TruAudio Introduces Bulk Cable and TV Mounts

TruAudio announces two new product lines - Bulk Cable and TV Mounts.

"We've been adding a variety of different products to our line-up at TruAudio. Last month we introduced our new aFrame Acoustic Artwork. This month we're introducing Bulk Cable and TV Mounts - and we've got more product offerings coming," said Bryan Garner, President at TruAudio.


TruAudio now offers a line of Bulk Cable. This includes 14 and 16 gauge, RG6 and CAT5 available in 500 and 1,000 foot lengths on spools and in pull boxes - all at attractive prices.

Also introduced was a new line of TV Mounts. TruAudio now offers Articulating, Flat, Tilt, Swiveling, and Super Slim mounts in sizes from micro to large that will fit screens from 13" up to 65". They also offer a universal projector mount with extension pole.

TruAudio has been very busy adding new product lines over the last few months. Garner states that the reason for offering all the new product lines is so "integrators don't have to be so busy." TruAudio wants to make things convenient for them, giving them one place to get what they need - saving them time and money.

"We appreciate their business. And we also appreciate their time and their need to earn a profit," says Garner. "That's why we're offering new product lines at competitive prices and will be adding more in the future."

Something for everybody to look forward to!

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