Do monster guitar cables have a lifetime warranty?

Do monster guitar cables have a lifetime warranty?

In fact, we guarantee it. Monster® has always guaranteed that if any cable does not work over its lifetime, it will be replaced at no charge.

Are gold-plated HDMI cables better?

Gold-plated HDMI cables are of a higher grade, and they are better and larger conductors. They boast better shielding and are even more durable than regular HDMI cables. It is also true that gold-plated ends will not have the oxidation that may be found in regular HDMI cables.

Which HDMI cable is best for 4K TV?

The best 4K HDMI cable to buy

  • Passive High Speed HDMI: Monoprice Select Series High Speed HDMI Cable or AmazonBasics High Speed HDMI Cable.
  • Active High Speed HDMI: Monoprice Select Active Series High Speed HDMI cable.
  • Passive Premium High Speed HDMI: Monoprice Certified Premium High Speed HDMI Cable.

Is Monster cable still in business?

Monster Cable appears to have died. If you go to their website you get a notice no one is home. With a little further investigation you find that link is from Shopify, an online store service unrelated to them*. The URL doesn’t go anywhere yet it is still owned by the company.

Do Monster cables still exist?

Monster Inc. is an American company that manufactures and markets about 6,000 products, but is best known for audio and video cables. It also produces speakers, headphones, power strips, mobile accessories and audio devices for automobiles.

What happened to Noel Lee?

He quit his engineering job in 1974 to play drums for a country rock band. After the band separated, he founded Monster Cable Products in 1979, based on loudspeaker cables he invented and manufactured in his garage.

What is Monster HDMI cable?

Monster HDMI 500hd Standard Speed HDMI Cable–Certifies a cable bandwidth of 2.23 Gbps* for maximum performance from standard high definition digital TVs and other audio/video sources. This is the cable you need as an entry-level solution to getting the most out of your current equipment up to 720p/1080i resolutions.

Does Monster Cable still exist?