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October 22, 2020

Hosa Universal Power Adapter

While most electronic devices come with their own power supplies, some do not. Even when they do, we sometimes misplace or lose…
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September 29, 2020

Setting Up Your TRACKLINK USB

Hosa’s TRACKLINK USB interfaces give players and creators the option of bypassing a traditional audio interface in order…
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July 23, 2020

How to Wrap Your Cables

After using our audio cables, most of us don’t think about the proper way to wrap them other than to quickly get them out of the way…
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July 21, 2020

Setting Up A Pedalboard

With so many effects and hybrid multi-effects guitar pedals on the market, it’s easy for beginners to quickly feel overwhelmed…
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June 27, 2020

How to Gear Up for a Podcast

Podcasting is a medium that is seeing more and more creators every day. It’s become one of the most digested pieces of modern…
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June 16, 2020

Disinfect & Sanitize Your Gear

It's hard to know how to disinfect and sanitize your audio equipment without damaging it. Learn our tips…
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August 28, 2019

XLR or DMX, Make the Call

There are certainly a number of cables that serve different functions but look similar or use the same connector types. For instance…
- Dylan
June 4, 2019

Why Cables Matter

It’s often the things we don’t think about that can have a huge influence on our results. In the world of cooking, it may be the type of knife…
- Dylan
October 21, 2015

Future Proof Your Network

Category cables have been in use for a number of years. Most consumers will know these as network cables, Ethernet cables, or…
- Jose
July 31, 2014

Balanced vs. Unbalanced Audio

Questions about balanced and unbalanced audio come up frequently and it is an important concept to understand when hooking up pro…
- Jose
June 13, 2014

The DB-25 Enigma

Many times, people look at the jacks on the back of a device to figure out what cables they will need. While this is not really the…
- Jose
May 13, 2014

Y Cable vs. Stereo Breakout

The Y cable earned its name from the way it looks. There is a single connector on one end with a cable that splits, either as a zip…
- Jose