Connect your VGA monitor with the highest quality connection available Long VGA Cable / Long Monitor Cable / Projector Cable / 50ft VGA Cable Ferrite core eliminates EMI interference Ideal for high resolution monitors 1920x1200 and above Triple-coaxial twisted-pair wire for crystal clear display Molded connectors with strain relief Connect your laptop up to 50 feet away from a projector Compatible with ViewSonic PJD5234 / ViewSonic PJD5533W / Epson EX7220 / Epson EX5220 This 6ft High Resolution VGA Extension Cable is designed to provide the highest video quality possible through VGA. Ideally suited for high resolution VGA applications, this high quality male to female coaxial VGA extension cable helps to eliminates picture "ghosting" and fuzzy images inherent to non-coaxial cables, and provides superior EMI interference protection by using ferrite cores near the connector ends.Manufacturer: StarTech.comManufacturer Part Number: MXT101MMHQ50Manufacturer Website Address: Brand Name: StarTech.comProduct Name: High Resolution VGA Monitor CableProduct Type: Video CableCable Length: 50 ftConnector on First End: 1 x HD-15 Male VideoConnector on Second End: 1 x HD-15 Male VideoDevice Support: MonitorStandard Warranty: Lifetime
I wanted a cable that ran from my computer to my HDTV, had great picture quality, and didn't want to pay for advertising(ex. MONSTER CABLE) .I was not disapointed. Very clear(and heavy) cable. It is very sturdy too. Contrast is awsome. Overall very nice cable for the price. I now use it to play games on my TV from my computer(and watch HDTV trailers) PS. even though it is 15ft long ...there is no ghosting or picture abnormalities.
I have a really sharp Trinitron monitor which came with a decent quality video cable and text was sharp and clear. Recently I bought a new top-brand Geforce 4 Ti4800 video card and, after installing it, text became significantly ghosted. I later heard that the manufacturer used cheap parts which degrade the signal at high frequency (above 60Hz) when used in 2D (i.e. text) mode. I had to switch to 60 Hz to get sharp text, which still wasn't as sharp as it was with my previous..