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Hosa Technology Impedance Transformer XLR Female Mic Lo-Z to Instrument 1/4" Male Hi-Z

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Hosa Technology
Hosa Technology Impedance Transformer XLR Female Mic Lo-Z to Instrument 1/4" Male Hi-Z
Key Features
  • Matches 200 Ohms to 50 Kilohms
  • Connect a Microphone to a Hi-Z Jack
The Hosa Impedance Transformer XLR Female Mic Low-Z to Instrument 1/4" Male Hi-Z features a Lo-Z female 3-pin XLR input to a Hi-Z male 1/4" phone jack, designed to match 200 ohms to 50 kilohms impedance. It is ideal for connecting a Lo-Z microphone to a Hi-Z instrument jack, matching the impedances. 
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Hosa Technology MIT-435 Overview

The Hosa Impedance Transformer XLR Female Mic Low-Z to Instrument 1/4" Male Hi-Z features a Lo-Z female 3-pin XLR input to a Hi-Z male 1/4" phone jack, designed to match 200 ohms to 50 kilohms impedance. It is ideal for connecting a Lo-Z microphone to a Hi-Z instrument jack, matching the impedances. 

Maximizes signal fidelity when using impedance mismatched gear
Minimizes high-frequency and level loss caused by signal reflections
Eliminates noise and hum caused by an impedance mismatch
UPC: 728736016101

Hosa Technology MIT-435 Specs

ConnectorsInput: XLR 3-Pin Female Output 1/4" TS
Impedance MatchingInput: 200 Ohms Output: 50 Kilohms
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.195 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.65 x 3.95 x 0.75"

Hosa Technology MIT-435 Reviews

Works as intended.

By Steve
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-03-05

Here's the wiring diagram from the packaging.

What an awesome mic at a wonderful price

By Harold David
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2013-05-03

This is a great mic. I just hook it up to my amp to have karaoke night with friends or just brush up on my singing on my own and it was at an amazing price. Thank you so much, B&H!

why pay more and wait forever to get it

By Hammbone51
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2012-01-09

ok,so the product was a couple of lo z transformers that could have been bought locally,but the only thing i could find would have cost twice as much and tax on top of that,these are made well,perform as well as the S&%#E units and cost half as much WITH THE SHIPPING as well as being delivered when they said they would be...CONS, I should have bought the female version,but thats not b&h photo's fault,they sent what I ordered

Great Product! ...

By Knight Director
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2011-03-30

This was exactly what we need to add another line into our sound board. Good deal!

IMPEDENCE TRANSFORMER

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2015-12-28

useful

Does what it says

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2015-01-04

It works fine for me I'm no audiophile, be aware that the output is Hi-Z not line level tho.

Does it's job well.

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-11-26

I purchased this to connect a microphone to an Apogee Jam which is made for guitars and it performed perfectly. Hosa is not a brand that I normally purchase, but the price is nice and this seems to be one of their better made items. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who needs a simple Hi/Lo transformer.

Does exactly what it says

By Anonymous
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-03-23

I use these to convert mic inputs into line level jack ins for recording and monitoring, and they work really well. This means that unless you're using active mics, you don't need an external desk (or 5) to do the job. I love them

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Can this be used to convert an unbalanced mixer ...

Can this be used to convert an unbalanced mixer out to balanced signal?
Asked by: Steve
You are correct, Joseph. This does not create a balanced signal and the output is quite low, similar to mic level on the XLR when inputting line level on the 1/4". Ultimately I found out the destination is line in so I went with an adapter (not transformer or impedance matching) to simply convert the 1/4 to XLR with tip/hot to pin 2.
Answered by: Steve
Date published: 2020-03-05
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