VGA to VGA Cable, Benfei VGA to VGA 6 Feet Cable with Ferrites

(13 customer reviews)

$8.99

Last updated on 05:30 Details
  • High performance VGA cable connects a VGA (Video Graphic Array) equipped computer to a monitor or projector with 15-pin VGA port (also known as RGB, DB-15, DE-15, HD-15, HDB-15 or D-sub 15) for video editing, gaming, or video projection
  • Supports resolutions at 800×600 (SVGA), 1024×768 (XGA), 1600×1200 (UXGA), 1080p (Full HD), and up for high resolution LCD and LED monitors
  • The VGA cord engineered with molded strain relief connectors for durability, grip treads for easy plugging and unplugging, and finger-tightened screws for a secure connection
  • The combination of gold-plated connectors and bare copper conductors provides this monitor cable with superior cable performance.Foil & braid shielding and integrated dual ferrite cores on the VGA wire minimize crosstalk, suppress noise, and protect against electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI)
  • Lifetime WARRANTY – Exclusive Benfei Unconditional lifetime Warranty ensures long-time protection of your purchase; Friendly and easy-to-reach customer service to solve your problems timely
Brand

‎BENFEI

Connector Type

‎VGA

Cable Type

‎VGA

Compatible Devices

‎Projector, Laptop, Monitor, Personal Computer

Color

‎1 PACK

Unit Count

‎1 Count

Connectivity Technology

‎VGA

Gauge

‎30.0

Item model number

‎000222black

Item Weight

‎7.4 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎0.39 x 0.39 x 0.39 inches

Manufacturer

‎BENFEI

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

‎No

Date First Available

‎October 17, 2018

13 reviews for VGA to VGA Cable, Benfei VGA to VGA 6 Feet Cable with Ferrites

  1. Amazon Customer

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     I am happy to be writing this review as a satisfied customer. This product was packaged well. It was enclosed in a seal and reopen bag. I was able to attach this VGA cable port to a Monread VGA to HDMI adapter. This allowed me to connect my two computer monitors together on my desktop. The both of these devices were a match made in heaven. First, I was able to attach both the VGA and HDMI adapter with this Benfei VGA cable port ( to the back of my 2nd computer monitor and the other end to my port in my desk drive). Second, I turned on my desk drive and two monitor buttoms. Third, Iogged in my computer screen and everything was set!! I didn’t do anything else. That was it! Thank you Benfei company for making a great device. I am 100% satisfied with what I wanted to accomplish today with turning my 2nd monitor on. I recommend this product who is trying to achieve this same goal.

  2. James B.

    Does Great, cant tell any loss in video quality.

  3. smartyfun

    I needed a VGA cable to connect my laptop to a projector and selected this Benfei product based on cost and the previous reviews, which were generally very positive. For my purposes I just needed a cable that would enable me to do Powerpoint presentations using a projector via my laptop. It worked, perfectly!

    Just to test the projector and cable, i also watched a couple of video samples and the picture was very clear.

    So I have no hesitation in recommending this VGA cable for normal use.

  4. SL

    Standard VGA cable 0.9 in length. Plugs are well moulded and a bit too big as they don’t allow you to get good purchase on the screws when hand turning. My fingers are too thick to allow this. Good news is there are slots for a screwdriver to be used. The cable is thick (about ten millimetres) and as a result won’t bend as much. Not a bad thing but if your installation requires the cable to run in tight bends then it’s good to know.
    I can’t comment on the durability as I have only had it for a few days.

    Once installed the picture is as good as you can expect. I have it attached to a HDMI/VGA adapter.

    I award four ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    Happy shopping.

  5. CBusa

    Amazon screwed up the delivery, but the cable functions correctly with no issues

  6. Peter Boulter

    I bought this as a ‘sacrificial cable’ to go on the end of a 30m VGA cable. Said cable is regularly connected and disconnected from a data projector which eventually results in the pins being damaged. With this little cable added on the end it means that next time the pins are damaged all I have to replace is the short extension not the whole 30m cable, which saves money, but most importantly it saves a lot of time and effort removing and replacing the long cable.

  7. nunes1337

    With an original budget of around £300 this left me between the 350DB (£270), the
    360DB @ £379 and various versions of the S2000DB up to around £300.
    350DB vs 360DB I can’t see much performance for the extra £100, though their is undoubtedly some in the materials it shares a similar 8” woofer best i could tell, am increased mid woofer size might have done it for me.
    But then on YouTube I six track comparison between the 350DB and S1000DB regular edition.
    It was quite an unfair competition with the 350DB, presumably being the more costly and in terms of cost the S2000DB normal or pro edition would have been pretty close to £270-£300 mark.

    Firstly both sounded superb, also one had to wonder how much of that bass of the 8” woofer translates through the mic. Because the highs and mids transitioned perfectly but that also means the S1000DB also lost those thuds.
    The big comparison here is the S1000DBs 5.5” mid woofer and larger tweeter makes these shine slightly more brightly on the mids, and therefore every one of the six tracks sounds better with superior mids on the larger S1000DB/2000DB etc.
    Once again you could put 6 different genre tracks on and the 350DB would sound beefier.
    They still both sound fantastic but to teach another level the 350DB needs larger 6” woofer IMO, a larger tweeter to go along with it (not that it lacks at all in the treble) but these tiny satellite speakers are being asked to perform so well with the big 8” sub like a big brother. The brings the crossover point at a high 160hz, something that would have been remedied by a larger mod woofer. 4” would have been expected but instead I’ve seen figures quoting the mid woofer from 2.8” to 3.”
    Does the 360DB have a larger woofer or lower crossover? I don’t know. But of course the issue is at times the 350DBs must actually rely on the sub more than it should.

