Can I use a monitor to monitor 15 pin VGA cable as a D-sub cable for a home theater system?

Answer As long as your purpose is to connect a VGA output to a VGA input, yes.>> When I see or hear "D-sub", I think of 9-pin data connections. They cannot be connected or adapted to VGA connections.

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