Cobalt Cable



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Cobalt Cable is a Washington state based company, founded by John Coleman, that designs and manufacturers high-end audio and video cables and interconnects. Coleman Cable's belief is that high quality cables shouldn't have to cost a fortune. Each cable is hand assembled and tested in their factory and come with a 90-day money-back guarantee and lifetime replacement warranty.

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Notable Cobalt Cables include:

Cobalt Cable Ultimate Audio Interconnect
Cobalt Cable Ultimate Speaker Cable
Cobalt Cable Ultimate Subwoofer Cable

For a faceoff of Cobalt Cables against Monster Cable and others check out this article from Audioholics.

Compare Cobalt Cables to companies like Ultralink and Monster Cable.

Apparantly the company is now out of business.


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