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Gotham audio cable has never been well known like Belden, Mogami, or Canare but over the years many audio professionals have insisted on Gotham for demanding applications and high end installs. I have always felt that it was superior to those brands and I'm very please that Studio Electronics is now a dealer for Gotham cable. This design, with its finely stranded copper wire and supple jacketing assures superb flexibility, easy and fast handling, low memory and reliable, long life. Below, you'll see more history on Gotham cable, along a summary of cable types that are made, with links to our web store. If you need help choosing cable for a particular application or have any questions, please contact us. David Kulka Studio Electronics, Inc.
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