VGA to VGA Monitor Cable
- High performance VGA cable connects a VGA (Video Graphic Array) equipped computer to a monitor or projector with 15-pin VGA port (also known as RGB, DB-15, DE-15, HD-15, HDB-15 or D-sub 15) for video editing, gaming, or video projection
- Supports resolutions at 800×600 (SVGA), 1024×768 (XGA), 1600×1200 (UXGA), 1080p (Full HD), 1920×1200 (WUXGA), and up for high resolution LCD and LED monitors
- The VGA cord engineered with molded strain relief connectors for durability, grip treads for easy plugging and unplugging, and finger-tightened screws for a secure connection
- The combination of gold-plated connectors and bare copper conductors provides this monitor cable with superior cable performance
- Foil & braid shielding and integrated dual ferrite cores on the VGA wire minimize crosstalk, suppress noise, and protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI)
|Part number STC-FF021
|Cable Jacket Type PVC - Polyvinyl Chloride
Cable Shield Type Aluminum-Mylar Foil with Braid
Connector Plating Nickel
|Connector A 1 - VGA (15 pin, High Density D-Sub) Male
Connector B 1 - VGA (15 pin, High Density D-Sub) Male
|Cable Length 6 ft [1.8 m]
Connector Style Straight
Product Weight 0.5 lb [0.2 kg]
Wire Gauge 28 AWG
|Package Quantity 1Shipping (Package)
Weight 0.5 lb [0.2 kg]
|What's in the Box
VGA Monitor Cable
The STC Gold-Plated VGA Cable is the ultimate link for connecting your desktop or laptop to a monitor or projector. The combination of gold-plated connectors, heavy 28 AWG bare copper conductors, foil & braid shielding, and dual ferrite cores provides superior cable performance. Molded strain relief connectors, finger-tightened screws, and easy-grip treads increase durability, ensure a secure connection, and make plugging and unplugging a breeze.
"I would like to claim that all cables are the same, and those who purchase anything but the cheapest ones are fools. This was my belief a number of months ago. However, connecting my laptop to a second monitor, I was having such terrible image quality that I was considering buying a new monitor. Ghosting, some color distortion, general lack of clarity/resolution... After doing some internet research, I realized that other electrical interference may be causing some of these issues, so I tried moving my cable away from other electronics - it worked, mostly, except that it was a logistical nightmare. On my desk I have an ethernet cord, power cable, headphones cable, and the monitor's power cable. That is a LOT of interference.Finally, in desperation, I bought this cable - and lo and behold, it WORKS. It is indeed resistant to interference! It can hang out with my laptop's power cable all day long and the picture quality doesn't suffer at all. Images are brighter, clearer, and best of all - zero ghosting!!
In summary: if you need a VGA cable, or you're having picture quality issues with what you have now, buy one of these! They're great!"
"Bought this for a show where the projector would be stage-center and my A/V station would be offstage. This cable looks good, feels good and worked perfectly. The cable jacket is tough. The cable is thinner than I expected. It's a bit stiff, so takes some care to coil properly.
"I use this with my Mythtv box to my Sony 50 lcd. I bought a cheaper SVGA that for some reason only allowed my computer to see the tv as a monitor and would not allow me to give it the correct resolution. I am not sure why though. This cable pluged in and worked great. Allows my laptop to see the tv as a tv and not just a monitor. I am not sure why, but in this case a few more dollors makes a difference."
"Works Great! I have my laptop connected to my monitor everyday. All i have to do is pull it off and stick it on again and it works perfectly. The material of which the teeth are made of is strong, has not broken. I am a college student and I have been using it for about three months pulling it and plugging it back in constantly when I get back to my room."
"I have a 12-year-old computer and an 8-year-old monitor and I was worried when I plugged them in together using this 25 foot cable. Well, it works like a charm with NO loss of signal or ghost images or anything else. I'm unsure what the issue is with the other buyers, but it can't be this cable's fault, maybe they have rusted or corroded pins to plug the VGA cables into?"