMF systems and had no problem. I can get the VGA plugs cheap I was just wondering if Brunswick sold a dongle so i don't have to waist time making my own VGA plugs. I have the Frames and I have the LCD's, I am just trying to save time so I don't have to re wire 50 plugs.

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        Brunswick is selling FX LCD INTERFACE....and need to upgrade your fx software version to 6.3 to be compatible with the widescreen or lcd....
        JOJO

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          My familiarity with the term dongle is more suited to a hardware piece related to security, or was used to describe a network cable adaptor for notebook computers. So I'm interpreting your question as if a cable adaptor is available. The answer is no. If you make one with the molex connector on one to plug into the overhead Frameworks cable, and matching the color and sync signals to the corresponding positions of a VGA connector, it won't work. The frequency output of Fworks, and the input of a VGA signal are different.
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            I attempted the conversion myself awhile back. We ended up opting for the evolution pkg. If you do a search for a previous thread i had started titled "fx upper lcd conversion" you may find some more information to help you. A member named " theguy" outlined a conversion that he had done himself. The choice is yours if you want to do as he has. For us, it was a matter of a clean install, plug and play(reducing down time), and having a product that not only was supported, but warranted. Hope this helps.
            Clarence Metzger

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