Rode SC7 3.5mm Right-Angle TRS to 3.5mm Right-Angle TRRS Coiled Adapter Cable for Smartphone

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Rode SC7 3.5mm Right-Angle TRS to 3.5mm Right-Angle TRRS Coiled Adapter Cable for Smartphone
Key Features
  • Connects Mic to Smartphone/Tablet
  • For Use with Shotgun & Wireless Mics
  • For iOS and Android
  • 3.5mm Male TRS to 3.5mm Male TRRS
The Rode SC7 is a coiled adapter cable that lets you plug a mic or a wireless receiver equipped with a 3.5mm TRS output connector into the 3.5mm TRRS headphone jack of a smartphone or tablet.
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Rode SC7 Overview

The Rode SC7 is a coiled adapter cable that lets you plug a mic or a wireless receiver equipped with a 3.5mm TRS output connector into the 3.5mm TRRS headphone jack of a smartphone or tablet.

The SC7 is compatible with both iOS and Android devices and can be used with Rode microphones and wireless receivers, as well as mics/wireless receivers from other manufacturers.

The cable is terminated with a black 3.5mm TRS right-angled male connector at one end for the mic and a gray 3.5mm TRRS right-angled male connector at the other for the smartphone. The connectors are gold-plated to protect against corrosion.

UPC: 698813003938

Rode SC7 Specs

Connector 11/8" / 3.5 mm, Male TRS, Gold-Plated (Black)
Connector 21/8" / 3.5 mm, Male TRRS, Gold-Plated (Gray)
Dimensions1.2 x 0.4 x 6.7" / 30 x 10 x 170 mm
Weight0.7 oz / 20 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.1 x 2.8 x 2.59"
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