Remote Audio Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable XLR3F to TA5F for Lectrosonics Transmitters (3')

Remote Audio Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable XLR3F to TA5F for Lectrosonics Transmitters (3')

Remote Audio Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable XLR3F to TA5F for Lectrosonics Transmitters (3')

B&H # RECALECXL36 MFR # CALECXL3/5L36
Remote Audio Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable XLR3F to TA5F for Lectrosonics Transmitters (3')

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  • For Lectrosonics Transmitters
  • BDS Compatible
  • 3' Length
  • 22 kOhms Inline Resistor
  • Canare Cable
  • Neutrik Connectors
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The Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable from Remote Audio features a 3-pin XLR female connector on one end and a TA5F connector at the other. It can be used with Lectrosonics transmitters for audio applications as an interconnect cable from mixers, instruments, and more. In addition, it is BDS compatible. It is built with Canare, Neutrik, and Remote Audio brand components, and also includes a 22 kOhms inline resistor, which provides more signal headroom. The length of the cable is 3' (91.4 cm).

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Remote Audio Unbalanced Line Level Adapter Cable XLR3F to TA5F for Lectrosonics Transmitters (3')
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Connector 1 3-pin XLR female
    Connector 2 TA5F
    Length 3' (91.4 cm)
    Inline Resistor 22 kOhms
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 2.4 x 1.6"

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