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|Headquarters||Rancho Cucamonga, California, United States|
|Products||Cables, Adapters, HDMI Cable, Professional Audio, Computer Accessories, Home Theater|
Number of employees
|Parent||YFC-Boneagle Electric Co., Ltd.|
Monoprice initially was known for its inexpensive HDMI cables. The office and shipping operations are run out of a 173,000 square-foot warehouse. Monoprice has grown to a $120 Million a year business.
Monoprice was founded in 2002 by both Jong Lee and Seok Hong.
In March 2013, Monoprice was sued by Klipsch, an American loudspeaker company, for patent infringement for the latter's Energy Take Classic 5.1 system. Monoprice had to withdraw its 5.1 Hi-Fi Home Theater Satellite Speakers & Subwoofer system.
In July 7, 2013, Monoprice started selling its own brand of proprietary guitars.
June 25, 2014, Monoprice parent company, Blucora, Inc. announced the appointment of Bernard W. Luthi as President of its Monoprice subsidiary. As President, Mr. Luthi will oversee the operations of the Monoprice e-commerce business, which sells self-branded consumer electronics and accessories. Luthi previously served as COO and CMO of Rakuten.com and Buy.com and SVP of Marketing, Merchandising and Web Management for Newegg.com 
Nov. 18, 2016, Monoprice, a leading online retailer offering high-quality and affordably priced consumer electronics and tech accessories, and YFC-BonEagle Electric Co., Ltd. (YFC), a Taiwan-based leading provider of power cord sets and networking peripherals, announced today that YFC has acquired Monoprice in a cash transaction valued at $40 million. 
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