Hosa Technology Edge Series
Hosa Edge microphone cables utilize Neutrik XX-series connectors, which are manufactured with gold-plated contacts for corrosion resistance, a zinc die-cast housing, chuck-type strain relief, a boot with a polyurethane gland to prevent cable kinking, and an ergonomic design. The cables employ 20 AWG oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors along with polyethylene dielectrics and a 95 percent OFC braided shield. This reduces resistance and capacitance for maximum signal transfer and crystal-clear high frequency transmission while providing maximum noise rejection. The speaker cables utilize 12 AWG oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors that reduce resistance and provide maximum signal transfer. Further, they are manufactured with a PVC jacket that adds durability, remains flexible, and reduces the visibility of the cable.
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