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I need the cable that connect the monitors together

The combination video/audio cable has a short in it right near the plug.

This is the first time I hava ever seen an 1/8'' plug used for such a connection and unfortunately is specially manufactured for this application.

Does anyone know where I can find a replacement??

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You need to bring the plug as sample when you buy it.then buy shielded wires with two elements or two insulated wires and a ground.if you can buy wire like duplex type its better because you can isolate video and audio respectively.but still buy the originally used plug first.

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