Monster Cable

Monster Cable Showcases HDMI 1.4 at CEA Line Shows
June 11, 2009

Monster Cable has readied a line of HDMI cables to meet the new HDMI 1.4 specifications, becoming one of the first companies to offer such cables, said the company’s founder, Noel Lee, at a CEA Line Shows presentation yesterday in New York.

Showcase Event Coming to Maui
April 23, 2009

Pacific Audio, along with CEDIA ROI, announced that it will host an event in Maui on June 5. The event is called “Home Integration for Convenience, Comfort & Safety," and will include workshops with both Sam Cavitt and ROI instructor Pat Mulligan. 

2009 Distributor Directory
April 1, 2009

In these challenging economic times, when a choice must be made about who a custom integrator will do business with, service is the differentiator—just as it is at the client level.

Monster Moves to the Next HDMI Level
March 23, 2009

Monster Cable has partnered with Irish silicon chip developer RedMere and will release sometime in September its first models in a new line of self-powered, ultra-thin HDMI cables.

Monster Show Coming to TLC
March 9, 2009

Monster Cable and its Head Monster, Noel Lee, will be featured on an upcoming episode of TLC's "Street Customs." The show will feature the customization of the Monster Bentley car, which was unveiled by Monster at International CES in January.

Monster and HP Tackle PC Connectivity
January 12, 2009

Combining the HP and Monster names will help retailers selling computer-related products have an easier time bundling the accessories as part of a full networking or home entertainment solution.

The New Monster M5 Dealer Program
January 1, 2009

The current economy means developing and executing smart sales strategies and literally leaving no stone unturned when it comes to potential profit-building opportunities.

Monster Gets Ludacris With CES Contest
December 29, 2008

Monster Cable this week announced the launch of a contest in which users are invited to submit videos in connection with the album "Theater of the Mind," by the rap star Ludacris.