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Video: Monster Cables Provide Perfect Tuning

Monster proves not all cables are made the same with a bit rate error tester

June 30, 2011
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Remy Carlis from Monster Cable demonstrated the precision of Monster's HDMI 1000 cables at CEA Line Shows.

When the cable runs through a bit error rate tester, set to 17.8 gigabits, the test shows zero errors in 10 seconds which means the Monster cable is tuned exactly to 17.8 gigabits. As Carlis says, Monster proves not all cables are made the same.

 

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Jack Cotter - Posted on July 07, 2011
Hey Mac, I'd be interested if any of our readers have tried any tests like that with cables. We did see a test that failed, but that part of the video didn't work out unfortunately. Maybe we'll add it to the Blu-ray special features.... just kidding. Jack
Mac - Posted on July 05, 2011
Where are the examples of what the "other" failed competitors cables look like?
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Jack Cotter - Posted on July 07, 2011
Hey Mac, I'd be interested if any of our readers have tried any tests like that with cables. We did see a test that failed, but that part of the video didn't work out unfortunately. Maybe we'll add it to the Blu-ray special features.... just kidding. Jack
Mac - Posted on July 05, 2011
Where are the examples of what the "other" failed competitors cables look like?