Artech introduces FatCat Cable by TruAudio

Artech Electronics Ltd. is pleased to announce the introduction of FatCat Cable, a line of quality cables and connectors, manufactured by TruAudio.

FatCat was developed with one goal in mind, to offer a solution to custom installers for audio/video interconnects at an affordable price. Every interconnect, cable and connector under the FatCat name promises performance and reliability and is backed with a Lifetime Warranty. FatCat cables are products incorporating leading -edge technology, combined with careful design, quality materials and craftsmanship.

FatCat Features:

* Special nickel -plated RCA plugs for low contact resistance.
* Durable PVC outer jacket remains flexible and resists tears and cracks.
* Double shielding using both aluminum foil and Oxygen -Free Copper braid.


For more information, contact Artech toll -free at (514) 631 -6448; or visit www.artech -electronics.com.

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