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All Audio and Video (A/V) application has different requirements and Cables.com is your resource for reliable Custom Audio and Video (A/V) Cables. We know that a professional looking installation and premium performance starts with custom audio cables and custom video cables to help your installations stand apart from the crowd. Cables.com offers an online configuration tool to help professional audio/video (a/v) system installers stand apart from other installers, you want to provide customers with the best professional looking Audio and Video (A/V) system and Cables.com can help you achieve that by creating a custom A/V cable to your exact specifications at an affordable cost. Purchase your cables from us online and receive a discount on your order.
Cables.com provides our customers with a handy Custom Cable Configurator that they can use to create custom A/V cables for their unique projects. Simply choose the cable type such as component video, component audio, shielded plenum, subwoofer cables, and more. You then choose the connectors, the exact length you need, and a few other simple options that Cables.com can provide and your order will be processed immediately. Our custom orders are manufactured in the USA in our state-of-the-art facility in Hauppauge, New York.
Choosing our configuration tool ensures that you don't risk the audio or video quality of your application by using standard-length cables that may leave an excess of cables coiled up in plain sight and leaves an unprofessional impression. Use custom audio cables and custom video cables from Cables.com and enjoy optimum performance and eye-pleasing aesthetics in every installation.
Order custom audio/video cables by simply completing our Custom Cable Configurator or call us toll-free at 1-800-4CABLE1 (422-2531) and one of our representatives will be happy to assist you in creating your fiber optic cable.