Samson Tourtek Pro TPI Series 1/4" Male to 1/4" Male Instrument Cable (25')

BH #SATPI25 • MFR #SATPI25
Samson Tourtek Pro TPI Series 1/4" Male to 1/4" Male Instrument Cable (25')
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Samson Tourtek Pro TPI Series 1/4" Male to 1/4" Male Instrument Cable (25')

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Samson Tourtek Pro TPI Overview

Tourtek Pro TPI Instrument Cables are designed to withstand the demands of sound engineers and touring musicians. Constructed with OFC (Oxygen Free Copper), Tourtek Pro low-capacitance cables deliver consistent performance while delivering uncolored sound from the audio source. Each cable features a braided shield and carbon-impregnated conductive PVC insulation, offering extremely low noise and excellent rejection of RF/EMI interference. Finally, Tourtek Pro cables include heavy-duty black chrome-plated brass connectors with gold-plated plugs and durable, thick PVC outer jackets, resulting in premium, rugged cables for any sound reinforcement application.

Key Features

  • Consistent performance while delivering uncolored sound from the audio source
  • Braided shield and carbon-impregnated conductive PVC insulation
  • Extremely low noise and excellent rejection of RF/EMI interference
  • Heavy-duty black chrome-plated brass connectors with gold-plated plugs
  • Durable, thick PVC outer jackets
UPC: 809164020929

Samson Tourtek Pro TPI Specs

General
Cable TypeAudio cable
American Wire Gauge (AWG)20
Jacket MaterialPolyethylene
Shielding MaterialBare annealed copper
Length25 ft
Plated ConnectorGold
FeaturesOFC (Oxygen Free Copper), EMI/RFI protection
ColorBlack
Connectivity
CONNECTORPhone stereo 6.35 mm - male
Connector (Second End)Phone stereo 6.35 mm - male
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & SupportLimited warranty - parts and labor - lifetime
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