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Send and receive MIDI information through one cable assembly with Hosa Technologies' Dual-MIDI to Dual-MIDI 3.3-foot Cable. With a dense spiral copper shield to block interference and nickel-plated connector pins for precise data transfer, the Dual-MIDI to Dual-MIDI 3.3-foot Cable is an inexpensive option for connecting your MIDI-compliant devices.
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)
The MIDI protocol allows communication between a computer and a digital synthesizer (keyboard, drum machine, etc.) by transmitting how the notes are to be produced. For example, commands like note-on, note-off, pitch-shift, and tempo create much smaller files and more realistic music, relying on the synthesizer to create all audible sounds.
This tandem MIDI cable allows sending and receiving MIDI information through one cable assembly. Red and white color-coded connectors differentiate between cables, making hookups easier.
Discreet 5-Pin Connectors
Each of the five pins on the connectors of these MIDI cables is wired to support all MIDI functions, including uploading and downloading data and relaying SysEx information.
The injection-molded connector bodies with built-in strain relief are rugged and affordable, and the stranded copper conductors are surrounded by a dense copper shield to ensure interference-resistant data transfer.
Colors and Lengths
These cables are available in black, red, white, blue and orange, allowing for more organization when using multiple devices. In addition, Hosa makes their cables in a variety of lengths to suit virtually any application.
In the Box
Hosa Technology 2 MIDI to 2 MIDI (Dual) Cable - 3 ft
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5-pin Dual to 5-pin Dual MIDI
Used to connect the send and receive ports of two MIDI-compliant components together, such as a keyboard to a computer