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Did Monster Cable go out of business?

The URL doesn’t go anywhere yet it is still owned by the company.

Are Monster cables any good?

Excellent 12 gauge speaker wire; the original Monster Cable is the best speaker wire ever. It is much better than the current speaker wire that Monster makes with the magnetic tube (Monster Platinum Black) that has 16 gauge wire.

Do Monster cables make a difference?

no, monster cables do not make a difference. Any cable that has reasonable build quality and insulation will work the same.

Where is Monster Cable made?

Monster Cable Products Inc. Brisbane, California, U.S.

Do Monster cables have a lifetime warranty?

In fact, we guarantee it. Monster® has always guaranteed that if any cable does not work over its lifetime, it will be replaced at no charge.

How do I contact Monster Cable?

Call 1-800-MONSTER (1-800-666-7837) and talk to a Customer Service Representative.

Who is the owner of Monster headphones?

Noel Lee (born December 25, 1948) is an American engineer, inventor, and businessman. He is the founder and CEO of Monster Inc.

Noel Lee (executive)
Noel Lee
Alma mater San Francisco City College California Polytechnic State University
Occupation CEO of Monster Inc.

What are Monster cables used for?

Monster Cable is a company in California that manufactures high-quality cables for connecting audio and video equipment. Such equipment includes Blu-ray players, stereo receivers, and speaker systems. Their cables feature gold-plated connectors, and a lifetime warranty.

What gauge is Monster Cable?

Monster Cable Hi-Performance (12 Gauge) Speaker Cable – 100040.

Does HDMI 2.1 improve picture quality?

HDMI 2.1 allows for higher resolutions like 8K and higher frame rates of up to 120 frames per second (fps). Resolution improves the clarity and sharpness of the picture, which means you can simply see more details, and have less distance to the screen or a bigger screen without noticing any pixels.

Do 4K HDMI cables really make a difference?

With any resolution, keep in mind that if you’re getting a 4K signal, it’s not possible for a different cable to make that 4K look better. The only differences in cables is one will allow you to get a stable, 4K image, and another one won’t.

Are 8K HDMI cables worth it?

Gamers, especially gamers looking for 4K120 or 8K performance from their newest consoles or gaming PCs, should keep an eye out for Ultra High Speed cables. The higher bandwidth means smoother graphics, which TV shows and movies generally don’t rely upon, but high-end gaming can take advantage of.

Is Monster and Beats the same company?

2012 Monster reports sales of $1 billion, primarily driven by Beats headphones. The company changes its name to Monster Inc. 2014 Apple buys Beats for $3.2 billion. Monster sees nothing from the deal.

Are Monster HDMI cables good?

The Monster HDMI cable is perhaps the best on the market! It is well constructed, durable, and exactly what you need in an HDMI cable. I have used cheaper cables, and I am confident that this one is the best that I have used. Highly recommended for those who want to buy and forget about this issue.

What happened to Monster HDMI cables?

The proposed HDMI cable settlement would resolve allegations Monster and Best Buy sold various HDMI cables in packaging that dupes consumers into believing they need to purchase more powerful and expensive cables than is necessary to transmit a signal to their high-definition television sets.

Is Monster and Beats the same company?

2012 Monster reports sales of $1 billion, primarily driven by Beats headphones. The company changes its name to Monster Inc. 2014 Apple buys Beats for $3.2 billion. Monster sees nothing from the deal.

Are Monster HDMI cables good?

The Monster HDMI cable is perhaps the best on the market! It is well constructed, durable, and exactly what you need in an HDMI cable. I have used cheaper cables, and I am confident that this one is the best that I have used. Highly recommended for those who want to buy and forget about this issue.

Who makes monster audio?

Monster was founded over 40 years ago by Noel Lee, Head Monster, a passionate music fanatic, audiophile, engineer, and musician.

Who is the owner of Monster headphones?

Noel Lee (born December 25, 1948) is an American engineer, inventor, and businessman. He is the founder and CEO of Monster Inc.

