Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Right-Angle Coiled Unbalanced Cable (8", Black)

BH #CACTG3CC8U • MFR #CT-G3CC-8U
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Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Right-Angle Coiled Unbalanced Cable (8", Black)
Key Features
  • For Sennheiser EK 100 G3/G4 Receivers
  • 8" Cable Length
  • 3.5mm TRS Locking Connector
  • 3.5mm TRS Jack
The 8" black 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Right-Angle Coiled Unbalanced Cable from Cable Techniques is an unbalanced audio cable with a 3.5mm TRS locking connector on one end, and a 3.5mm TRS jack on the other. It is designed for use with Sennheiser EK 100 G3/G4 wireless receivers and DSLR cameras, as it features a built-in -35 dB pad for safe input levels. It is also compatible with most devices that have matching connectors.
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Cable Techniques 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Right-Angle Coiled Unbalanced Cable (8", Black)

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Cable Techniques CT-G3CC-8U Overview

The 8" black 3.5mm TRS to 3.5mm TRS Right-Angle Coiled Unbalanced Cable from Cable Techniques is an unbalanced audio cable with a 3.5mm TRS locking connector on one end, and a 3.5mm TRS jack on the other. It is designed for use with Sennheiser EK 100 G3/G4 wireless receivers and DSLR cameras, as it features a built-in -35 dB pad for safe input levels. It is also compatible with most devices that have matching connectors.

The cable is made from durable components, ideal for the demands of field recording.

  • For Sennheiser EK 100 G3/G4 wireless receivers
  • 8" cable length
  • 3.5mm TRS locking connector to 3.5mm TRS
  • Unbalanced

Cable Techniques CT-G3CC-8U Specs

CompatibilitySennheiser EK 100 G3/G4 wireless receivers
Most devices with matching connectors
Connector 13.5 mm (1/8") TRS phone jack (locking)
Connector 23.5mm TRS
CableUnbalanced
Length8 to 14" / 20.3 to 35.6 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.6 x 2.2 x 0.3"
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