Orange Amplification announces tangle-free Twister Cable


It does not matter whether you love computers or A/V equipment – just about all of them happen to come with some sort of cables that you need to hook up to – even the power cable is part of the equation. Until wireless technology has improved to the point where power as well as data can be transferred without missing a beat, you can be sure that there will be a need for cables to remain in business, and along with it, its slew of problems – with a tangled mess being the main one. Orange Amplification intends to change the future by doing its bit with the announcement of a tangle-free Twister Cable

Touted to be the first of its kind in the world, Orange Amplification has laid claim to having solved the perennial problem of instrument cables tangling and kinking, thanks to the spanking new Orange Twister Cable. This is an age old problem, and no doubt it has done its fair bit to frustrate musicians and inventors ever since electrified music made an appearance. Orange Amplification decided to think outside the box in order to come up with this creative solution which delivers freedom of movement on stage, all sans the need for a digital wireless unit.

The innovative Twister Cable would incorporate a unique patent pending Twister module, where it will rotate freely in order to prevent the cable from tangling and kinking. The Twister module itself has been specially machined from high quality, lightweight, aircraft grade aluminium, incorporating a trio of sealed internal precision ball races that ensures a robust and reliable cable for performing musicians.

The signal transmitted will not be affected or interrupted – and this is because of the unit’s extremely low noise factor. It also boasts of the highest grade of oxygen-free copper cabling, letting the new Twister Cables achieve a similar level of high performance of signal transmission as that of Orange’s very own Professional Cable range. Sounds like a dream, no?

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