Phantom Cables is a Canadian manufacturer of high quality audio/video cables. Our products are specifically designed for both the retail and industrial channels. We cater to customers who want the maximum performance from their audio/video equipment.
Infinite Cables Inc. is the manufacturer of Phantom Cables. Phantom Cables represents our premium line of audio/video cable solutions.
Our knowledgeable sales staff is always ready to assist customers with product information, stock status, custom cable orders, large quantity pricing discounts or any other inquiries.
Resellers, VARs, dealers, computer OEMs, government agencies and school boards are welcome to contact us to set up accounts and receive preferred pricing. Our retail level web site aims to service the needs of IT professionals, SOHOs and the average consumer.
We specialize in cabling and connectivity products across all networking, audio/video, telecommunications and security markets. Our products include CAT5e/6/6A Ethernet cables, IEC and NEMA power cables, fiber optic cables, audio/video cables including HDMI, DisplayPort, XLR/TRS cables, RCA cables, 3.5mm cables, USB cables, wall plates, video splitters, switches and converters, TV wall mounts, networking racks and cabinets, cable management, CCTV cameras and accessories, wireless antenna cables and UPS replacement batteries to name a few.
We are able to manufacture a wide array of custom cables which include coax cables, fiber optic cables, mode conditioning cables, d-sub cables, twisted pair patch cables and modular cables and many more. We can handle single cable orders or quantities ranging into the thousands. Depending on lead times and quantities, we can also manufacture molded cable assembles offshore.
Phantom Cables Inc. is committed to ensuring equal access and participation for people with disabilities. We are committed to treating people with disabilities in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence.
We believe in integration, and we are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner. We will do so by removing and preventing barriers to accessibility and by meeting our accessibility requirements under Ontario’s accessibility laws.