Santo Angelo Cables Launches New Line of Environmentally-Friendly Cables

This initiative ensures reduced electrical energy consumption, efficient use of raw materials (or natural resources) and with less waste.

Miami, FL (July 24, 2012) – Santo Angelo Cables has launched their new line of environmentally-friendly cables for musical instruments and Pro Audio.  Now musicians can get premium quality cables that sound great and are easy on the environment.

The cable lines include instrument cables with ¼” plugs; mic cables with XLR-style plugs; and a variety of audio connector cables.

Santo Angelo is committed to quality and the environmentally sustainable manufacturing of cables and connectors under the guidelines of ISO 14001:2004 certification since 2008. This initiative ensures reduced electrical energy consumption, efficient use of raw materials (or natural resources) and with less waste, recyclability and reuse of water in the manufacturing of their cables. In addition to being environmentally friendly cables, SANTO ANGELO cables are also ISO 9.001:2008 Quality certified, so their great quality is combined with their green certification.

Environmentally conscious musicians – as well as anyone who’s looking for a great-sounding cable – should take a look at Santo Angelo Instrument and Pro Audio cables as a new option for your music and audio connections.

For more information:
www.santoangelocables.com

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