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Mogami Pure Patch PP-06 6-Foot Unbalanced 1/4" TS to 1/4" TS Cable PP06

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This is a used Mogami Pure Patch PP-06 6-Foot Unbalanced 1/4" TS to 1/4" TS Cable.

Condition

This cable is in good condition with normal wear, has been tested, and works as it should.

Product Details

This Mogami PP-06 Pure-Patch TR 1/4" Male to TS 1/4" Male Patch Cable is a patch cable that exceeds all industry standard audio and video specifications for performance and reliability. Neglex OFC #2964 cabling is used for clarity and freedom from noise and RF interference. This cable uses an improved double mold design for the 1/4″ plug connection, with improved strain relief design for strength, durability, and longer flex life.

  • Nickel plated plugs
  • Rugged design for durability
  • Superb noise rejection
  • Amazing clarity
  • Lifetime warranty

What's Included

  • PurePatch PP-06 Cable


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