Noel Lee (executive)
Noel Lee
Alma mater San Francisco City College California Polytechnic State University
Occupation CEO of Monster Inc.

Where did Monster Cable Go? [UPDATED]

“Death of a monster” is the title of a post that suggests the iconic Monster Cable (Monster Products Inc.) may have “passed.”

The post, written by Paul McGowan of competitor PSAudio, so far has generated nearly 100 comments about Monster and its bold founder Noel Lee.

UPDATE from ‘Little Monster’ Kevin Lee: “Fully alive, kicking and fighting a strong fight in a tough industry …” Stay tuned to CE Pro for more details. UPDATE 2: is back up.

McGowan writes:

Monster Cable appears to have died. If you go to their website you get a notice no one is home. With a little further investigation you find that link is from Shopify, an online store service unrelated to them*. The URL doesn’t go anywhere yet it is still owned by the company.

There’s plenty of articles speculating what happened: how Monster Cable resorted to making their own BitCoins and failed, how they lost the Beats Headphone brand, how crazy investors tried to take over, how they’re working to restructure, and so on.

I haven’t any more clue as to what happened than what I have reported here in this post and, to be honest, I really don’t care about the gory details.

The passing of Monster Cable is a seminal moment in our industry. …

(*In fact, Shopify is the e-commerce platform that has powered

It should be noted that Monster’s facebook page, with nearly 300,000 followers, has been active until Oct. 29, when the company promoted its SoundStage wireless audio system. In September, Monster touted its participation at the IFA tradeshow. Most of the reader comments posted on the page are complaints about Monster products and customer service.

Monster Products (Monster Cable) promotes booth at IFA 2019.

Monster became famous for its premium cables (and Lee’s masterful sales and marketing programs), its lawsuits against Monster Golf and other “Monster” trademarks, and its efforts to extend the brand into new categories, such as Monster ScreenClean wipes (successful), furniture (not successful) and Z-Wave home automation (showed some promise).

Most recently, the company announced a new line of Monster Smart home-automation products powered by Tuya, a tremendously popular IoT platform that is just breaking into the U.S. market. Monster was the first marquee brand in the U.S. to announce a Tuya partnership.

Monster went way off message in 2018, betting big on cryptocurrency and filing an initial currency offering (ICO). The effort was abandoned pretty quickly.

Move to a Monster Licensing Model

In January, 2019, during CES, Lee announced a new business model, “M4.0 License to Sell” that would allow other companies to license the Monster brand. It could be that Monster hasn’t folded, per se, but has ceased/will cease manufacturing its own products in favor of a licensing model as outlined earlier this year:


Reinventing Monster for 2019: More Licensees, More Innovative Products

Head Monster, Noel Lee: “Conditions for mid-size companies like Monster to bring products to market are more challenging than ever. Companies of our size or even bigger have often had to close down or sell-off their trademarks, allowing the company name to live on, but not its heart and soul. Instead of following that path, we’ve chosen to reinvent ourselves – and the Monster soul is stronger than ever! We have invited other partners to expand our vision to broaden product categories and distribution at different price points, while continuing to develop innovative premium products.”

Lee continued: “Monster’s ‘Always Lead Never Follow’ motto has always been about developing the most innovative, technologies to create great products. With our new ‘License to Sell’ model, Monster will continue to do what we do best, innovate next generation products by having access to the best technologies, enter new product categories and bring products to market faster. This will enable us not only to create more groundbreaking products, but bring them to market more swiftly and efficiently on a global scale.”

Monster is announcing alliances with ESI, JEM Accessories, the parent company of Xtreme Cables, ProMounts, DGL and Vanco.

For several years, companies like ProMounts have been licensing the Monster brand for adding name recognition to their own products (“Monster Mounts“). And ESI International makes Monster-branded indoor/outdoor speakers and multiroom wireless audio products.

