Top bespoke cable company, Euronetwork have recently added a whole new range of Super Visual Graphics Array (SVGA) cables to their already excellent selection of products. As a variety of AV cable, SVGA cables carry analogue signals from the computer to the monitor in conventional desktop computer set up. Superceding the VGA, SVGA cables are able to support better resolutions: although the recognised standard suggests that it can carry 800 x 600 pixels, many SVGA cables can in fact support even greater video resolutions than this. Try to remember not to get confused however, as SVGA and VGA cables look pretty much identical!
While SVGA cables are commonplace, especially since the majority of computer monitors use SVGA to connect to a Personal computer, the quality of these cables can differ significantly. Just as with other AV cables like HDMI, some cables will carry signals better and even be tougher and more durable and therefore last longer.
Audio cables can be purchased from a selection of different sources and are available at cheap prices too. However, you need to remember to check the quality of the cable you are purchasing. It is after all, possible to spend vast chunks of money on cabling, but what if you could purchase a SVGA cable which was not simply made out of the very best materials but also came at a wallet friendly price? Typically it may be asserted that the thicker the wire the better the quality of it, although this is by no means a guarantee. It must also be noted that higher quality cabling is required if the signal is to be carried for long distances at a high-resolution than if the resolution is lower and the distance the transmission is to be carried is short. Before you make your choice therefore it is critical to think about how far away the various appliances you would like to connect up sit apart from each other in the room you intend the set up to reside in.
Euronetwork have attained an excellent compromise as a result of achieving a good harmony between cost and materials. Utilising an abundance of experience in this field they work tirelessly to ensure that your SVGA cables do not wind up costing the earth, without compromising on the capacity of the cabling to perform the job it was intended to do. In a telling comment from Technical Manager Ann Smith, it was suggested that:
“All of the products offered by Euronetwork is built to meet the most exacting standards of our customers. Getting the best out of a SVGA device is made much simpler with our cables due to them being superb quality.”
Nowadays, HDMI (High-definition Multimedia Interface) and DVI (Digital Visual Interface) dominate the av cabling world but it's important to keep in mind that there are many different appliances still depending on SVGA technology. Some monitors, projectors, and even TV’s don't support these formats, meaning that SVGA is the connection of choice. For this reason, opting to use one of Euronetwork’s SVGA cables will really assist you in getting the best from your device.
Even if you can't find the size of SVGA cable you desire on the website, Euronetwork can provide custom solutions to make sure that your exact requirements are met. After all, Euronetwork are experts in providing high quality customised connections.
Overall therefore SGVA cables present a welcome addition to the Euronetwork product range. SGVA offers those that want to connect technology which does not support HDMI, but often with similar great quality results. It is also worth remembering that if you've some electrical items which need a SGVA connection, and some that need an HDMI cable, and it all begins to become a bit of a jumble, Euronetwork also offer wall plates, to hide away the unsightly ad possibly hazardous array of wires!