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17 FT / 5.2M VGA Cable
With all of the technological advances we´ve seen over the last few years, it´s hard to "define" equipment anymore. As recently as five or ten years ago, a computer was a computer, a television was a television, and a phone was a phone. Not anymore. We routinely watch TV, play high-resolution games and have voice and video chats on our computers, and we surf and watch Internet videos on our phones and HDTVs. For many applications, our devices are interchangeable.
That makes it more important than ever to be able to seamlessly move audio and video signals between devices without signal loss. When that task must be accomplished between video sources and computer monitors, it´s often accomplished by using a SVGA or VGA cable, particularly when you don´t have the very latest TVs with multiple HDMI connectors or monitors with DVI jacks. And when the video needs to be high-quality, it´s best accomplished by using our SVGA male-to-male monitor cable with ferrite cores.
This analog cable is backward-compatible, meaning it can act as a VGA cable and carry the lower-resolution signals we were accustomed to in pre-high definition days. But as a super-VGA cable, it can support today´s common high-resolutions like 800 x 600 and 1280 x 720 and support up to 16 million colors without breaking a sweat. It has standard SVGA/VGA male connectors on both ends (sometimes referred to as HD15, DB15, RGB, RGBHV or PC in/out), so one side easily plugs into your HDTV or other video source while the other plugs directly into your computer monitor. It only takes seconds, and the ten-foot length of this cable gives you plenty of play to make the connection.
We design our SVGA monitor cables to ensure the highest quality signal transfer possible. They are made from double shielded coax with four twisted pairs in order to guarantee low signal loss. And they are protected almost completely from the radio frequency and electromagnetic interference which can cause video degradation by the inclusion of ferrite cores to suppress high-frequency noise. The plugs are even gold-plated to minimize interference and to make sure they won´t corrode over the long term. And the durable, molded connectors are complete with thumbscrews so that they´ll secure tightly to the jacks on your television and monitor, also working to prevent any glitches in signal transmission.
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