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Nylon webbing over PVC jackets and NeutrikR connectors upgrade performance

Buena Park, CA - April 2012. Hosa Technology, the leading innovator of
analog and digital connectivity solutions for the modern musician, is
pleased to introduce a significant upgrade of the company's popular Elite
Series guitar cables. Now available with Neutrik X-Series straight and
right-angle plugs plus a new nylon webbing over the cable's PVC jacket, the
Elite Series takes advantage of the latest technological advances and
state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to deliver performance attributes
that are every bit on par-if not superior to-more costly boutique cables.
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A clean, reliable connection to one's signal processing and amplification
chain is of paramount concern for any guitarist or bassist and the Hosa
Elite Series guitar cable makes this a top priority. The Neutrik X-Series
connectors employ precision machined, one-piece contacts designed to provide
both signal integrity and structural rigidity. The connectors feature
gold-plated contacts for corrosion resistance and superior signal transfer
and utilize a zinc die-cast housing for rock-solid reliability. With a
polyurethane gland to prevent cable kinking for longer cable life and
chuck-type strain relief for maximum cable retention combined with a sleek,
ergonomic design for easy handling, these connectors deliver the ideal blend
of performance and long-term reliability.

Of course, the cable's quality is an equally important contributor to
overall audio performance and here, too, the Hosa Elite Series guitar cable
excels. These cables use 20 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) conductors that
reduce resistance in order to facilitate maximum signal transfer.
Polyethylene dielectrics reduce capacitance for crystal-clear high-frequency
transmission while conductive PVC reduces handling noise. Further, a 95\% OFC
braided shield is employed for noise-free signal transmission. Take all this
and complete it with nylon webbing over the cable's PVC jacket, which is
cut- and abrasion-resistant for a lifetime of trouble-free use, and the end
result is a cable musicians can place their trust in.

Jonathan Pusey, Hosa Technology's Vice President of Sales and Marketing,
commented on the second generation Elite Series guitar cable. "We spared no
expense in the development of this cable and the enhancements made to this
line are significant," said Pusey. "With a rich feature set and a highly
competitive price, we are extremely proud of this product line. The Elite
Series has always been an exceptional product and now, with the addition of
Neutrik connectors and abrasion-resistant nylon webbing for a lifetime of
dynamic, noise-free sound quality, I'm confident guitarists everywhere will
find much to like."

Hosa Technology's Elite Series cables range in price from an MSRP of $44.10
(for a 5-foot length straight to same) through $85.65 (for a 25-foot
straight to right angle model). These cables are also available in 6-inch,
1-foot, and 1.5-foot patch cord lengths, with MSRP pricing ranging from
$38.85 - $40.95. The Elite Series is slated to become available late Q2,
2012.

About Hosa Technology
Headquartered in Buena Park, CA, Hosa Technology, Inc. is the leading
supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the
musical-instrument and professional-audio industries. Since the company's
inception in 1984, Hosa Technology's consumer-driven inventory has expanded
to include a full line of audio, video, and computer products. Enthusiasts
and professionals alike rely upon Hosa Technology to deliver world-class
performance and value both on the stage and in the studio. For more
information about Hosa Technology, please visit www.hosatech.com.

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