Re: VGA Cable Questions
q1, no. but inteference, noise and signal loss does come into play.
-which is why there is a limit on the length of LAN cables, there will be practical lengths for video cables which are sent as signals.
q2, no. the video card on provides a signal to the video board in the TV/monitor, this video board os powered by the TV, and the screen/inverter/tube or whatever the monitor is built around is powered at the monitor.
the card/machine will work harder to power monitors with higher resolutions however. so you may see a difference in performance running a small screen at 800x600 or a large TV at 1450x1024.
but... resolution is such that now your 19" monitor is likely to be able to use the same resolutions as your 42" TV.
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