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Rode SC11 Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Y-Splitter Cable (10.9")

BH #ROSC11 • MFR #SC11
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Rode SC11 Right-Angle 3.5mm TRS Y-Splitter Cable (10.9")
Key Features
  • Connects Two Mono Outs to a Stereo Input
  • 2 TRS Plugs for Microphones/Receivers
  • TRS Plug for Camera Input
  • Keeps Input Sources on Separate Channels
The 10.9" long Rode SC11 is a TRS Y-splitter cable designed for connecting the mono outputs of two devices such as camera-mount microphones or wireless receivers to the stereo input of a mirrorless camera, DSLR, or camcorder. It is wired to send each connected source to a separate channel rather than summing them to mono.
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Rode SC11 Overview

The 10.9" long Rode SC11 is a TRS Y-splitter cable designed for connecting the mono outputs of two devices such as camera-mount microphones or wireless receivers to the stereo input of a mirrorless camera, DSLR, or camcorder. It is wired to send each connected source to a separate channel rather than summing them to mono.

It features two right-angle 3.5mm TRS plugs for your mics/receivers and one right-angle plug for your camera input. The SC11 can be paired with the separately available Rode DCS-1 dual cold shoe mount to create a straightforward and effective solution for mounting and cabling two mics or receivers atop your camera.

  • High-quality shielded cable
  • 10.9" overall length
  • 6" memory cable section
  • 3.8" flex cable section
  • Black end records to the left channel, red end records to the right
  • Compatible with the cable management slots in the Rode SM7-R and DCS-1 mounts
UPC: 698813006922

Rode SC11 Specs

Interface
Connector 11 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Right-Angled
Connector 22 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Right-Angled
Electrical
ShieldedYes
General
Cable Length10.94" / 27.8 cm
Weight0.42 oz / 12 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.9 x 2.2 x 1"
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