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Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)

$16.09

(8 customer reviews)
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  • 6 feet SVGA/VGA Monitor and Audio Cable with Coax
  • Extend both Video and Audio signals
  • Superior molded cables with foil-shielding for maximum EMI/RFI protection
  • HD15 male to HD15 male molded connectors
  • Per standard VGA specifications, Pin 9 is left open. This is standard for all VGA cables and should not be considered a defect.

Specification: Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)

Brand

‎Tripp Lite

Item model number

‎P504-006

Item Weight

‎8 ounces

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎72 inches

Color

‎Black

Department

‎Electronics

Manufacturer

‎TRIPP LITE

Country of Origin

‎China

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎January 12, 2011

Photos: Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)

8 reviews for Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)

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  1. MrData2

    I use closed captions. Since HDTV came out, closed captions are not compatible with High Def. I’m told that closed captions are analog signal and HD is digital. So, the newer movies have SDH (Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing). Not as good but, hey, it works.
    So, back to these cables. I have a collection of DVDs’ with closed captions that will not display when played on my DVD player. So, I got these cables, plugged them into the VGA output port of my laptop, and the other end to my VGA connection on my TV. Lucky for me, there was plenty of length to reach the audio port on both the laptop and HDTV. Then I popped my DVD’s into the laptop, and used Windows Media and turned on the caption display. Zahzaam! The captions appeared on my HDTV. Hooray.
    Now, I can enjoy all those old movies that have closed captions and no subtitles. yay!!!

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  2. James Braun

    I bought this to use with a Sony Vaio laptop. When connected to my HDTV, the laptop was able to recognize the TV and allowed me to set different resolutions. For my setup, the audio connections were long enough and the sound worked properly with the TV. The cable is sturdy and well made.

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  3. Edward Cabral

    This cable is great for hooking up A LCD screen that is not close to your desktop. The integrated audio is great because it’s one less cable you need to run along your wall. When I first installed the cable there was audio interference, but after a week it went away. If you have many cables present a hmmmm sound will come out of your speakers. You cant beat the price, but you can spend twice the amount of cash on some over priced cable if you like.

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  4. G. Vozzo

    I am using this cable with a 1920×1080 27″ TV/monitor. This 15-foot VGA cable introduces a slight amount of noise in both video and audio. While the computer boots up, some noise can be heard over the audio cable. (Not present using other cables I’ve tested.) However, I haven’t noticed this after Windows 7 has booted up. I might have to stress-test the CPU and GPU in order to fully test this; however, I’m content with what I’ve observed so far. As for picture noise, this is noticeable in two ways. One is to display a fine-pitch test pattern of alternating black and white lines. If you see noise in the picture, a fine-grain adjustment of the monitor’s clock/sync will probably remove it. (This is available in the two LCD TVs I have used as computer monitors.) Once this is removed, the only problem I notice is some faint banding toward the right side of the screen with black text on a white background (my other test for picture noise) – and only when viewing a TN-type monitor at its worst angle. This shows me that the cable isn’t perfect. Fortunately, if there is any blurring of the picture, it really isn’t noticeable to me.

    I don’t know if I can find a cable longer than six feet that doesn’t introduce some noise. Until I find the perfect cable, this one will certainly suffice.

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  5. RidgeHiker

    Seems well made and does what is supposed to. I have not used it a lot yet.

    I gave it a 4 star since the audio cords at the ends are short and I had to use an extension to reach the ear phone port on the computer.

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  6. David H. Hanneman

    I bought two of these to hook up a friend’s laptop and desktop to their TV. Worked like a charm; now they can watch movies from their native country on a regular sized TV. We use similar cables at work to hook up conference room projectors, and I have run into a few lesser-quality cables that caused issues: some of the “skinnier” (unshielded) cables get noise on the screen if they run next to electrical cable in the wall, or across a florescent light. Some cables have free-swiveling 90 degree bend connectors, but those tend to have one or more wires come loose after a while (especially if people keep fiddling with the ends). The Tripp Lite shielded cables in this review don’t have those issues. Price-wise they are a few bucks more than some other cables out there, but these are definitely good quality cables and connectors.

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  7. Momba

    I purchased this Cable from Home fashion Products through Amazon and it arrived in an unmarked plastic wrap couple of days ago with only one small sticker reading “50 foot cable; Made in China” attached to the wrapper. There is no marking anywhere on the cable showing that this Cable is from Tripp Lite so I contacted Tripp Lite and with my description Vs. their own I have no doubt that this is not a Tripp Lite product. I paid several times the price of comparable nameless cable manufacturers just for the name and quality of a reputable manufacturer.
    I contacted the distributor, although they could not explain why this product looks so different from the original, but they easily offered me a return option.

    The differences with Original are:
    1- The Audio Cable of Tripp Lite is much longer (over 2 feet long) vs. my cable has only 10″ long audio cables on each connector.
    2- The Tripp Lite name should have been stamped on the grip ribs of the connector ends; Mine has no marking whatsoever stamped anywhere on the cable.
    3- The Tripp Lite comes in Manufacturer’s packaging; this one in plastic shrink wrap. I understand some suppliers remove the original packaging to save on freight charges.
    4- Th Tripp Lite cable supposed to be nickel and gold plated connectors and contacts respectively; Mine does not look like having any nickel or gold plating, but I’m not expert in metal alloys/coatings

    As far as performance I don’t dare to install this cable through my attic and walls and then to find out it is not the original one; so I decided to return it for an original option.
    I’m waiting to hear back from the distributor.

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  8. Cheryl Matthews

    My monitor was fuzzy and the color wasn’t good. I contacted the company and they were really good about recommending a solution, but it didn’t work for me so they gave me a refund. It could have been my computer that is very old. I did change monitors but it didn’t help. Still I think the company is great on handling my situation and giving me good support.

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    Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)
    Tripp Lite VGA Coax Monitor Cable with audio, High Resolution cable with RGB coax (HD15 and 3.5mm M/M) 6-ft.(P504-006)

    $16.09

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