02.22.2009 08:17 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Zaolla Silverline introduces new snakes, patch cables

Zaolla Silverline, a California-based producer of cable technologies for the musical instrument and pro audio industries, has introduced the ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes and ZTTS-800 Series balanced patch cables. Both are premium products featuring state-of-the-art materials, including Neutrik TT connectors.

The new Zaolla Silverline ZDTT-800 Series DB25-to-TT TRS balanced snakes are available in six standard lengths ranging from 3ft to 20ft, with custom lengths and configurations 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.

The Silverline ZTTS-800 Series TT TRS balanced patch cables are available in 1.5ft and 3ft lengths and, like the snake product, include Neutrik NP3TT-1 nickel-plated TT TRS connectors and industry-standard color coding, with custom lengths available upon request.

Zaolla Silverline ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes and ZTTS-800 balanced patch cables include solid-silver conductors for improved high-frequency transmission and increased headroom for overtones, and high-density, tinned-copper braids for durable and effective EMI/RFI rejection. The ZDTT Series balanced snakes feature an additional aluminum-Mylar shield around the leads for maximum EMI/RFI rejection. As with all Zaolla Silverline products, the ZDTT-800 Series balanced snakes and ZTTS-800 balanced patch cables carry a limited lifetime warranty and are available now.

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