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Hosa Announces 4-Conductor DMX Cables

New Cables Provide Additional Functionality Select Devices Require

Buena Park, CA, October 2015 — Hosa Technology, Inc., the leading innovator of analog and digital connectivity solutions for the audio and video professional, is pleased to introduce the DMX-000 Series 4-conductor DMX Cables. The superior construction and use of all five XLR pins makes this line the optimal cable choice for any DMX512 network.

Hosa DMX-000 Series DMX Cables feature 24 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) conductors and a nominal impedance of 120 ohms in adherence with the DMX512 specifications to deliver accurate control data. The DMX-000 Series consists of four conductors instead of only two as required by the DMX standard. This enables full functionality with devices utilizing the extra two channels for additional connectivity functions while remaining compatible with traditional DMX devices.

Furthermore, Hosa’s new 4-conductor DMX Cables are available in 5-, 10-, 25-, 50-, and 100-foot length options. The variety of lengths makes the DMX-000 Series the ideal solution for stages of any size.

“As the lighting requirements on stage have increased, the demand for added DMX512 functionality has also risen,” commented Jose Gonzalez, Hosa Technology’s Product Manager. “We’re confident the combination of high-quality construction, availability of multiple lengths, and use of the extra two channels, will make DMX-000 Series DMX Cables a vital solution in lighting rigs everywhere.”

The Hosa DMX-000 Series DMX Cables are available now. MSRP ranges from $28.35 to $135.10.

- Hosa
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