Hosa Technology YXF-101.5 XLR Male to Dual XLR Female Audio Y-Cable (18")

BH #HOYCXM2XF18 • MFR #YXF-101.5
Hosa Technology
Hosa Technology YXF-101.5 XLR Male to Dual XLR Female Audio Y-Cable (18")
Key Features
  • OFC Conductors
  • OFC Spiral Shield
  • Internal Strain Relief
  • XLR Male Connector
The YXF-101.5 from Hosa Technology is an audio Y-cable that is ideal for connecting 2 microphones to a single input on a mixer or recorder. The cable is 18" long and is made of oxygen-free copper for enhanced signal clarity. An OFC spiral shield provides flexibility, as well as effective EMI and RFI rejection. The cable has an XLR male connector at one end and a pair of XLR female connectors at the other. The connectors have internal strain relief for lasting durability.
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Hosa Technology YXF-101.5 Overview

The YXF-101.5 from Hosa Technology is an audio Y-cable that is ideal for connecting 2 microphones to a single input on a mixer or recorder. The cable is 18" long and is made of oxygen-free copper for enhanced signal clarity. An OFC spiral shield provides flexibility, as well as effective EMI and RFI rejection. The cable has an XLR male connector at one end and a pair of XLR female connectors at the other. The connectors have internal strain relief for lasting durability.

Made from oxygen-free copper for enhanced signal clarity
OFC spiral shield provides flexibility, as well as effective EMI and RFI rejection
XLR male connector at one end and a pair of XLR female connectors at the other
Internal strain relief for lasting durability
UPC: 728736049192

Hosa Technology YXF-101.5 Specs

Connector 11 x 3-Pin XLR Male Straight
Connector 22 x 3-Pin XLR Female Straight 
Cable Length18" / 45.72 cm
ShieldingOxygen-Free Copper (OFC) Spiral
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 4 x 1"
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