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    Monoprice 8-Port USB PS2 Combo KVM Switch with Cable, Retail
    Product # 3407
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    What is the maximum length for the cables- I ran a 25 foot cable to the KVM and it would not recognize either PS/2 or USB mouse. The keyboard seems to work OK. Also when I shortened the cable to get the mousse to work about 15 FT, the scroll wheel did not work. When I used a 6 FT cable all worked fine. I have 8 servers in a controlled area that is 20 feet from the managers console.. Do you have any advise to solve this ?
    Salvatore T on Oct 13, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: Hi, it's tough to troubleshoot without details about your cable and peripherals. But an ordinary 25 foot cable exceeds the recommended 5 meter length for USB 2.0 passive cables and could cause the issues you described. Even going down to 15ft could still cause problems since your mouse adds a few more feet of cable. If you need the extra length, best bet would be to use an active cable like Product 8489, or 8751.
    4.5 / 5.0
    36 Reviews
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    If anyone knows where to buy these cables please let us know. I have searched everywhere.

    PROS: Works Great
    Comes with cables
    On Screen Display

    CONS: Cables are 6 Foot Long only. My network rack is 7 foot, so this has to be mounted lower than the top. I also need 1 per rack because the cables will not reach
    February 28, 2013
    unbelievable ? Believe it.
    Finally something that seems too good to be true can be trusted.

    Plugged in 2 Macintosh, 2 old dell desktop computers, 1 old dell server, and 2 new dell servers, all came up without issue.

    Only complaint is the color. Not pretty. But the price helps you get over it as soon as all your computers fire up.

    Come with 8 cables.

    November 10, 2008
    Recently purchased 5 of these for use in a small developer lab. Generally pretty happy with them, native USB support lets us ditch the flaky PS2 to USB adapters we were forced to use on newer servers.

    They have a serious flaw for our useage - will not activate the Dell front-panel VGA. With 40+ servers in the rack, rather than wire each and every single one to a KVM, we leave a couple dangling KVM connections in the front of the rack, to be manually plugged into servers that are rarely accessed via console.

    Tracked the problem down to the KVM cables - the connector on the KVM side is a standard HD15/VGA connector. It 'steals' some of the pins to carry the USB and PS2 signals. Unfortunately on the VGA end, it left a number of pins disconnected. Specifically, there are normally 5 ground pins on the VGA connection (ground, red-return, green-return, blue-return, and sync-ground). This KVM leaves the RGB-returns floating.

    On the Dell servers, it normally sends the VGA signal out the rear video connector. It switches it to the front when it detects that a monitor is plugged in there. Unfortunately, it appears to use the RGB-returns being grounded to detect when something is plugged in, so when you plug this KVM into the front panel - the video isn't detected, and doesn't work.

    It is possible to build a small dongle that sits on the end of the KVM cable that ties the ground and RGB-return lines together - so I've kept the units - be be aware out of the box, they are incompatible.

    PROS: Generally works well, OSD labelling and chaining are nice features.

    CONS: Short cables.
    Some compatibility issues.
    November 27, 2011

    PROS: Seems to work as expected

    CONS: Cables are too short. We had difficulty routing the cables in our 6' server rack. We feel that the cables should be at least 10' long for proper routing in this size rack.
    April 2, 2012
    Very disappointed
    We purchased one last year that came with 10ft cables. I researched and found couple of other brands about the same price. But cables were a plus for this system. Without looking I ordered this one, and they have reduced cable length to 6ft. Really monoprice?... 6ft doesnt even cover height of the rack. They took a completely good product and screwed it.

    PROS: Works.

    CONS: 6 ft cables. Is this a joke?
    December 13, 2012
    No replacement cable? Are you joking?
    Bought this to use in my work as an IT. 4 cables missing. I tried to buy additional cable, but they don't have it. Then the rep said that they are the manufacturer of this unit. Ok, so, they are the manufacturer, but they are not selling any replacement cable.

    Be aware, if you lose or break any cable, you cannot get replacement (even if you are willing to pay for it!!!!)

    PROS: Works very well.

    Cascading capability makes this switch a beast.

    CONS: 6 ft cable

    No replacement available.
    August 27, 2014
    I would give it a 10, but I've only used it for couple of days. I have various devices plugged in and haven't ran into any incompatibilities yet. The OSD is nice and simple. For the price of $176 including all 8 cables, it's the best KVM. The cables have USB and PS2, so you can plug a computer in using any ports anytime. I love it already.
    November 2, 2007
    8-Port USB PS2 Combo KVM
    Worth every cent. Reliable, easy to use, and the right price.

    PROS: Works better than expected.

    CONS: non yet
    May 15, 2013
    8 port Mono price KVM
    The 8 port KVM works great just like it its supposed to, It is replacing a 4port KVM that was 18 years old. I also like the fact that the KVM Came with the Cables as well. Can't beat it for the price. Quality is there just like all the other monoprice products I have purchased in the past. Keep up the good work.

    Alan Krueger
    April 2, 2018
    7 months ago
    Arrived in a timely manor and works great!

    PROS: Works great and is a good value.

    CONS: None
    February 24, 2015