Samson 1/4" Male to 1/4" Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable - 10'

Samson Tourtek Series 1/4" Mono Male to 1/4" Mono Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable - 10'

Samson Tourtek Series 1/4" Mono Male to 1/4" Mono Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable - 10'

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Samson 1/4" Male to 1/4" Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable - 10'

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This Samson Tourtek Series 1/4" Male to 1/4" Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable is designed for musicians and sound engineers who require superior sound quality and demand ultimate reliability. The cable features genuine Neutrik connectors and durable low-capacitance wire, which provides excellent rejection of RFI/EMI interference, extremely low handling noise, and superior sound quality.

Its inner stranded copper conductor is covered by a PCV insulator, which is wrapped in a second carbon insulator, then wrapped in a braided copper shield with 96% coverage, then protected by a 6mm PVC outer jacket.

96% coverage copper-braided shield rejects RFI and EMI for a lower noise floor and increased resolution.
Original Neutrik connectors.
UPC: 809164007142
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Samson Tourtek Series 1/4" Mono Male to 1/4" Mono Right-Angle Male Instrument Cable - 10'
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    • 1Description
    Connector 1 1 x 1/4" TS Male Straight
    Connector 2 1 x 1/4" TS Male Right Angle
    Cable Length 10' / 3.05 m
    Shielding Type Braided
    Shielding Coverage 96%
    Shielding Material Copper
    Wire Gauge Not specified by manufacturer
    Connector Brand Neutrik
    Green Certifications None
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.9 x 5.9 x 1.4"

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