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VOX Amplification introduces its Class A line of premium cables that includes the: VGC (VOX Guitar Cable), VAC (VOX Acoustic Cable) and VBC (VOX Bass Cable). Designed to provide maximum signal transfer with the lowest possible signal loss and distortion, all VOX Class A cables employ audiophile grade materials as well as proprietary technology and manufacturing methods to ensure noise-free transmission.

"VOX Class A cables are a logical next step in our mission to bring VOX's reputation for tone and engineering to musicians of all levels," says Mitch Colby, Korg USA's Senior VP of Product Development. "The same knowledge of great guitar tone that comes from 50 years of amp manufacturing went into this new cable line."

Standard guitar/speaker cables compromise performance by using lower grade conventional copper conductors. This can result in signal loss and distortion that cause lower definition, poor dynamics and inaccurate sound. VOX Class A cables use high grade oxygen-free copper cable conductors that yield better clarity and a more natural sounding midrange. The stranded construction has been carefully selected and tuned using the optimum strand gauge and strand count to give the maximum performance for the instrument applications specific to each cable. A precision formulated, polypropylene dielectric material results in stronger signals that yield better high frequencies, and more realistic tonality and nuance.

In addition, VOX Class A cables feature 24K gold-plated connectors for maximum corrosion resistance and signal flow, and are double shielded to provide maximum isolation from electromagnetic and radio frequency interference. VOX Class A Cables are available in 13-foot and 19.5-foot lengths for electric guitar, acoustic guitar and electric bass. The cables include a cloth carry bag and are packaged in attractive retail packaging.

VOX Class A cables will be available March 2007.

VOX Amplification is exhibiting at Booth #6440 during the 2007 NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

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