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Good Cables (Not Overpriced Monster)

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by jaycook, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. jaycook

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    OK.. we all know Monster Cables are overpriced, but what are some good alternatives for Composite Audio/Video Hookup??? I tried going the cheap way with Generic Cables with RCA Ends and was getting interference like crazy on my TV when I hooked them up to my DVR and to the DVD Player....I know it was the cheap cables because when I unhooked them, the interference went away. This is for the DVR and DVD Recorder in the Den and I really don't want to pay big $$ for Monster Cables down there...The cables need to be 13-15' and I need to go 2 ways --one set 15' one way and the other set 15' the other way(don't ask...it's a long story), so you know Monster Cables at that length are going to cost $$$. Any help or suggestions greatly appreciated...Thanks!!! :lease:
     
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    Thanks for the info Joe...I'll check both those sites...and I know this is a UK site, but I usually get great info here and like the friendliness...that's why I asked here... :thumbsup:
     
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    this may be an UK sight but an international as well if i were you i will seriously check bluejeanscable as well i got my cables from there same stuff are on another website called www.ramelectronics.net but they are very difficult to deal with but this might be only for international purchases
    i believe Kurt from bluejeans can help you out

    regards
     

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