If you want to feel like a supervillain or a 1960's super-scientist,
while having manual selection of multiple VGA inputs or outputs, this
switch box is the perfect solution. It's a sturdily-crafted rotary
box that works as a many-to-one or one-to-many distributor.
This unit features female DH15 connectors, the three-row 15-pin
female connector known as VGA. It features a substantial rotating
switching mechanism that implements a Break-Before-Make method, ensuring
that the old signal is completely disconnected before the new one
is connected, so there is no risk of shorting or spiking.
Most importantly, this switch is a large, heavy, metal behemoth that represents
the make-it-last-forever mentality of early computer electronics. They are
perfect for underground bunkers, retro-sci-fi labs, time machines, and anywhere
that a resounding Ca-CHUNK is more suitable than a soft and dainty 'click'.
To connect this switch to a computer or mounting plate or other VGA jack, you'll
need some male-to-male VGA cables.