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Sescom Dual 1/4" Phone Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Plug Line to Microphone Summing Cable (1')

BH #SEIPSUMTS12 • MFR #SES-IPSUMTS12IN
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Sescom Dual 1/4" Phone Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Plug Line to Microphone Summing Cable (1')
Key Features
  • Record to Mobile Device via 3.5mm Jack
  • For Line Level Sources with 1/4" Jacks
  • Blends Left and Right
  • Stereo-to-Mono Mix
Record to your mobile device with the 1' Sescom Dual 1/4" Phone Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Plug Line to Microphone Summing Cable. This cable enables you to take a live feed from a mixing board or any other 1/4"-equipped line level source and record directly to your smartphone or tablet via the 3.5mm headphone jack.
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3'

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Sescom SES-IPSUMTS12IN Overview

Record to your mobile device with the 1' Sescom Dual 1/4" Phone Plug to 3.5mm TRRS Plug Line to Microphone Summing Cable. This cable enables you to take a live feed from a mixing board or any other 1/4"-equipped line level source and record directly to your smartphone or tablet via the 3.5mm headphone jack.

While smartphones typically record the mic input in mono, the 1/8-watt summing resistors blend the left and right stereo channels together, giving you a stereo-to-mono mix that plays back equally in the left and right side of your headphones. An attenuation pad reduces the signal strength to the mic level, and an electrolytic capacitor blocks DC power.

Sescom SES-IPSUMTS12IN Specs

Connector 11 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRRS Male
Connector 22 x 1/4" TS Male
Cable Length12" / 0.3 m
Number of Conductors3
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 4.05 x 0.55"
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Could this split the stereo from Saramonic uwmic into two separate mono channels, then into my Zoom H6?
Asked by: brent
This Sescom Y cable #SES-IPSUMTS12IN will not work for the desired application because the wiring on the 1/8 TRRS is designed for a smartphone mic input and the 1/4 TS leads would force you to plug into the Zoom's line inputs bypassing the mic preamps. Theoretically, you could achieve separation of the two channels via the one stereo output if, and only if the Saramonic provides a true stereo output with each transmitter assigned to either the tip and the ring respectively. A special cable would have to be made featuring a locking TRS 1/8 male connector on one end, and two XLR male leads on the other.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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