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  • Niles C5-VGA

    CAT-5 VGA video balun

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    • sends VGA video to another room in your house via shielded CAT-5 cable
    • VGA input/output, shielded Ethernet jack
    • two Niles VGA baluns required for a fully functioning setup

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    $74.99 After $30.00 Price Break

    Open Box: $63.74
    Scratch & Dent: $59.99
  • Recoton DirecTV Installation Kit (model V520)

    Basic kit for a single-receiver DirecTV system

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    • Provides necessary cables, including RG6 coaxial cable, telephone line cord, and stereo audio/video RCA patch cord
    • includes compass, assorted fasteners, anchors, and more

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    $9.99 After $10.00 Price Break

    Open Box: $6.99
  • Darbee Darblet™ DVP 5000

    Video processor

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    • video processor enhances picture detail, contrast and depth
    • supports all standard- and high-definition video resolutions up to 1080p, and also supports 3D video up to 1080p
    • installs between any HDMI-compatible video source and display

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    $299.99 After $20.00 Price Break

  • Sony VMC-MHC1

    HD output adapter cable for select Sony digital cameras

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    • high-definition adapter cable for select Sony Cyber-shot digital cameras
    • gold-plated component video and stereo audio connectors

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    $29.99 After $10.00 Price Break

    Open Box: $24.99
    Scratch & Dent: $19.99
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