I have 3 LG monitors mounted on my desk.
Two of those are barely reachable by the DC power cable: it is only 1.2m long and I need at least 50cm more for it to fit in my cable management system. So at the moment those power blocks are just dangling from the desk.
Extending the AC cable part of the adapter is not an option: the actual block has to stay under the desk.
I can't find a suitable replacement adapter for my 2 screens, so I thought about extending the DC cable by +/- 50cm.
I've seen some posts here and there about the voltage dropoff when extending a DC cable, but those posts were mainly about extending the cables by a few meters, not 50cm.
I'm also worried about any noise it might generate in the signal.
So is there anything I should keep in mind when doing this?
And about the actual extending itself: if it can be done, do I need to solder the cables or can I use something like a screw-terminal block?