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BNC M/M RG59U - 50ft
BNC male to BNC male, RG59u, 75ohm coaxial cable.
The BNC connector is commonly found on professional video connections. Other applications include amateur radio antenna connections, aviation electronics and on electronic test equipment.
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However these cables were used in a patch panel where I would connect a camera or something similar and then it would route the signal through high end belkin SDI cables about 100 feet further. When I got the cables I was having a bunch of issues with the signal on the other end (flickering, little digital stars, and sometimes no signal at all). Since I have used monoprice cables for so long, I swore it wasn't the cables so I started the process of getting the tech support people to come back and inspect why their equipment and patching wasn't working properly. The entire process of troubleshooting all the equipment issues took a little over a month because of how often the meeting room was in use where we needed to troubleshoot the issues. In the end we figured out that the shielding is so low quality on these cables that it was letting off enough data that the final image was giving us all that trouble. Using good Belkin SDI cables, of same lengths and even longer lengths there are no issues whatsoever. And worst of all, when I went to return them to monoprice, they told me since I was just outside of their 30 day return policy, they won't refund me! Save your money and get good cables from vendors who will stand behind their product. I must have bought hundreds cables (HDMI, RCA, DVI, BNC, etc) in the past for many companies I worked for....you'd think that Monoprice would care...but no. Just buy a reel of Belkin cable, get the bnc ends and a crimper tool...look online it isn't that difficult to make them and not much more expensive than monoprice...and they actually work!
CONS: Not good for HD-SDI
Not good on long runs
Monoprice won't stand behind the product
CONS: Noise on the line when the cable did work, most times the signal would not be sent.
CONS: Does not carry SDI signal.
PROS: Sturdy, not flimsy, clear
CONS: Doesn't carry HD-SDI signal well enough to use in a professional work situation
PROS: Good quality cable at a low price
CONS: The product was not in stock so I had to wait several weeks before it was available.
PROS: Good product
CONS: The cable ws out of stock when I wanted it so I had to wait for several weeks.