Audio/power cable with PowerCon Grey to IEC power channel and 2 XLR female to XLR male audio channels. Siamese twins cables are designed to provide quick, neat and reliable connection of audio mixers to self-powered full-range and bi-amplified loudspeaker systems, including products from Turbosound, JBL, EON, EAW, Meyer, Mackie and other professional audio manufacturers. Available with all common connector configurations required, cables combine balanced XLR-type audio lines with specially-shielded high-current AC power cordage in ruggedly-jacketed composite cable assembly suitable for both fixed and portable professional sound system applications. The proprietary, multi-conductor, ROHS-compliant, cable is available in two basic configurations, each incorporating a UL-listed PVC-jacketed 14-gauge 3-conductor power cable with a 100% coverage aluminum/mylar shield, and with one or two flexible double-shielded, 24 AWG twisted-pair, individually-jacketed audio cables, all within a tough yet supple overall matte-black outer jacket. Depending upon the configuration required, molded NEMA 5-15P connectors, molded NEMA C-13 inline receptacles, or Neutrik Powercon input/output connectors are combined with the appropriate-gender XLR-type connectors to deliver both 120VAC power and audio to the loudspeaker system, or to daisy-chain from one system to the next if required. Standard Siamese Twins assemblies have a 36” tail for the AC input and 18” tails for the audio connector(s) at the sending (mixer) end, and a 12” fanout for both at the receiving end. Older versions of JBL EON cabinets require an additional length of AC cable to reach their power-input connector and are available as a standard product.
- Combine balanced audio and AC power in single easy-to-handle cable assembly
- Rugged, yet flexible, composite cable for fast setups and tear-downs without adding clutter to an already busy stage
- Shielded AC and double-shielded audio lines totally eliminate all hum and buzz problems under 100kHz
- Connector configurations are available for common applications