Licensing International posted this Monster-licensing piece about Jem Accessories and its affiliated brands in January 2019:

Xtreme Cables/Jem Accessories will launch a full line of Monster HDMI cables, surge protectors, automotive accessories and other products starting this summer. The broad rollout of products follows a six-month exclusive Xtreme had at Walmart for Monster branded products (LED strips, automotive accessories), says Xtreme’s Elie Chemtob. Xtreme will position the Monster brand at a premium to its own Xtreme brand cables, surge protectors and other products, which are typically opening price point items, says Chemtob.

Looks like Monster has implemented a full-on shift to the licensing model.

SEC Filing: Monster ‘Requires Substantial Capital’

Monster’s most recent filing with the SEC was in March 2019, declaring that financial statements from 2016-2018 included information that “should no longer be relied upon.”

The filing, signed by CEO Noel Lee, also noted:

The Company’s business requires substantial capital to support its operations. If the Company is unable to maintain adequate financing or other sources of capital are not available, it could be forced to suspend, curtail or reduce its operations, which would not be in the best interests of the Company’s shareholders. Given the Company’s current difficulties in raising additional capital, the Company has limited resources which are necessary to maintain the operations of the Company’s business and the requirement of the Company to divert any capital away from the operation of its business would have a material adverse effect on the Company’s operations and financial results. As a result the re-audit of the above referenced financial statements involves undue hardship on the Company at this time. To the extent the Company decides to register its securities under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), have a class of securities registered under Section 12 of the Exchange Act and/or have its securities listed on a national securities exchange or over-the counter quotation system, the Company will file the restated financial information for the affected periods to the extent required under the Securities Act, the Exchange Act, the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder and/or the applicable rules of any national securities exchange or any over-the-counter quotation system.

CE Pro has reached out to a couple of Monster Products execs and will update any news as it becomes available.

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Do Monster HDMI cables really make a difference? – Q&A – Best Buy

So, HDMI is a somewhat complex issue. HDMI is a digital interface for signal. This is opposed to the older analog system. Digital systems are generally considered lossless. That is, any information at the start of the cable will be at the end of the cable. If information is lost along the way, the tv can generally compensate, thanks to the encoding that the digital system uses as a “handshake.” For picture quality, there will probably not be a difference in terms of visuals because either the signal will make it to the end or it won’t (you will either get a picture or you will not get a picture). So, Monster cable won’t provide a better picture. However, there can be differences in cable build quality such as more shielding from excessive radiation (crosstalk between different cables), longevity from cable management (if the cable is moved between different items), and plating (the tips may be coated differently to ensure a better connection between tv and cable). So, the question should not be if the picture is better but if the quality of the build of the cable is worth the expense. Would you rather purchase one cable for the next 10 years of use or many cheap cables. I tend to fall into the buy cheap cables and exchange them as needed because newer standards for HDMI are constantly created as better picture becomes available (such as 4K, 8K, etc.). Another factor is audio quality. Audio is different from video in that the signal at some point has to change to an analog interface (in order to create the vibration of the speaker which uses an electric charge to adjust pitch and volume). Some argue that there may be a noticeable difference in audio quality with better cables. I personally, have never experienced a difference. You may. However, the evidence tends to point toward a placebo effect with audio cables where expense causes the listener to feel that the audio is better.

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Monster Cable

American consumer electronics manufacturing company

Monster Inc. is an American company that manufactures and markets about 6,000 products, but is best known for audio and video cables. It also produces speakers, headphones, power strips, mobile accessories and audio devices for automobiles. The company was founded by an audiophile and engineer, Noel Lee, in 1979 by experimenting with different ways to build audio cables. It grew by doing demonstrations to convince the industry that audio cables made a difference in audio quality and by establishing relationships with retailers that were attracted to the cable’s profit margins.

