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Zaolla Silverline introduces the new ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes and ZTTS-800 Series balanced patch cables with TT connectors.


The new balanced snakes are available in a variety of lengths.

Standard lengths include 3 ft, 5 ft, 7 ft, 10 ft, 15 ft, and 20 ft. Custom lengths and configurations are available upon request. In addition to a Zaolla Silverline DB25 connector, all models feature Neutrik® NP3TT-1 nickel-plated TT TRS connectors at the fan for industry-standard connectivity in colors to match the electronic color code.

Available in 1.5 ft and 3 ft lengths, these cables are designed to ensure the integrity of a signal as it is transmitted from point to point. All models include Neutrik® NP3TT-1 nickel-plated TT TRS connectors for industry-standard connectivity in colors to match the electronic color code. Custom lengths are available upon request.

In addition to solid-silver conductors for improved high frequency transmission and increased headroom for overtones, these cables feature high-density, tinned-copper (TC) braids for EMI/RFI rejection plus aluminum Mylar (Al-Mylar) foil for additional EMI/RFI rejection and reduced capacitance. The ZDTT Series balanced snakes feature an additional Al-Mylar shield around the leads for maximum EMI/RFI rejection.

As is the case with all Zaolla Silverline products, the ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes and ZTTS-800 balanced patch cables are protected under Zaolla Silverline’s Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Pricing
The Zaolla Silverline ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes range in MSRP (depending upon length) from $273.00 for the 3 ft ZDTT-803 to $973.00 for the 20 ft ZDTT-820.
The Zaolla Silverline ZTTS-800 Series balanced patch cables carry an MSRP of $69.00 for the 1.5 ft ZTTS-101.5 and $85.00 for the 3 ft ZTTS-103. All models are available now.

For more, visit www.zaolla.com.

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