Audio-video solutions for your office, home, & everything in between!
We've brought the same top notch quality, dependable reliability, 24/7 availability, and economic pricing you know us for right into your home and office with our audio-video cables and adapters!
Whether you need an extra long active optical HDMI cable for those extreme reaches or a simple USB extension cable for those pesky (and always too short) cables for your phone, we have a solution to cover you.
|HDMI cables carry high definition (HD) or ultra high definition (UHD) (HD, 720p, 1080p, 4K 60hz) audio-visual signals between devices over a range of available distances. HDMI is the most common standard for modern monitors, televisions, & projectors. Compatible with output devices such as PCs & computer video cards, gaming consoles (Sony PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch), audio receivers, and more.|
|Quickly giving HDMI cables a run for their money, these newer DisplayPort cables are typically used to carry UHD (2K@120Hz, 4K@120Hz) signals at faster refresh rates than it's older cousins. The most modern monitors, projectors, televisions, computers (and video cards), and next generation video game consoles typically carry DisplayPort 1.4 ports, so these are expected to become the new HDMI cable.|
|Sometimes connectivity really is as easy as plug-and-play. Our DVI cables can replace or extend your available reach between DVI compatible output and display devices. Great for office use at work or at home, such as workstation to monitor connections. Single link can support up to 1920x1200 60hz signals, while dual link can even carry a 4K signal (though only at 60hz refresh rates).|
|Able to convert your display device's HDMI ports for compatibility with a single link DVI or dual link DVI, our HDMI adapters help connect legacy output devices and PCs to modern monitors and projectors. These are perfect for ensuring no tech goes to waste that can be brought back to life and used in your office, home, or networking center.|
USB Cables & USB Extenders
|Known as the standard that keeps reinventing itself, the USB port has become a communication, charging, and data transfer staple. Whether its your smartphone, your PC, or even your television, it likely uses a USB cable of some kind. USB standards are typically identified by a letter (A, B, C) and a size (nano, micro, mini, full). USB type-C is the newest and fastest data transfer rates (including capabilities for fast charging if plugged into a power plug or brick with enough amperage to support your device).|