High-end 3m 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 Connectors
Why shop with Cable Chick
- Australia's leading retailer of AV cables and tech accessories
- Flat-rate shipping nation wide
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- 14 years experience with 1000's of health, government & education clients
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- Industry leading warranties up to 5-years on products
- A customer base of over 250k+ Australians who trust Cable Chick
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