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New Synth Playground Patch Cable Holder Announced by Hosa

Monkey Bars go anywhere your rig needs to go

Buena Park, CA, October 2018 — Hosa Technology, Inc. is pleased to introduce the Hosa Monkey Bars Patch Cable Holder. Hosa Monkey Bars organizes patch cables and adaptors, and goes everywhere your rig needs to go.

The Hosa Monkey Bars Patch Cable Holder is a heavy-duty unit capable of holding a variety of patch cables and adaptors so they are always within reach. Monkey Bars features 22 cable slots for maximum capacity. Each slot includes wide and narrow sections to accommodate patch cables of different diameters. The two side trays are deep enough to hold adaptors of most sizes—even larger adaptors like the popular Hosa Knucklebones.

What truly sets Monkey Bars apart is its versatility. Like the majority of existing patch cable holders, Monkey Bars can be attached to a wall. In addition, Hosa’s patch cable holder can also be secured to the bottom of a desktop in smaller workstations so you can patch and play without leaving your seat. Finally, thanks to the included stand clamp, Hosa Monkey Bars can be attached to a microphone stand to create a mobile patch cable holder.

As we began development of a patch cable holder for the modular synthesizer crowd, we noticed how often the entire rig must be packed up and taken out into the world. Events like Modular on the Spot inspired us to design Monkey Bars to be truly mobile so that it could travel and be set up wherever it was needed.

Hosa Monkey Bars Patch Cable Holder is available now at an MSRP of $29.95. Contact your favorite Hosa reseller for more information.

- Hosa
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