Audio/power cable with Edison Plug to PowerCon Blue power channel and XLR female to XLR male audio channel. 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