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Hosa XVM-105M Right-Angle 3.5 mm TRS to XLR3M Microphone Cable, 5 feet
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- This Hosa Stereo Mini Angled Male to XLR Male Cable can be used to connect the stereo output of portable CD Player, Walkman, Camcorder, etc., to a single XLR line input on a mixing console.
- Sums Left and Right Stereo signals to a single mono feed.
- Size: 3.5mm
- 5 Feet cable
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- Length: 5 feet
- Connectors: Right-angle 3.5 mm TRS to XLR3M
Hosa XVM105M Microphone Cable
Right-angle 3.5 mm TRS to XLR3M
This cable is designed to a connect a microphone with a mini stereo phone output to an XLR input. It is ideal for connecting a shotgun mic to a pro DV camera.
Hosa Technology, Inc. is the top choice for premium cables, adaptors, and other audio and video accessories. As the leading supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical instrument, broadcast, theater, and professional audio/video industries, our products are manufactured to meet or exceed the demands of today’s professional.
- XLR connector with internal strain relief for rugged reliability.
- Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) conductor for enhanced signal clarity.
- OFC spiral shield for effective EMI and RFI rejection and flexibility.
The XVM100M Series cables are great for connecting the stereo output of portable CD Player, Walkman, Camcorder, etc., to a single XLR line input on a mixing console. Sums Left and Right Stereo signals to a single mono feed.
Top Customer Reviews
Sadly, I had to return them because when I plugged them in, my audio levels dropped drastically. Like 80% drastically.
I cranked the levels to 11 but the audio was still too low to use. This happened with both cables. Weird...
Otherwise, the package arrived quickly and the build quality seems acceptable, but with the audio levels this low, I couldn't keep them.
When recording legal video depositions, I've had an ongoing issue with how to properly record participants who join a deposition via video conference. My solution before was to put an XLR microphone near the speakers, which is a low-tech solution for this issue.
With this XLR adapter, I can plug in this cable to my mixer (as a line connection) and plug the other side into anything 3.5mm compatible. This includes TVs, computers, tablets, and more. I get great quality sound recorded on the record, and setup is a breeze.
This product has a multitude of applications beyond what I use it for, but long story short it's a great adapter for all types of usage.
Thus when I saw this one for a good price, I didn't even hesitate. Two clicks and I had it on the way.
Works like its suppose to, absolutely no problems.
This cable is wired for a balanced xlr input into the sound board so you actually get a mono sound. If I remember correctly, connections coming from 1/8 jack to xlr are as follows: sleeve to pin 1 and 2, (ground); ring and tip to pin 3. See attached picture.
In my case, I was using xlr only as a carrier in the snake (those are the only open ports I had), so I opened up the xlr connector on this cable and re-soldered the wires, pin 1 to ground (sleeve), pin 2 to tip (left channel), pin 3 to ring (right channel); See the second picture. On the other end of the snake I had a 1/4 stereo jack so I was actually carrying the stereo signal all the way to the sound board from the stage just had an xlr connection in the middle of the whole thing. Tested, all worked great.
Even though the product was not built to be used in the way I use it, it is definitely with universal connector that is easy to open up and modify or solder a new one/different one if you need it.
Definitely a recommended product and the company for that matter
Feels solid, not the beefiest cable i own, but really as beefy as it needs to be. The thickness of the cable is adequate for such a length and i don't detect any interference. The connectors also both feel fairly well made and not flimsy.
Right angle vs Strait connector
Depends on your specific use and in my case the right angle is much preferred. Depends on how the cable may be bumped/pushed/etc... The angle connector is flat on this cable, so it works very well up against any flat surface(like if you pressed it up against a wall) I can also imagine if you're using a mixer inside a field bag, an angle connector would likely be a better idea (obviously depends on the bag)
5' is just right for my use, i originally got the 10' but it left too much slack. The upside to the shorter cable is that you can get just about any variation of xlr cable to extend it if needed.
Great quality at a great price!