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Monster Video® 2

Composite video cable (2 meters (6.6 ft.))

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Overview

Our take on the Monster Video® 2

Get crisp, detailed images from your cable/satellite receiver, DVD player, and camcorder — connect them with Monster Video 2 composite video cables. Monster uses dual-layer shielding to guard against electromagnetic and radio frequency interference for the clearest possible signal. The multi-strand copper center conductor and low-loss dielectric maximize signal strength. And Monster's patented 24k gold-plated Turbine® RCA connectors resist corrosion and provide a solid grip.

Product Highlights:

  • multi-strand copper center conductor
  • dual-layer shielding (foil and copper braid) resists radio frequency (RF) and electromagnetic (EM) interference
  • low-loss design for improved video signal transfer
  • precision 75-ohm impedance design
  • 24k gold-plated, 6-cut Turbine® RCA connectors with split-tip center pin
  • warranty: lifetime
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Snug fit flexible and high quality sound. What more need be said.

Anonymous, minneapolis, Mn

What's in the Box:

  • 6.56' (2m) Composite video cable
  • "Information to consumers in application of EU WEEE Directive 96/2002" note
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Monster Video® 2 Reviews

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Awesome

Anonymous from minneapolis, Mn on 11/15/2013

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Snug fit flexible and high quality sound. What more need be said.

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Features

Overview: The Monster 200V Composite Video Cable features advanced construction that minimizes "video noise" for a sharper, clearer picture. Heavy-duty dual-layer shielding guards against outside EM and RF interference, while all-copper stranding and a low-loss dielectric maximize signal strength for improved overall video performance.

Precise 75-Ohm Impedance Design: For optimum video signal strength.

24K gold Contact 6-Cut Turbine Connectors: Patented 24k gold contact 6-cut Turbine connectors for enhanced signal transfer and corrosion resistance.

Split-Tip Connector: Split-Tip center pin for maximum contact pressure and ultra-low signal distortion.

Rubber Connector: Rubber O ring grip allows easy connector handling.

Silver Solder Connections: Silver content solder connections for maximum transfer of delicate low-level signals.

Multi-Stranded Copper Conductor: Multi-stranded copper center conductor with all-copper construction for lower loss and extended linear bandwidth.

High-Density Dual-Layer Shielding: 100% aluminized Mylar foil shield and high-density copper braid for maximum rejection of EM and RF interference.

Gas-Injected Dielectric: Gas-injected dielectric for high-velocity signal transfer, even over long runs or when cable is bent.

Duraflex Protective Jacket: Duraflex protective jacket flexible for easy routing and installation.

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Needed a nice cable.[ John  May 14, 2017 ]
To connect my cable box to my VCR[ Louis  Jan 22, 2017 ]

1 question already asked

Technically you could use the video cables for audio purposes in your car audio system--however, given that these cables are designed specifically for video signal transfer, you would likely get better quality and performance from an RCA audio cable in this situation. If you would like to discuss further, feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (1-800-324-9695) or online chat.[ Larry  May 02, 2017 ]  Staff
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