All video through this cable had herringboning (fine moving diagonial lines and/or dancing dots), across multiple devices. I've seen thiis behavior before occasionally even on very short S-Video cables, and am not sure what causes it disagreement over ground reference? Poor shielding? Monoprice's 2415 (same length cable, but without the additional audio RCA cables) did not have the herringboning and was crystal clear in exactly those circumstances that this cable was fuzzy. Note that the bad behavior occurred whether or not 0, 1, or both of the RCA cables were also connected at either or both ends, so I doubt it's grounding per se. Fuzziness occurred whether the cable was still coiled up and connecting two adjacent devices or was strung across the room.
Truly sorry to hear about the issue encountered with PID 129. Does this issue occur when testing with different devices or displays? We do offer a one year warranty on this item. Should the issue continue, I can assist you in setting up an RMA for a replacement to see if that will work better for you. Please let me know if anything changes or if you would like to continue with a replacement.
Gisselle B. Tech Support
November 18, 2016
PC to TV connection works great
My video card has an S-video out, so this cable easily connects my PC to my TV via the S-Video jack. In the man-cave, my PC is across the room, but this cable makes it easy to stream from my PC to TV.
You can't beat this price for a high quality cable with great connectors.
PROS: Extremely helpful to have the audio bundled in the same cord.
CONS: Since the audio and video are separate cables, it makes the bundle pretty thick.