Audio-Technica has introduced new microphone, guitar and speaker cables, as well as redesigned packaging for the company’s Wireless Essentials and other pro-grade accessories, reflecting the same bold style as the new microphone, guitar and speaker cables.
Two high-quality levels of microphone cables are offered, Premium and Value. The Premium Microphone Cables (XLRF-XLRM) are engineered for maximum signal transfer and minimum loss. Designed for low-impedance operation, these balanced cables feature heavy-duty construction (24-gauge stranded copper conductors) and professional Neutrik connectors. To protect signal quality, each conductor has an individual spiral shield inside the molded insulated sheath. A conductive PVC layer inside each shield dissipates static buildup during flexing. A wide variety of cable lengths are available ranging from 1.5 to 100 feet; all
Audio-Technica Premium Microphone Cables come with a limited lifetime warranty.
The A-T Value Microphone Cables are available in two configurations (XLRF-1/4-inch and XLRF-XLRM) and are engineered to deliver outstanding reliable, durable performance. An economical introduction to the Audio-Technica line of quality cable, the Value Microphone Cables are backed by a 5-year warranty and come in a wide variety of lengths ranging from 10 to 25 feet (XLRF-1/4-inch) and 10 to 50 feet (XLRF-XLRM).
A Premium Instrument Cable line is also being shown that is engineered for maximum signal transfer and minimum loss. Featuring a braided copper shield and conductive PVC inner shield to protect cable signal quality with 100% coverage, the A-T Premium Instrument Cables comprise professional high-quality 1/4 inch connectors with strain relief, dual jacket design and 24-gauge stranded copper conductors. A wide variety of cable lengths are available ranging from 1.5 to 30 feet; a 0.5-inch length with right angle ¼ inch connectors is also offered. The Premium Instrument Cables come with a limited lifetime warranty.
The Wireless Essentials and accessories with redesigned packaging, as well as the new cables, became available in February 2005.
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