Canare Cables



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In 1970, Kimio Kawamoto founded Canare in Nagoya, Japan. He took the company name from the river nearby the office, named Kanare River. The company took a major growing-up with innovative microphone cable which is Hi-quality, low noise, variety of colors and smooth, in 1977.

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Canare is known as one of the world's leading brands of professional audio and video cables and accessories, including 75 Ohm BNC, F and RCA Connectors, Patchbays, Cable Reels, Snake Systems, Assemblies, Crimp Tools and Cable Strippers. In 2004 they launched a full line of Optical products.

Today, CEDIA installers use Canare cables to custom fit and custom make cables for their one-off equipment racks. Canare is best known for their "Canare kit" which allows installers to make the exact cable needed for a project without extra length and or excess.

www.canare.com


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