    Essentially I’m saying these sound amazing regardless , 8 to 9/10 SQ only the sub xover needs to be lower and there’s only one way to achieve that. So a set of 2000DB pro with a mid woofer near double the size is going to sound better. The 350DB satellites are just too small for its 8” sub.
    Again it has no problem producing high clarity and definition but near the x-over point of 160hz. I know the 2.0 setup, whether it be 1000DB, 2000DB or the Pros perform this area fuller and richer. Plus if your sub is not exactly positioned in the middle you may notice that cross over. Funnily enough the 350DBs sound superb when each satellite is left to work on its own. So it’s difficult to find any other fault in this.
    I’ve not studied the 360s enough to try and justify their price – all I see is improved matériels on the domes etc but not gonna lie I’d love them if they implemented even a small increase in mid woofer and X-over point. Perhaps they do.

    So to continue on with my rather on comparisons of a 350DB 2.1 vs the 1000DB, 2000DB and S2000 pro (MKII is too expensive to be compared but is similar) – All three of those produce more than enough base that your average listener doesn’t need one. No really, the bass is thumping and most are not missing out on a dedicated 8” sub whilst benefiting from the larger more stylish speaker.

    But someone like me will always be wondering how each of the 2.0 systems would sound with a subwoofer.
    In terms of watts the 350DB claims total 150W. Any of these larger speakers surely would not want even an 8” sub.
    But if you’re willing to send £399, the extra volume in a large room might be perfect for an 8” or dare I say it 10” sub.
    As by now these speakers are mighty loud even with their incorporated woofer.
    I personally think the highest end of these speakers needs a 6” mid woofer and 10” woofer, for the biggest of rooms and with s lower x-over.

    There is another option at least for me. I have been powering these with a Fiio K5 Pro desktop DAC/Amp (the one with the old chip damnit!). When I say “amp” it wouldn’t power any passive speakers even at £100 very well. But I had it previously connected to the cheap but interesting Donner 4”s. The speakers are 40W each, have balanced or RCA inputs, and a USB input I connect to my phone. The interesting bits are the +/- 4 db for basically reducing bass when close to a wall. And another similar for “RF Trim”?Which is nice again, but high end features like this and balanced inputs are wasted on a £100 speaker – Unless that speaker is class leading for the price point, which it isn’t.
    They sound ok, on a computer the frequencies like awful.
    Anyway my point is, as well as being used as a 1 channel amp with optical/coax/TCA in…
    This is an entry level £150 DAC unless you buy the 2022 model with the greatly improved upon what was already a good chip… it’s a powerful DAC designed primarily for computer use not portability but powering high sensitivity cans with no noise. Even amplifying active speakers or desktop sized satellites.
    Well the 350DB is better than any computer speakers I’ve seen and the wonderfully crafted wooden Edifier 350DB speakers ARE virtually the size of desktop speakers so I’m comparing them.
    Returning to the Fiio DAC, and most don’t do this. But the often unmentioned “feature” of this DAC is that when you plug in your Sennheisers, the music continues to play from its RCA out. In fact it’s entirely unchanged, unlikely any typical amp/DAC device that would play one or the other.

    This leaves me the option of running the headphone out to some RCAs, something I’ve tested with my former old Donner 4” bookshelf “Monitors”.
    And sure enough, the DAC can power via it’s RCA outs and headphone out simultaneously with no delay.
    Now I’d never ruin the Edifier by combining the Donners, as much as I liked them for £100 they would spoil the superior SQ and sound stage created by the Edifiers.

    When I did test it just for future possibilities it worked fine with a decent quality AUX to RCA cable. I turned the Donners as low as possible as they’re bigger than the Edifiers and whilst they could borrow some midrange of the larger 4” woofer. If it were possible my now 4.1 system went very loud indeed which is not what I desired. And I would sooner have the imperfect Edifiers over the louder and muddier Donners.

    So if you don’t already see where I’m going this, I would choose to buy the S2000 Pros driven by my Fiio K5 Pro DAC. Then with the AUX to RCA cables in the headphone jack, I’d connect the Edifier 350DB 3.1 system. In a very large room I might add.. I want both systems running in 4.1 and adjust the levels where necessary.

    Note: A simpler option is buying the 1000DB, 2000DB, 2000DB Pro and MK II. Then using the DAC as mentioned to buy a standalonel Edifier sub such as the T5.

    As be warne, there is no SUB OUT on these 2.0 channel speakers. I’d personally an 8” or 10” option, especially if there’s manual X overs, LPF, gain etc. I believe T6 is only £189.

    Which one was I reviewing again? Oh the 350DB. Yes, buy them both if you have a huge room and neighbours you disrespect.

  8. George R Wood

    Arrived on time and worked as expected. No problems

  9. C Mayo

    The cable I was using wasn’t good, poor quality.
    These cables give excellent reliable picture quality. Although I have only been using them for a short while, I am very happy with the performance. Would recomend

  10. William

    Does the job

  11. Ryan

    Nice sturdy vga cable. Very well built, though the screw on pieces are a bit hard to get at on these.

  12. Thao Le

    Very good item

  13. Ed in Houston

    I used this cable to connect a security camera DVR to a display monitor. The only complaint is that the finger screws are so thin and close to the connector that it is difficult to turn/tighten them.

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