Perfect Path™ Now Shipping Complete Line of A/V Interconnect Cables and Connectors for Retail and Custom Installation Markets

2010 International CES Booth South 1 20959

LAS VEGAS - Jan. 7, 2010 - PPC®, a global leader in connector technology, today announced that its entire Perfect Path™ line of easy -to -use, professional -quality A/V interconnect cables, connectors, and bulk cables is now shipping. The cutting -edge products are available through Digital Delivery Group (www.digitaldeliverygroup.org), the leading distribution consortium for digital -home technology, and will be displayed at the 2010 International CES, booth South 1 20959 in Las Vegas, Jan. 7 -10.


"Since its unveiling, the Perfect Path line has received a tremendous amount of interest, and we are excited to say that it is now shipping," said Eric Bodley, vice president and general manager of consumer electronics at PPC. "From the industry's only patented locking HDMI and RCA cables to coaxial, audio fiber optic, and more, the Perfect Path line provides a complete connection to the ultimate HD experience for consumers."

The Perfect Path line features PerfectLock™ HDMI and RCA connectors. These connectors do not require product modification, magnets, or set screws, and they feature an innovative built -in mechanism to lock the connector automatically into the port at more than 25 pounds of retention. This is more than 10 times the strength of conventional connectors, supporting continuous maximum sound and picture quality while reducing cable fall -out and service calls for installers and consumers.

More information about Perfect Path and the company's products is available at www.perfectpath.com.

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About Perfect Path™
Perfect Path™ offers the custom installation and retail A/V markets a full range of innovative interconnect devices, including the industry's only true locking HDMI cable. Perfect Path cables, connectors, and tools offer the same PPC® quality that has been enjoyed around the world by cable systems and satellite networks. The competitively priced, highly reliable interconnect solutions allow custom installers and A/V retailers to connect with something better™ for increased profits and decreased operational costs. More information is available at www.perfectpath.com.

About PPC®
With more patents in connector technology than any other company worldwide, PPC® has pioneered many of the advancements available in the industry today and is a proven leader in the design and manufacture of connector technology for the telecommunications, satellite, and wireless industries around the globe. PPC's innovations include the Universal Compression Connector, which is widely used by all major cable TV and satellite companies; the wireless compression connector for the wireless industry; and the only locking HDMI connector. Headquartered in East Syracuse, N.Y., PPC also has locations in Denmark, St. Kitts, and China. More information is available at www.ppc -online.com.



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