Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')

Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')

Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')

B&H # KOXRSM03 MFR # XRSM-03
Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')

Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')

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  • Gold-Plated 1/8" Connector
  • Rean XLR Connector with Strain Relief
  • Copper Spiral Shielding
  • 24 AWG
  • Reduces EMI, RFI, and Static Noise
  • 3' Cable Length
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The 3' XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable from Kopul is engineered to provide protection against EMI, RFI, and static noise. It features a gold-plated 1/8" (3.5mm) right-angle stereo mini-plug connector with molded strain relief and a 3-pin XLR-F connector with a chuck-style strain relief by Rean. The XRSM cable is built with a 24-gauge OFC (oxygen-free conductor), copper spiral shielding, and has PE insulation, which produces a quiet cable with good conductivity ensuring a clean transfer of the audio signals.

Shielding
The copper spiral shielding provides more than 90% coverage and offers superb rejection of radio frequency (RF) and electromagnetic (EM) interference
Conductivity
24-gauge oxygen-free copper (OFC) conductors and polyethylene insulation offer excellent conductivity for a good transfer of audio signal
Connectors
Studio-quality gold-plated 1/8" (3.5mm) right-angle stereo mini-plug connector and a female XLR connector provides clear signal transfer
Strain Relief
The Rean XLR connector with chuck-style strain relief and the molded strain relief of the mini-plug connector create a durable cable
UPC: 847628585867
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Kopul XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3')
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    • 1Description
    Connector 1 3-pin XLR female
    Connector 2 1/8" (3.5 mm) right-angle stereo mini-plug
    Cable Gauge 24 AWG
    Shielding Copper spiral shielding with > 90% coverage
    Conductor Oxygen-free copper
    Temperature Rating 176°F (80°C)
    Voltage 30 V
    Dielectric (Insulation) FPE (foam polyethylene) 0.035" / 0.9 mm OD
    Outer Diameter 0.2" (4.3 mm)
    Length 3' (0.91 m)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.0 x 5.5 x 1.0"
    XRSM 3-Pin XLR Female to 3.5mm RA Stereo Mini-Plug Cable (3') is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT good for mono mic to camcorder, DSLR or audio recorder This cable is well-built, and the 90-degree mini connector is convenient for keeping the cable out of the way and reducing strain on the input jack. BUT! This cable does not create a mono-compatible signal. When using this cable to connect a mono microphone to the stereo audio input of a camcorder, or DSLR, or audio recorder, it creates a stereo signal with the right and left channels 180 degrees out-of-phase. The resulting stereo recording will sound (relatively) normal when played back in stereo, but when played in mono, the left and right channels cancel one another out, and the sound disappears completely. Even if the ultimate use will be stereo, out-of-phase audio can be problematic, and shouldn't be used. The problem can be addressed in the editing process by splitting the stereo audio file into two mono files and simply deleting one of them, and only using the left or right channel, panned to the center. But the phase problem is easy to miss when monitoring in stereo, and may only be noticed later in the production process when it's difficult, or impossible to fix. A stereo mix using audio recorded with this cable might sound acceptable, but a mono version (for a podcast or internet stream, for instance) will have silence where this out-of-phase audio is. Additionally, simply checking your audio in the field on a device's built-in speaker, which is often mono, will be impossible: although audio has been recorded, and you'll even see the level meters bouncing, you'll hear nothing on a mono monitor speaker. I'm not sure what situations would call for a cable that results in the left and right channels being 180 degrees out-of-phase. For most field recording situations, this is potentially trouble, so this cable should be avoided.
    Date published: 2016-03-08
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