BOYA 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter

BH #BO35CXLRPRO • MFR #35C-XLRPRO
BOYA 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male Adapter with Phantom Power Converter
Key Features
  • Connects Female 3.5mm to Male XLR
  • For Lav/Headset/Shotgun Mics & Wireless
  • Converts Phantom Power to Plug-In Power
  • Threaded 3.5mm TRS Female to XLR Male
The Boya 35C-XLRPRO 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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BOYA 35C-XLRPRO Overview

The Boya 35C-XLRPRO 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.

The 35C-XLRPRO also converts 12 to 48V phantom power down to 3 to 5V plug-in power, allowing lavalier, headset, and shotgun mics to receive power from the XLR connector.

Compact and lightweight, the adapter is terminated by a 3.5mm female TRS connector at one end and an XLR male connector at the other. The 3.5mm connector is threaded to ensure your mic doesn't disconnect during recording.

BOYA 35C-XLRPRO Specs

General
In-Line Accessory TypeMatching Transformer
Input / Output LevelInput: Mic Level
Output: Mic Level
Number of Channels1
Phantom Power ConversionInput Voltage: 12 to 48 V
Output Voltage: 3 to 5 V
Connectivity
I/O1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Female Input
1 x XLR 3-Pin Male Output
Physical
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.085 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.8 x 3.1 x 0.85"
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I want to use this adapter for to connect ...

I want to use this adapter for to connect Sennheiser xsw-d XLR transmitter to plug Lavalier mic (rode lav go or Sennheiser lav me 2 ). Is it possible?
Asked by: Tevfik Fikret
As I understand things, the Sennheiser XSW-d XLR transmitter does not provide phantom power and thus this adapter may not work. This adapter converts phantom power to plug-in power so one can run a plug-in powered mic to a recorder's xlr input.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2021-03-29
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