I have a customer with the following desire. In a room 15' across, they are going to place a large flat screen TV on one wall. Opposite that will be a couch along with a desktop PC. They will also use their laptops from this couch.
The customer likes to use either the PC or their laptops to hook up a VGA cable to the TV screen and use that as a monitor.
I would like to provide them with a wall jack with a female VGA interface on both sides of the room. The jacks will be connected via a crawlspace.
Does anyone know of a jack connector which I can mount in a wall box for a VGA female interface? And how is the cable connected to the jack, by soldering it?
I know that it would be possible to run a pre-made cable into the wall and through the crawlspace but even that has it's challeges. For one, I do not like having a loose cable sticking out of the wall. Also, the house rests on what looks like had-hewn 10"x 10" beams intead of the uusual 10" x 12" x 2" board. As it is I will probably have to knock out some of the cinder block which makes up the foundation.
Anyway, I would appreciate any advice.
- Greg Knopf email@example.com