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Neutrik Adds Bling to XLRs

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Neutrik XX series XLR's have officially been blinged out with Swarovski crystals. Named, CrystalCon, this connector line is geared towards users looking for that extra sparkle on stage.


the crystal XLR’s and crystal Plugs, made with Swarovski crystals are designed to offer a unique appearance and innovative look. Now visually enhanced by CRYSTALLIZED™ — Swarovski Elements, CrystalCon is based on established Neutrik connector products, offering all the benefits and features found in the company’s XLR’s. CrystalCon is also branded with a unique hologram, which gives a genuine and authentic Neutrik product.



“CrystalCon is a unique offering from Neutrik, as this is the first time the company has decorated its connectors to enhance its visual appearance, ” says Jim Cowan, president of Neutrik USA. “CrystalCon is just the beginning of several novelty-type connectors that we are looking into. Creating specialty products is a great way to make our connectors standout, not only technically, but now visually.”

For more information, visit their web site at www.neutrik.com.
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