Okay, a quikie-<br><br>The G5s have arrived (yeah!). I would like to hook one of them up to dual displays for monitor spanning while video editing. The first was no problem (DVI to VGA connector). THe other puzzles me a bit. Both monitors that I will be hooking up are older Apple Monitors, the onl slot remaining is the ADC on back of G5. Do I need to purchase the ADC to DVI connector and then run that into another DVI to VGA? And if so, how bad will that effect quality? Or, what simple solution (not counting buying a 23" Cinema) am I overlooking?<br><br>
There is nothing wrong with Griffin's products. I like them a lot. Its just that they are full of [censored] when they announce a product's release date.<br><br>Hmmm... reminds me of a very popular computer hardware company. Now who could that be? <br><br>
I dunno, I haven't read a whole lot of great things about Grifs products - but again, I have no experience with them directly, so you may be right.<br><br>As far as the release date crack...<br><br>When Griffin announces a product and you don't get it on the day they state, it's because they haven't even started working on the project (it's vaporware). When Apple releases a product, the promised product DOES get released, it's just not nearly ENOUGH of them! <br><br><br>Visit Me!
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I had the same problem I belive with the G4 I got. My company ordered for me 2 CRT monitors but I coulld hook up only 1.<br>Went to the apple store and got an adapter (50$ Can.)<br>Been working on 2 CRT monitors since march.<br><br>___________________________________________<br><br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I've never used anything from Dr.Bott, but I've read quite a bit of good things about them<p><hr></blockquote><p>They're a pretty good company with solid products, no problems here. (Knock on wood)<br><br>
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