3ft SVGA Cable, HD15, Male to Male, Ferrite CoreProduct Filters
SVGA Cable with Ferrites, Black, HD15 Male, Coaxial Construction, Double Shielded, 3 foot
This 3 foot black SVGA Cable has two HD15 male ends and features ferrite beads, coaxial construction and double shielding. Its primary use is for connecting a computer to a computer monitor for video display. The ferrite beads/cores are small iron oxide alloy cylinders wrapped around the ends of the cable. They are used to suppress EMI/RFI electronic noise on the cable by absorbing the unwanted high frequencies and dissipating them. The coaxial construction and double shielding work to further suppress noise, delivering you the best picture possible. Our SVGA video cables can handle the lowest resolutions used on computer monitors today all the way up to a maximum of 2048 x 1536.
JM (Leesburg, VA)
The output quality is not as good as my 6' VGA KVM cable but it is decent.
EB (Fairfield, CT)
I can't believe you're selling these. These connectors, because they're shielded, I suppose, need to be thick and "clunky" leaving very little room to operate the thumbscrews, when a bunch of cables are plugged in next to each other on laptops/monitors. BUT THE THUMBSCREWS HAVE NO SCREWDRIVER SLOTS CAST INTO THE ENDS! I didn't know anyone made anything like this, these days. It would take no extra cost for the manufacturer to cast a slot into these caps, but they didn't do it. Yeah, it sounds like a small thing, but a cabling job that should take me less than a minute, instead takes 5 minutes, with cut and bruised knuckles. And I had to hook up 6 cable ends, since I bought 3 cables. So a 5-minute job is now a half-hour job. And I get to experience the delay and pain all over again when I disconnect. Shame on you!
kb (greensboro, nc)
RM (Rockwood, PA)
Good quality HD SVGA cable.
NL (Gainesville, FL)
These cables did exactly what i needed them to do.
BK (Waco, Tx)
FH (Burnsville, MN)
Exactly what I needed.
TD (Ontario , CA)
The product itself performed flawlessly, thank you.
MC (San Jose, CA)
I needed to hook up a monitor and the HD15 did the trick.