Wireworks introduces DT12 Audio Cabling System

Corporation, the innovator of audio/video cabling systems, introduces the DT12
Audio Cabling System, consisting of the DT12 sports broadcast breakout box,
trunks and tails. Designed for rigorous sports applications, the DT12
Audio Cabling System is suitable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor
sporting events, such as basketball, golf and football.

Ideal for
broadcast trucks, where space is often limited, the Wireworks DT12 welded steel
breakout boxes are a quarter the size of traditional stageboxes.
Wireworks’ super slim in-line DT12 breakout box is engineered to withstand the
rigors of being dragged across a stadium or field. At just three inches
square virtually the same size as the DT12 connectors themselves the DT12
breakout box is compact without compromising strength or dependability.
The breakout box also features male and female DT12 connectors with cover
caps. Recessed Neutrik XLR black/gold connectors and dual-sided channel
identification allow for use in any orientation. Super-slim, super-tough,
DT12 pass through, recessed male and female XLR’s -Wireworks DT12 is the perfect
breakout box for sports broadcast applications.

DT12 trunks are manufactured with full-sized 22 AWG conductors, providing lower
signal loss, especially in long run cables commonly required in remote sporting
environments. Engineered with Euro-designed cable clamp and strain relief
for added durability, all cables are 100 percent shielded to prevent electrical
interference and cross talk. Road-tough DT12 fan outs are available in
4ft. or 8ft. lengths.

connector XLR contacts are gold-plated to prevent oxidation in outdoor use and
all connector shields are metal to assure strength and longevity.

DT12 Audio Cabling System is designed specifically for the needs of the mobile
sports broadcast community,” states Gerald Krulewicz, president of Wireworks.
“We have combined durability with high-quality workmanship in products that
satisfy broadcasters’ requirements in the most demanding environments.”