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RODE VXLR+ 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter

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RODE VXLR+ 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter
Key Features
  • Connects 3.5mm Source to XLR Input
  • For Lav/Headset/Shotgun Mics & Wireless
  • Converts Phantom Power to Plug-In Power
  • Threaded 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male
The Rode VXLR+ is an adapter that lets you connect a mic equipped with a 3.5mm TRS connector to the XLR input of a professional camera, recorder, or mixer.
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Is this compatible with balanced or unbalanced ...

Is this compatible with balanced or unbalanced XLR?
Asked by: John
The VXLR+ is designed to convert high voltage phantom power used with pro balanced XLR mic inputs into much lower bias voltage (plug-in power) that is needed by many unbalanced electret condenser mics like lavalier mics and shotgun style camera mics.
Answered by: Lisa S
Date published: 2021-03-25

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Would it work for SmartLav+ to Zoom H6 XLR inputs?
Asked by: Roy
I used this on my Zoom H6 very successfully with a couple of different 2.5v microphones. It works very well!
Answered by: David W.
Date published: 2023-04-14

Will a 3.5mm input plug without threads work with ...

Will a 3.5mm input plug without threads work with the VXLR+?
Asked by: Bob
Yes, a non-threaded 3.5mm input will work with the RODE VXLR+ 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter, the threading is simply for locking connections.
Answered by: Manny C
Date published: 2024-03-31

If I plug a stereo mic to the VXLR+, does it mix ...

If I plug a stereo mic to the VXLR+, does it mix both channels into one mono? Or this just uses one of both stereo channels?
Asked by: Emiliano
If it is a stereo mic it should have two VXLR connectors, one for each channel so you would need two adapters.
Answered by: William
Date published: 2022-11-08

I'd like to use the 9V battery powered Rode ...

I'd like to use the 9V battery powered Rode Videomic (VIDEOMIC-R) to connect with a Zoom PodTrak P4. Will a standard VXLR converter work with that, or do I need this VXLR+ for it? Thanks!
Asked by: Paddling
With 9V battery installed, the standard VXLR converter will work.
Answered by: james
Date published: 2021-03-19

Will this work with the Tram TR50?

Will this work with the Tram TR50?
Asked by: Stan
Hello Stan, I show the TR50 as a XLR connection and therefore it would not. If there is a TR50 available with a 3.5mm TRS connector then yes, this will work for you.
Answered by: Ryan w/ RØDE
Date published: 2020-02-04

Can this convert unbalanced TRS to balanced XLR?

Can this convert unbalanced TRS to balanced XLR?
Asked by: Tom
This adapter will not balance the microphone signal. You can use it to connect stereo 3.5mm wired microphones to XLR inputs. This version does have a transformer balanced output: https://bhpho.to/2WQbqxK
Answered by: Jordan K
Date published: 2021-10-07

Can this be used as an adapter for PA's or DJ's ...

Can this be used as an adapter for PA's or DJ's desks into a XLR input on a recorder?
Asked by: Ashton
The Rode VXLR+ 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter is typically used to adapt microphones with 3.5mm wiring to XLR inputs, however this adapter could presumably work in the same manner with a line level 3.5mm connection from a DJ deck into a line level XLR input on a recorder.
Answered by: Matt Z
Date published: 2022-03-16
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