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Monster Power 6 AC Outlets 2 USB 3.4Amp Ports and Coaxial In-Out Surge Protector

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Monster Power with 6 AC Outlets, 2 USB 3.4Amp Ports, and Coaxial In-Out Surge Protector, FireProof MOV

*Featuring six AC outlets for AV equipment or computers, plus two 3.4A USB ports for ultra-fast charging of mobile devices, the Black Platinum 600 has plenty of connection options for all your gadgets and gear.
*The included Powerline Communication adapter means existing AC power lines can be used to provide a reliable and strong Internet Connection.Sit back and enjoy a better streaming and gaming experience.
*The power in your home is subject to interference that can affect your TV’s picture and sound. Our surge protectors include Monster® Clean Power® technology to help ensure that your components perform at peak levels. With Clean Power® Stage 2, you get two isolated filters optimized for audio and video for a crystal clear image and detailed sound.

- FireProof MOV power protection protects your family, not just your equipment
- Powerline Ethernet adapter for easy setup of a more reliable internet connection
- 6 AC outlets
- 2 USB 3.4A ports
- 6-foot cord
- 2160 Joules of protection
- Connected Equipment Warranty of $800,000
- Monster Tri-Mode Power Protection
- Monster Clean Power Stage 2 Noise Filtration offers better picture and sound
- Gold Coax protection for your antenna/cable line

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