Monster Cable

Profit Center
September 1, 2001

Accessories for Your Bottom Line Jasco Products GE Brand Universal 4 Device Designer Remotes, $14.99, shipping through Thomson Consumer Electronics. Selling points: The remote controls four devices: TV, VCR, Cable Box plus one more device. It works with most brands, including GE, RCA, Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Philips/Magnavox and others. It features a sleep timer, code saver, menu function and a code search function, which scans its code library for the right code for a TV/VCR or Cable Box. Model Numbers: 94950 (Rose), 94951 (Teal), 94952 (Jade), 94953 (Blue) and 94954 (Silver). Call (800) 654-8483 or visit Monster Cable Products Big Screen

Editorial Index
March 1, 2001

Company Web Site Page# Audiovox Communications 46 Belkin 20, 47 Canon 8 Case Logic 48 CellularGuard 47 Curtis Int'l. Corp. 53 Dirt Devil 53 Electric Fuel 47 Ericsson 46 Federal Warranty 8 Friendly Robotics 45 GE Appliances 53 GN Netcom 47 Glenayre 46 Globalstar USA 46 GoNeo 47 Helen of Troy 53 Home Director 44 Hoover 53 InterAct 8 JABRA 47 JVC 16, 50 Kemper Insurance 8 Kimber Kable 20 LEAP 50 LG Electronics 53 LG InfoComm 46 Monster Cable 20 Motorola 46 Nextel 46 Novatel Wireless 46 Panasonic 46 46 Plantronics 47 Qualcomm 46 Rayovac 50 8 Saft 50 Samsung Electronics 46, 52 Sanyo Energy 50 Sanyo Fisher 53 Service Net 8 Sharp Electronics 52 Siemens 47 SONICblue 8 Sunbeam 53 SMC Corp. 53 Targus 48 Terk 20 Thomson (RCA) 20 Universal Remote Control 8 Vanguard 48 Vivitar 48 WebLink Wireless 46

A Little Something Extra
January 1, 2001

By Beth Conahan Who would feel complete without the right accessories? The consumer has the electronic of his dreams, and manufacturers can complete the ensemble. Remote controls are Zenith's biggest accessory business, with 88 models on the market. It will introduce several new lines of remote controls at CES. The ZENGM2 universal remote control is ideal for Playstation 2. It operates up to four products—a TV, VCR, cable box and a second TV or VCR. It can work with the Playstation 2 via a port controller. Its suggested retail price is $19.99. Zenith offers a remote for children. The Klicker Jr universal remote is a simple, scan-only

CEDIA Exhibitors Connect, Protect
September 1, 1999

The following exhibitors of the Custom Electronics Design and Installation Assocation's Expo '99 are offering high-tech solutions to connect and protect the newest consumer electronics. Monster Cable introduced a number of new cables and five Home Theater Reference PowerCenter models (HTS1000 CI, HTS2000 CI, HTS2500 CI, HTS3500 and HTS5000). The Power-Centers are aimed at professional install-ers and feature varying stages of Monster Clean Power filters, which reduce disturbances, such as image streaking, video snow and audio hum. Prices range from $179.95 to $599.95. The company's new cables are direct burial and plenum-rated versions of some of its previously released cables. Monster Standard S14 speaker cable (two- and

Cable Vendors Embrace The 1394 Connection
August 1, 1999

The high-speed IEEE1394 digital interface, which has the ability to connect all types of consumer electronics to PCs at a transfer rate of up to 4MB per second, is fast being adopted by many leading electronics manufacturers. The IEEE1394 technology was invented by Apple Computer, Inc. The Institute of Electrical Electronics Engineers (IEEE) adopted its as an industry standard in 1995. "It's like a ground swell that's all going to hit at once," said Mike Field, Compaq Consumer Group manager of configure-to-order product marketing, of the public's acceptance of 1394 technology. Although Field could not name specific companies, he told of projects in the works that would

Dealerscope Hall of Fame - Noel Lee
January 1, 1999

Lee Creates a Monster of a Cable Business Noel Lee has management, business and selling down to a science, literally. He'd call it Monsterology. Talk to the Head Monster of Monster Cable about his business and you'll forget you're not in a physics class. Begin with the name--Monster Cable. Chosen mainly for its sound appeal, Lee wanted to convey two ideas through the name: size and power. Ok, it was a not-so-scientific process, but he earns points for creativity. And that--his ability to mix science with creativity--is just what makes Lee a marketing genius, owner of a growing company and a 1999 inductee into

Dealerscope Hall of Fame
January 1, 1999

Dealerscope is proud to announce new inductees into its Hall of Fame, who will be honored at the 1999 International CES: Dr. Sidney Harman of Harman International, Anne Howard of Sharp Electronics Corp., Noel Lee of Monster Cable Products and Donald Patrican of Maxell Corp. of America. We congratulate this year's inductees on their individual contributions to the consumer electronics industry. Past Hall of Fame Inductees Winter CES 1992 Robert Borchart, Recoton Harry Elias, JVC Richard Kraft, Matushita Electric Corp. of America Harold 'Hal' Schafer, Frigidaire Winter CES 1993 Minoru Arakawa, Nintendo John McDonald, Casio Jack Weyman, EIA Winter CES 1994 Henry Brief, ITA