High-end 2m VGA Male (15 Pin) to VGA Male (15 Pin) Cable for connecting a device with Female analog VGA connectors.
Also known as a DSUB or Monitor Cable.
VGA is an very high quality analog standard, commonly found on Computer Monitors, LCD Screens, Plasma Displays, Desktop & Notbook Computers & most Projectors. Generally speaking, VGA leads offer the highest image quality before switching to Digital inputs like DVI & HDMI.
Our VGA leads are specifically manufactured to meet Australia's high standards and feature a Double Sheilded Ferrite core for the optimal EMI and RFI screening protection.
Our VGA products are part of our new range of AV cables we have source without the expensive retail packaging so we can offer amazing quality & value!
- Cable Chick 5 Year Warranty!!!
- High-end Double Sheilded VGA Cable!
- Ferrite core for the optimal EMI and RFI screening protection!
- Colour: Black with Silver ConnectorsWhy shop with Cable Chick
- Australia's leading retailer of AV cables and tech accessories
- Flat-rate shipping nation wide
- Secure online shopping 24/7
- 14 years experience with 1000's of health, government & education clients
- ALL products locally stocked for same-day dispatch
- Industry leading warranties up to 5-years on products
- A customer base of over 250k+ Australians who trust Cable Chick
- Proudly to be 100% Australian, employing all local staff
(5th Jan, 2011)
Product Review by Vassili,
I have recently ordered a set of cables from Cable Chick, to be used for setting up our second home theatre system.
This is the second home theatre system I've set up, as well as a home-built PC, using cables ordered from CableChick.com. The cables were of a hight quality for a fraction of the cost of buying the same cables at an electronics store.
I was able to get all the cables I needed for the system, from Cable Chick, including 3 HDMI cables, a 3.5mm audio to AV cable, a coaxial cable and a TOSlink cable for around $110, including delivery, which is still less than the rip-off merchants at electronics stores are asking for a single HDMI cable (around $120), and it all came with a free shirt :)
The quality of the cable seems to be as good as the cable they were selling at Harvey Norman and Good Guys for $120. The only difference was that the cables I bought did not have protective metal mesh, which we don't need since we have no pets which could chew through the cable, however before we bought the cables with the protective metal mesh and they, and the other cables we bought were still a higher quality and cheaper than the ones sold at Harvey Norman and The Good Guys.
We quickly received an invoice through e-mail, as well as updates for the status of our order, which was reassuring that our product was being sent to us soon.
The order came in two business days, which is a very timely manner compared to other Australian e-tailers, with all the cables intact, well-packaged and with a free T-shirt included.
Very happy with the products and service, will definetely recommend to my friends if they are in need of cables.
(1st Feb, 2010)
Product Review by Dave,
Hi - just wanted to say that I received my order (2 x HDMI cables and a 15 PIN monitor cable). Not only were the items shipped quickly (less than 2 days), the cables were of an excellent quality at about a 3rd of the price if I had purchased from a retail store. I have already passed your site details onto 3 of my friends.
(25th Jan, 2010)
Product Review by Arthur,
I just want to say thank you to the Cable Chick for providing such great service and line of products.
I buy all my cables, adapters and converters from the Cable Chick site, because theyre fast and have the most competitive prices (even after you add delivery charges!).
In a recent home theatre PC build I found myself short of some connections for inside and out of the build.
3 x 45cm SATA Cable (SATA / SATAII Compatible)
1 x High-End 1.8M VGA Male to VGA Male 15 Pin Monitor Cable
1 x Internal Molex Power to Serial ATA Power Cable
1 x Pro Series 1m TOSLINK to TOSLINK Fibre Optic Cable
I checked out my local electronics store and discovered they were selling the same VGA at 150 percent above the Cable Chick; it really was a no brainer. The Pro Series TOSLINK Fibre Optic cable really was professional grade, thicker than the one Id bought from the AV store when I purchased my home theatre setup. And to really cap off my purchase experience with the Cable Chick I scored some minties, a discount card on my next purchase and their freebie for the month, a set of colour coded Velcro cable ties I used the ties to keep my rats nest of cables behind the home theatre setup in control.
I wouldnt hesitate to recommend the Cable Chick to anyone!
PS. If youre ever unsure about your connectivity needs, Ive found the guys at Cable Chick are more than able to assist with the right information.
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