Patented stereo-TRS and mono input jacks have two contact points offering less resistance and powerful hold
FLUSHING, MI – February 28, 2019 – (GuitarPR) – Analysis Plus, the developer and manufacturer of high-end cables featuring their patented hollow-oval design, has introduced the new QiJack Stereo-TRS and QiJack Mono input jacks that leap far ahead of anything else on the market.
The old style standard input jack, a 60-year old design, has only one contact point which becomes sloppy and weak over time. The QiJack is as rugged as they get and has two contact points for tip, ring and sleeve (if TRS) for lower contact resistance giving you an extremely powerful hold. Even after many insertions, the spring force stays strong.
The QiJack eliminates the weak link in the chain. The secret is the patented rings which expand into an oval shape to offer a consistent grip on the plug, reducing contact resistance for the optimal sound.
“You wouldn’t put bicycle tires on a Ferrari and you wouldn’t want any other jack between you and your music. The QiJack is simply the best input jack you can buy. It’s the Farrari of input jacks,” said company president, Mark Markel.
To see the QiJack Stereo-TRS in action, watch this video:
To see the QiJack Mono in action, watch this video:
About Analysis Plus
Founded in 1992, Analysis Plus is a scientific research and design company now focused primarily on the music and pro-audio industries. They are known for their high-end patented cables preferred by musicians and technicians that demand the best, including the likes of John Mayer, Kenny Loggins, Hunter Hayes, Richard Bona, Jake Shimabukuro and more.
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