Over the years it created new divisions like Monster Music, Monster Game, Monster Mobile, Monster Photo and Monster Power. In the 2000s, Monster had legal trademark disputes regarding other companies or products that have “Monster” in their name, such as and the Pixar film Monsters, Inc. Monster said it needed to defend its premium brand, while critics said it was pursuing litigation against companies that did not have confusingly similar products. It began manufacturing headphones in a partnership with Dr. Dre in 2008, which ended in 2012, and it created other celebrity branded or Monster-branded headphone products.

Tests done by audiophile publications, news reporters and academics reached conflicting conclusions on whether more expensive audio or video cables like those from Monster make a difference in audio or video quality when compared to generic cables. Instead of advertising, Monster offers incentives to retailers and their salespeople to sell the cables. Retailers bundle high profit-margin cables with larger purchases that have smaller margins in order to improve profitability.

History [ edit ]

Origins [ edit ]

Monster was founded in 1979 by Noel Lee as Monster Cable Products.[1] Lee, an audiophile and engineer, was experimenting with different copper qualities, wire constructs and winding methods of audio cables in his family’s garage and comparing them while listening to Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.[2][3][4] He became convinced that audio cables could be engineered to improve audio quality by conducting electricity more efficiently.[5][6] Using a borrowed portion of somebody’s booth at the 1978 Consumer Electronics Show, he did demonstrations of his cables in comparison to standard wires. After a positive reception at CES, he quit his job at Lawrence Berkeley Lab and started Monster Cable Products with $250,000 in bank financing.[3][5][7] Monster’s first cables were manufactured by Lee by hand and sold door-to-door.[5]

Initial sales were slow, because at the time electronics retailers provided low-cost lamp cords to consumers for free[1][5] or at low prices and audiophiles didn’t believe audio cables made a difference in the sound.[6] Monster is credited with creating the market for high-end audio cables in the 1980s[6][8] through Lee’s “marketing prowess”.[5] He did demonstrations comparing the audio of standard cables to Monster cables for retailers and trained their salespeople to do the same for customers.[3][5][6]

Diversification [ edit ]

In 1980, Monster Cable Products moved out of Lee’s garage and into a San Francisco facility. It also introduced its second audio cable, Interlink. The company grew through word-of-mouth and an increasing number of retailers that carried Monster products. It attempted to enter the market for audio devices for automotive briefly, but withdrew to focus on home entertainment. Its first product intended for the mass-market was introduced in 1987.[9]

Monster re-entered the auto audio market in the early 1990s with a new line of speaker cables and its first speaker product, the Persona One.[2][9] Its high-end M-series product line was introduced in 1992. It also expanded internationally, especially in Asia. Monster had a Taiwanese distributor file its trademark in the region, which led to the distributor continuing to sell products under the Monster brand after their agreement with Monster was terminated. This led to a lengthy legal battle and eventually a settlement.[9] Monster acquired the Entec in-car audio brand in 1998.[7]

Monster’s program for retailers was formalized in 1993 as the M4 Dealer Success Program. The “M4” stands for four “M”s: Mix (product mix), Merchandising (displays), Monsterization (training) and Management commitment. In the 1990s, the business grew from $20 million in annual revenues to $100 million.[9] By 1998, Monster was producing 1,000 different products out of a distribution and manufacturing center in Brisbane, California, that was established that year. It had created a record label company, Monster Music, in 1989,[2][7] which was followed by Monster Power for power products such as power cords and surge protectors, in 1998, Monster Game for video game accessories in 2000 and the Monster Mobile division, which markets cell phone and digital camera accessories, in 2001. A Monster Photo product line was created in 2003 that includes power cells, cables and bags for digital cameras, followed by Monster Signature Series Power. In 2004, it created a spin-off called M-Design, run by Lee’s son, which sells furniture with electronics built in.[7]

Recent history [ edit ]

In September 2004, Monster paid $6 million in an agreement with the San Francisco 49ers and the city of San Francisco to rename the football team’s home stadium from Candlestick Park to Monster Park for four years.[6][10] $3 million of it was given to the football team and the other $3 million to the San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department. Critics of local politician Matt Gonzales said it was inappropriate for the city to sell the name of a public facility to a corporation, and a ballot was passed ensuring that the name of the park reverted to Candlestick Park in 2008.[5]

