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Remote Audio XLR-F to TA5-F 18" Mic Level, BDS Compatible Lectrosonics Cable - For Use with Balanced XLR Outputs

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Remote Audio XLR-F to TA5-F 18" Mic Level, BDS Compatible Lectrosonics Cable - For Use with Balanced XLR Outputs
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$37.99

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Remote Audio CALECXL3/5M Overview

This Remote Audio cable is designed to connect an output of a compatible mixer, to the TA5-male (mini 5-pin) input of a Lectrosonics wireless transmitter. The cable is only capable of microphone level signal and features XLR-female and TA5-female connectors. Compatible mixers include the Sound Devices 442, Alphamix, and Wendt X5. It measures 18 inches (457.2mm) in length.

UPC: 810054425786

Remote Audio CALECXL3/5M Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.175 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.85 x 3.15 x 1.55"

Remote Audio CALECXL3/5M Reviews

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By Todd
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-02-12

I have been using my Lectrosonics wireless for many years, it's never let me down, never. I had a Project which required me to boom a client with know practical way to run an XLR Cable back to my main recorder. Coupling this cable, and a Mackie 48v Phantom power injector, I had my favorite MKH 416 Shotgun wirelessly attached to my recorder with No Noise, No Drop Outs, Pro Gear doing it's job!

Well Built Great Cables

By BENNETT S.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2010-10-19

I'm using these cables as wireless hops from my field audio mixer to a video camera. They're well built.

XLR to TA5 cable frees up wireless

By Jim
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2012-11-07

I needed to use an Lectrosonics 400 system with a shotgun on a boom. The XLR to TA5 cable allowed me to use my Lectrosonics wireless system with my shotgun mic. I attached the shotgun mic (Sennheiser 416 (48 volt) to a Sound Devices MM1 then to the Lectrosonics transmitter.

XLR-F to TA5-F Mic Level

By video joop
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-05-17

this cable makes Lectrosonic transmitters the most versatile adaptable system for wireless superb sound. Using these you can hook up the transmitter to virtually all sources of audio, microphones, soundboards, you name it. Don't be caught with out the hook-up.

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What type of power will the XLR end get?
Asked by: Li Jia
The XLR end would receive a line level signal from a balanced XLR output, there would not be any power.
Answered by: David
Date published: 2022-06-09
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