Average length Reviewed by Anonymous from Denver, CO on 01/27/07
For the flat panel users who prefer the DVI setup, you will get great video performance. Cable to sturdy and well made. Have used several of these with no problems.
Range Reviewed by Plaq from Hemet, CA on 11/07/06
The VGA extensions serve a big need. These do also. Extend the range of a DVI flat panel or monitor easily with a 6ft extension. Works fine and was just the thing for relocating my in-laws monitor.
Dual Link! Reviewed by Biff from Springfield, MO on 10/30/06
Your flat panel needs a quality cable to connect you new top of the line card to your display. Good cable, length is great. Clean no interference picture.
Appears to be Male to Male Reviewed by Lizard from Denver, CO on 10/03/06
Cable works fine with projectors and setups needing male to male. DVI is the new standard. Not good if you have VGA only. Get a stepper to step down from DVI to VGA. Other way requires expensive hardware to boost the signal.
For the cable, good buy!
New Standard Reviewed by BigA from Waxahachie, TX on 09/25/06
These are the new vide connector standard. Plenty long for a new flat panel. Great length to replace the shorter cable that comes with your display.
Perfect for flat panels Reviewed by Anonymous from Beaverhead, NM on 09/13/06
DVI is the latest technology for monitors. Most newer vide cards have both (include a dongle for dual VGA) This is better performing, but much larger connector. Handy to get if you lost your cable to your monitor.
Flat Panel Needs Reviewed by Adios from Norco, CA on 08/17/06
The modern vidoe cards are doing away with VGA. The latest standard is DVI. Works with PC's or MAC's. Good lenght, quality cable.
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