Hosa Technology Elite Series v2


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Hosa Technology Elite Series v2

Microphone cables
Now available with Neutrik XX-Series connectors plus a new nylon webbing over the cable's PVC jacket, the Elite Series takes advantage of the latest technological advances and state-of-the-art manufacturing processes. Available in both Lo-Z (XLR3F to XLR3M) and Hi-Z (XLR3F to 1/4" TS) configurations, the cable used in the Hosa Elite Series is important to overall audio performance. These cables use 20 AWG oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors that reduce resistance in order to facilitate maximum signal transfer. Polyethylene dielectrics reduce capacitance for crystal-clear high-frequency transmission while conductive PVC reduces handling noise. Further, a 95 percent OFC braided shield is employed for noise-free signal transmission.
714-522-8878
sales@hosatech.com
www.hosatech.com


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