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Car Audio Makes Some Noise for Sound Quality

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Can a Cable Really do That?

Netwon, Mass. — February, 28 2006 — Pear Cable Corporation, a developer of high-fidelity audio cable products, introduces a car audio speaker cable with a radical new design that promises to elevate vehicle sound quality to new heights.

The Comice Speaker Cable is scientifically proven to deliver faster and more accurate sound than any of the existing car audio speaker cable designs on the market today. How is that possible? Adam Blake, co-founder of Pear Cable, explains:

“One of the key design elements to this cable is the 6-conductor configuration. Instead of using the standard 2-conductor design (1 positive and 1 negative), we have broken the conductors into 6 individual wires. Precisely spaced and aligned with the correct geometry, this allows us to get the inductance of the cable way down. Electrical engineering tells us that the lower the inductance of the speaker cable, the more accurate the music signal will be. With most of the competing car audio speaker cables having fully 3 times higher inductance, there is really no comparison.”

With an increasing number of people who see their vehicles as their primary sound systems, more and more people are investing in car audio. With sound quality being the most important feature to these consumers, the Comice Speaker Cable promises to make some noise with enthusiasts (not literally of course).

Pricing and Availability
Pricing for the Comice Speaker Cable is $7.50 per foot. Available immediately, cables can be purchased from Pear Cable directly or from authorized Pear Cable dealers. Volume discounts are available for new and existing dealers.

About Pear Cable, Inc.
Pear Cable is a manufacturer of high fidelity audio cables for both home and car audio. Using custom designed manufacturing equipment and cutting edge scientific principles, Pear Cable brings quality products to the audio marketplace.

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