Monster’s first wireless products, a receiver and transmitter for connecting televisions and devices, were introduced in 2008.[11] In 2012, the company changed its name from “Monster Cable Products” to “Monster Inc.”.[12]

Following the collapse of the Beats deal with Apple, Monster has sought a new sales strategy, forgoing traditional retail chains in favor of experiential sales at non-traditional spaces. Company founder Lee said [We’re looking at] “alternative venues – like Barclays’ Center, stadiums where players can wear the headphone when they go in, and talk about how great the headphones sound. [We can] bring great-sounding music to a sports venue. We’re looking at cruise ships, stadiums, EDM concerts.”[13]

Monster changed their business model from selling high end audiophile products to licensing their name starting in 2018. After years of sales declines, Kevin Lee (son of Noel Lee) took the helm. As of 2021, their work force was down to less than 10 people from a height during the Beats days with over 850 globally.

Trademark disputes [ edit ]

As of 2004, Monster owned about 300 trademarks,[14] 70 of which are related to the word “Monster”.[15] By 2009, the company had made 190 filings with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.[15] Most filings were to delay potentially infringing trademark applications so Monster could study them. Some were formal oppositions[14] and about 30 resulted in lawsuits.[15][16][17] Most lawsuits were settled with non-disclosed terms.[15] Critics and defendants say that Monster is too aggressive in pursuing trademark protections against companies that do not have confusingly similar products and that it is trying to own a common word, not protect a brand. Monster representatives say they are doing what most “premium” brands do to protect their marks and that their products include things like clothes, mints and music.[15][16]

In the 2000s, Monster had legal disputes over its trademarks with the Discovery Channel for its show Monster Garage.[14] Monster also had trademark disputes with Bally Gaming International over its slot machines, Monster Slots, with Hansen Beverage Co. for its Monster Energy drink, and the Chicago Bears, who use the nickname “Monsters of the Midway”.[16] Other trademark disputes include a 2001[18] lawsuit against The Walt Disney Company for products related to the film Monsters, Inc.,[15] and a claim against an online used clothing retailer, MonsterVintage LLC.[15] In 2004, Monster filed a complaint about the trademark application from Snow Monsters, a video website with skiing content for kids. The Snow Monsters owner initiated a lawsuit against Monster pre-emptively.[14] It has also had a trademark dispute with the job site,[16]

In 2006 Monster brought a suit against Monster Mini Golf, a company selling franchise Mini Golf locations throughout the US. After an unsuccessful legal mediation, Monster Mini Golf launched a grassroots campaign against Monster Cable on the Internet. As a result, Monster received more than 200 complaints from the public. Monster Cable dropped the lawsuit and agreed to pay up to $200,000 of Monster Mini Golf’s legal fees.[15] In 2009 Monster Cable CEO Noel Lee said on Fox Business that the company has had to balance their trademark protection efforts with the public’s point-of-view.[19]

Headphones [ edit ]

Monster DNA headphones

Monster established a partnership with rap mogul Dr. Dre and Interscope Records in 2007 to design and manufacture the Beats Electronics line of headphones called “Beats by Dr. Dre”.[12] This led to a trend among headphone manufacturers to create celebrity-endorsed products.[12][20] Monster created similar partnerships with Lady Gaga for the Heartbeats brand of headphones in 2009, P. Diddy’s Diddybeats in May 2010 and LeBron James later that year.[21][22] In 2010, Monster began developing a series of products for the Chinese market that were co-branded with basketball player Yao Ming.[23] According to analyst firm NPD Group, the Beats brand that Monster distributed exclusively grew to own 53 percent of a $1 billion headphones market.[20][24] A 51 percent interest in Beats was sold to HTC in August 2011.[25] At the end of the five-year agreement between Monster and Dr. Dre in 2012, Dre decided not to renew. According to Bloomberg, both parties said the separation was “amicable” but they had disagreements on who deserves credit and the share of revenues. The partnership was responsible for a substantial portion of Monster’s revenues. After the split, Monster created its own headphones product line and other celebrity-branded headphones with music groups Earth, Wind & Fire and Miles Davis.[12][20]

