RapcoHorizon 5-Pin Active MIDI Cable (5 Foot)
RapcoHorizon 5-Pin MIDI Cable uses the maximum shielding possible to ensure that every bit of your MIDI data is transferred properly. This cable is durable and flexible!
RapcoHorizon 5-Pin MIDI Cable Details
RapcoHorizon MIDI cables are used in the transfer of digital information between musical devices, a keyboard or sequencer for example. Digital information is easier to preserve in signal transfer than analog. RapcoHorizon uses the maximum shielding to assure that each bit of information is received in good condition.
RapcoHorizon 5-Pin MIDI Cable Features
- (4) 24 gauge center conductors
- Utilizing a serve shield process for quiet operation yielding maximum flexibility
- Matte jacket PVC material is very flexible yet durable with very low memory
- Pure copper conductor and shield
- Individually tested for performance and quality
- All RapcoHorizon cable assemblies carry a full limited lifetime warranty to the original purchaser against defect in materials and workmanship.
RapcoHorizon 5-Pin MIDI Cable Specifications
- Cable: MIDI.K
- Conductor Gauge: (4) 24 gauge
- Shield: Bare annealed copper serve
- Shield Coverage: 95%
- Jacket: Matte PVC
- O.D.: 0.230"
- Capacitance: 46 pF/ft. @ 1 kHz
- Cond.-Shield Capacitance: 57 pF/ft. @ 1 kHz
- Characteristic Impedance: 44Ω NOMINAL
- D.C. Resistance @ 20°C: 44Ω NOMINAL
RapcoHorizon 5-Pin MIDI Cable Downloads
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Gear received in perfect condition. However, the keyboard was a substitute for a Roland BK7M backing arranger and unfortunately did not contain the MIDI setup wizard contained in the BK7M. Front Line Rep Ryan has been more than helpful in my efforts to integrate the keyboard and my Roland V accordion, however the same can't be said for Roland. Despite numerous email requests for help and assurances that I would receive follow ups with help from Roland, I never received any help to resolve the MIDI set up problems. While Roland makes fine instruments, I'd rate their customer service as a "D" at best. Seems like no one at Roland is expert at the MIDI instrument integration process but the most disturbing issue of their customer service is their failure to follow up after assuring the customer of providing follow up help. I've had good experience with their instruments but might consider Hohner the next time I need an instrument purchase and certainly would promote their customer service performance. As for Front Line, Ryan couldn't have done more to help me and contrary to Roland, has responded to all of my email inquiries and concerns promptly and to the best of his ability.