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RapcoHorizon Road Hog Cable Series

The RapcoHorizon Company is showcasing its Road Hog Series of cables at WNAMM 2010 (Booth 4558 Hall C).

The Road Hog Series includes instrument cables, microphone cables and speaker cables, all designed for heavy-duty use.

Each Road Hog cable is equipped with pure copper conductors encased in a jacket designed to lay flat and coil easily. The instrument cables feature a pure copper 20ga center conductor and a 95% serve shield, the manufacturer says.

The Road Hog microphone cables are designed with dual 24ga pure copper conductors and a 95% pure copper serve shield.

Rounding out the Road Hog line are 14ga speaker cables with stranded twisted pair conductors for low noise operation, according to the company. The entire Road Hog Series comes with a lifetime warranty.

For more information, visit www.rapco.com.
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