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6ft Ultra Slim SVGA Super VGA 30/32AWG M/M Monitor Cable w/ ferrites (Gold Plated Connector)
Despite the introduction of DVI and HDMI®, the common VGA connection is still the primary connection for most computer monitors.
This ultra slim cable is designed to handle analog VGA and extended VGA resolutions. The conductors for the three color lines are 30AWG coaxial, while the remaining conductors are 32AWG stranded wire.
The cable features gold-plated male DE-15 (aka HD-15 or DB-15) connectors on each end for smooth, corrosion-free connections. It includes ferrite cores at each end, which ensure that EMI and RFI interference will not enter your video system.
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PROS: Original cable did not fit with PC due to thickness making it too rigid.
CONS: Monoprice reduced the charge for the replacement and the S&H charge due to the original product being too rigid. Most professional and totally accommodating to my needs.
PROS: Thin, not at all bulky
If they could make the ferrite beads a little longer and slimmer or something, that might "feel" better than what's on there now. Really a minor gripe though, and not a deal-breaker unless the little bit of extra bulk right toward the ends of the cables is an absolute showstopper for your particular installation situation.
PROS: Less bulky and stiff than regular VGA cables no noticeable signal quality loss on a 24" LCD
CONS: Ferrite beads seem bulkier (probably because they're the same outside diameter as on regular VGA cables, but the thinner cable makes them seem fatter)
PROS: Good Price, Quick Delivery, Good Selection
PROS: Great price point
PROS: The think profile makes it ideal for tight fits.
CONS: The part where the cable meets the connector seems a little less durable then other Monoprice VGA cables. However, so long as you don't apply undue stress to the connector it should be fine.