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Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter for Sound Devices (24")

BH #CACTP35RX224 • MFR #CT-P35RUX-224
Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter for Sound Devices (24")
Key Features
  • For Sound Devices 633, 664, 688, 552
  • Stereo Breakout Cable for Tape Output
  • Color-Coded XLR Connectors
  • Unbalanced Connection
The 24" Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter for Sound Devices is an unbalanced stereo breakout cable designed to connect the 3.5mm tape output of a Sound Devices 633, 664, 688, and 552 to the XLR inputs of a mixer or other pro-audio gear. The cable is terminated with a 3.5mm TRS right-angled male at one end and dual, color-coded 3-pin XLR male connectors at the other.
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Cable Techniques CT-P35RUX-224 Overview

The 24" Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter for Sound Devices is an unbalanced stereo breakout cable designed to connect the 3.5mm tape output of a Sound Devices 633, 664, 688, and 552 to the XLR inputs of a mixer or other pro-audio gear. The cable is terminated with a 3.5mm TRS right-angled male at one end and dual, color-coded 3-pin XLR male connectors at the other.

Cable Techniques CT-P35RUX-224 Specs

Type
Y-cable
Connector 1
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS male, right angle
Connector 2
2 x XLR-3 male
Connection
Unbalanced
Wiring
Tip = L, Ring = R
Length
24" / 0.6 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
6 x 4.5 x 0.4"

Cable Techniques CT-P35RUX-224 Reviews

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question

Does this take the left and right channels from the 3.5mm source and send each separately to the XLR connectors, so that one of the XLRs will be the left channel and the other the right channel?
Asked by: Shaun K.
Correct - the left and right stereo signals are split.
Answered by: Mark S.
Date published: 2019-09-02

Can this be used to go from the XLR outputs on a ...

Can this be used to go from the XLR outputs on a mixer board to the rode wireless go 2 TX unit inputs
Asked by: ronald
I'm sorry, but the Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter that you asked about would not allow you to output from a mixer into a wireless transmitter. Most mixers will have XLR male outputs, so you will need female XLR connectors on the cable. Additionally, the Rode Wireless Go II transmitter will only accept input from a mic level source. The cable that I am linking below has the correct gendered connectors, and also has a built in attenuator to lower line level to mic, so that you can successfully send the stereo line signal into the transmitter: https://bhpho.to/3IdRNCf
Answered by: Jordan
Date published: 2022-02-21

will this let me connect my rode wireless go II ...

will this let me connect my rode wireless go II into XLR connections on a mixer to input mics? Fully supported and safe?
Asked by: ronald
Yes, the Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS Right Angle to Two 3-Pin XLR Male Tape Output Y-Cable Adapter for Sound Devices should support the output signal from the receiver in the Rode Wireless GO II System and allow the isolated output of each receiver channel into separate XLR mixer inputs.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-02-21
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