Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 TA3F to XLR-3M Cable for Sound Devices (18")

BH #CACTPTXR18 • MFR #CT-PTXR-18
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Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 TA3F to XLR-3M Cable for Sound Devices (18")
Key Features
  • Use with SD 633, 664, 688, 552, 788T
  • TA3F to XLR-3M Connectors
  • Canare L2E5 Cable
The 18" version of the Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 TA3F to XLR-3M Cable is designed to connect a Sound Devices balanced TA3 output to an XLR 3-pin input. The interconnect is made from Canare L2E5 cable and can be used with devices such as the Sound Devices 633, 644, 688, 552, 788T, and more.
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Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 Overview

The 18" version of the Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 TA3F to XLR-3M Cable is designed to connect a Sound Devices balanced TA3 output to an XLR 3-pin input. The interconnect is made from Canare L2E5 cable and can be used with devices such as the Sound Devices 633, 644, 688, 552, 788T, and more.

Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 Specs

CompatibilityFor Sound Devices balanced TA3 outputs to XLR 3-pin inputs
Use with: 633, 644, 688, 552, 788T, etc
CableCanare L2E5
ConnectorsTA3F to XLR-3M
Length18.0" (45.7 cm)
WeightNot specified by the manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.14 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.4 x 4.65 x 0.85"
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Even though it is not listed in the information for the product, but will this work with the direct outputs of the sound devices 442?
Asked by: Franklin
Yes, the Cable Techniques CT-PTXR-18 cable will work with the TA3 direct outputs of the Sound Devices 442.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2019-12-24

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Does this cable work with Sound Devices product only, or will it also work with an Audio-Technica ATW-R1820 receiver? The use of the Sound Devices name makes me wonder if the wiring is specific to those products.
Asked by: Bill
This cable is not designed specifically for Sound Devices units although it is the most common application. It will work with any device that requires a mini to standard XLR output connection.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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