Hosa Technology Introduces PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables

The cable is a ‘snake’ that incorporates both shielded power and shielded audio lines into a single cable

Buena Park, CA – (December 1, 2010) -- Hosa Technology has announced the introduction of the new PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables. As a ‘snake’ that incorporates both shielded power and shielded audio lines into a single cable, the new PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables provide a convenient solution for interconnecting mixing consoles and powered studio reference monitors.

Offering XLR3F and NEMA 5-15P to XLR3M and IEC C13 connectivity, Hosa’s new PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables combine superior cable and workmanship to create the ideal solution to the age-old issue of cable management in the recording studio environment. These new cables represent a clear upgrade to pairing an XLR interconnect with a conventional, unshielded power cord, resulting in superior audio performance and noticeably more organized cable runs.

The new Hosa PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables incorporate a UL-approved, 14 AWG shielded power cord to deliver AC power, coupled with a shielded 24 AWG audio interconnect featuring industry standard Neutrik X-series XLR connectors (male/female) to deliver line-level audio signals. Featuring 3-foot fans on both ends of the snake, the new PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables provide ample cable length to accommodate convenient configuration of both the audio connections and the connection to the AC power distribution box.

Jonathan Pusey, Hosa Technology’s Director of Sales and Marketing, commented on the new PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables, “The PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables represent an ideal solution to the ever-vexing issue of cable management and clear sound in today’s recording studios. With a variety of lengths to accommodate practically any size control room, these cables provide greater convenience with better signal quality—making the PPC-100 Series Powered Speaker Cables a clear upgrade compared to pairing an XLR interconnect with a conventional, unshielded power cord. I’m confident musicians and recording studio engineers will find these cables a long overdue solution to an issue that’s been irritating them for a long time.”

Available in 10-, 25-, 50-, 75-, and 100-foot lengths, Hosa Technology’s PPC-100 Powered Speaker Cables carry MSRP pricing ranging from $82.50 to $362.10. All models are available now.

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