Kopul Stereo Right-Angle 1/8" Male Mini-Jack to XLR Male Cable (1')

BH #KORSMXM01 • MFR #RSMXM-01
Kopul
Kopul Stereo Right-Angle 1/8" Male Mini-Jack to XLR Male Cable (1')
Key Features
  • Plug MP3 Player or PC into Mixer or PA
  • Plug Wireless Receiver into Mixer or PA
  • Copper Spiral Shielding Reduces Noise
  • 24 AWG OFC Conductors with PE Insulation
The 1' Kopul Stereo Right-Angle 1/8" Male Mini-Jack to XLR Male Cable can connect the line output of devices such as a computer, camera, smartphone, wireless receiver, or MP3 player to the XLR input of a mixer, PA system, audio recorder, or camcorder. It merges both channels of the stereo output from your playback device into a mono signal for connection to an XLR input.
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Kopul RSMXM Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Copper Spiral Shielding
  • 3Conductivity and Insulation
  • 4Durable Build Quality
  • 5Stereo Mini-Jack
  • 6XLR Connector

The 1' Kopul Stereo Right-Angle 1/8" Male Mini-Jack to XLR Male Cable can connect the line output of devices such as a computer, camera, smartphone, wireless receiver, or MP3 player to the XLR input of a mixer, PA system, audio recorder, or camcorder. It merges both channels of the stereo output from your playback device into a mono signal for connection to an XLR input.

This durable cable is engineered for protection against EMI, RFI, and static noise while maintaining flexibility. The cable features a gold-plated 1/8" (3.5mm) right-angle stereo mini-jack with molded strain relief, and an XLR connector with chuck-style strain relief made by Rean. The 24-gauge OFC conductor, copper spiral shielding, and PE insulation result in a quiet cable with improved conductivity, assuring pure transfer of audio signals.

Copper Spiral Shielding

Copper spiral shielding with more than 90% coverage provides advanced protection against RF and EM interference as well as static noise

Conductivity and Insulation

24 AWG OFC conductors with PE insulation to improve conductivity

Durable Build Quality

PVC jacket provides protection while maintaining flexibility

Stereo Mini-Jack

Gold-plated 1/8" (3.5mm) right-angle stereo mini-jack with molded strain relief will connect to line-output devices such as computers, cameras, smartphones, MP3 players, and wireless receivers

XLR Connector

XLR connector with chuck-style strain relief by Rean will connect to the XLR input of devices such as mixers, PA systems, audio recorders, or camcorders
UPC: 847628588684

Kopul RSMXM Specs

Length1.0' / 0.3 m
Connector 11/8" (3.5 mm) stereo male
Connector 2XLR male
Conductor24 AWG, oxygen-free copper
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.85 x 9.25 x 0.8"
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