Monster



Monster, also known as Monster Cable, was founded in 1979 by mechanical engineer Noel Lee.

Monster Cable pioneered the concept of high-end cables and connective accessories throughout the world. A tremendous innovator as well as marketer, Monster holds over 200 patents worldwide and has broadened its range to include computer, car, custom installation, and wireless products, as well as amplifiers, power conditioners, loudspeaker products, and even music production.

More recently they have branched out into headphones and iPod docks.

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HomeTheaterReview.com's Monster product reviews include:

Monster Cable Beats by Dr. Dre Studio Headphones
Monster HTPS 7000 MKII PowerSource
Monster AVS 2000 Home Theater Voltage Stabilize
Monster AVL300 Universal Remote Control

Similar to Monster are companies that include Ultralink, Kimber Kable, MIT Cables, and Transparent Cables.


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