premium cable 2015

Premium Cable

Premium Cable

$ 310.00

The video equivalent of tossing the ol’ monkeywrench in the gears.  BPMC’s defacto analog glitch video processor.

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Product Description

Features: 10 FX knobs, 2 Body Contacts & a CV input.


Based on a wild circuit variant of the Basic Cable (it is essentially a different circuit altogether and thus different effects), the Premium Cable is a custom modified analog glitch swiss army knife capable of sync corruptions, ringing/edge feedback, neon outline effects & rich blur effects.  It is a glitch video utility that covers a lot of ground.  Each knob stands on it’s own as a unique effect with some more subtle than others.  However, combining knobs reveals a whole wild and whacky world of broken beauty.  Some of my favorite effects are buried pretty deep in there including some of grittiest ringing you’ll find in BPMC-land.  You’ll also find that the Premium Cable works well as a mixer feedback processing tool.  It has a way of livening up any mixer feedback chain with colorful rainbow blobs & floating fractures.


Whether you are just getting started in hardware based glitch video or are looking for a new tool to spice things up the Premium Cable does not disappoint. Each Premium Cable is hand-modified & self-hacked with care.  I do my best to keep the Premium as uniform as possible  but each Cable is it’s own unique machine.


INTERNATIONAL USERS:  Premium Cable ships with a 110/220v power supply and does not need an NTSC/PAL conversion device as long as you are either going NTSC>>NTSC or PAL>>PAL.


USER MANUAL:  Download and view the Premium Cable User Manual.



Additional Information



For best results:

Use with a CRT TV.


Composite video (RCA)


DC 12v power supply. 110v.

International Orders:

For use with PAL systems you will need a PAL to NTSC conversion device.

International liabilities:

BPMC is not responsible for damage incurred as a result of improperly powering this device.


Requires the use of a Time Based Correction unit for stable results with certain devices. Projectors for sure. For most stable results use a CRTV.


Manual & power supply.