Gambling [ edit ]

In October 2017, plans by Lee and Monster to enter the online gambling space were revealed in an exclusive story by Digital Trends.[26] Citing a new sales strategy[13] for alternative retail venues such as concert stadiums and sports arenas, Lee said a casino would generate revenue while allowing the company a place to sell its electronics. The casino deal[27] connects Monster to the Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma and was signed June 20, 2017, bringing controversial figure Fred Khalilian to the company as the new COO. The gambling site will launch on or before December 15, 2017, Khalilian said.[26]

Products [ edit ]

Monster manufactures 6,000 different products,[4] including headphones, speakers, surge protectors, televisions, and accessories for cars and mobile devices.[28] The company is best known for its speaker cable.[6] It created the market for high-end audio cables in the 1980s. According to a reporter from SoundStage Network, it “has retained a huge lead” for high-end audio cables ever since.[6]

Monster also makes cables for TVs, DVD players, computers, printers, gaming consoles, and cameras, and for audio equipment in cars.[5] As high-definition televisions grew in popularity, the company expanded into HDMI and high-def cables,[29] including a lower-cost HDMI Basic[30] and HDMI cables with five different speed ratings.[31] It also produces cables intended for specific gaming consoles[32][33] and Apple products.[34]

Monster began manufacturing and marketing USB and ethernet cables as well as power strips and power management products in 2009.[35][36] It’s been producing its own line of headphones since 2012[37][38] and also manufactures celebrity-branded headphones.[21][39][40][41][42] Monster sells speakers under the Clarity[43] and Katana[44] brands and mobile accessories like an iPod dock and a line-up of Tron-branded products.[45]

In the 2000s, it entered into markets for “lifestyle products” like amplifiers, speakers and furniture with electronics built-in, as well as wireless products.[6][46]

Pricing and performance questions [ edit ]

Monster audio cable

Tests by Stereo Review Magazine in 1983 concluded that Monster cables did not make a difference in the sound and were “indistinguishable” from 16-gauge lamp cord. Whether someone claims they can hear the difference varies from person to person.[47] Many reporters and audiophiles have done double-blind A/B listening tests and are unable to hear the difference.[48] According to PC Magazine, Monster is “often accused of selling over-priced cables that you can buy elsewhere for a fraction of the price”.[35]

Wired magazine said “with Monster, you pay a staggering premium for durability and good looks”.[49] Many reviewers stress that Monster HDMI cables are not needed for lower-resolution televisions[50] or over short distances[51] and that the difference in audio quality is not substantial enough.[52]

Relationship with retailers [ edit ]

Monster Cable and similar “boutique” cables are a substantial source of revenue for retailers of electronics, such as DVD players and TVs. While the profit margins of DVD players and TVs may be low, the profit margins of Monster Cables and similar products provide supplemental revenue for these retailers. Employees of such retailers are trained to market and bundle Monster Cable and similar products in order to increase profitability.[53]

According to The New York Times, profit margins for retailers can be 40 percent or more[54] and The Consumerist reported that one retailer was selling some cables at an 80 percent markup.[55] This has led to criticisms that sales staff are motivated to sell high-end cable products to customers that don’t need them and to be aggressive in order to obtain incentives.[5][6] Monster has responded by saying that markups are determined by the retailer and are usually less than those found on clothing, jewelry and furniture.[51]

As of 1998, Monster spent $13 million a year in training and incentive programs for salespeople. The sales staff are provided data on their performance in selling the cables and top-performers are sent on all-expenses-paid vacations.[56] Monster also hosts its Retailer Awards at CES each year, which the Las Vegas Sun called, “one of the biggest events on the CES party circuit”.[40][54][57]

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