Sescom TRRS to XLR Microphone & 3.5mm Monitoring Jack Cable for Select iPhone/iPod/iPad (1')

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Sescom TRRS to XLR Microphone & 3.5mm Monitoring Jack Cable for Select iPhone/iPod/iPad (1')
Key Features
  • Connects Device to an XLR Microphone
  • Wide-Ranging Compatibility
  • Utilize Audio Recording Apps
  • Phantom Power Blocking
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This 1' TRRS to XLR Microphone & 3.5mm Monitoring Jack Cable from Sescom lets you connect a professional XLR microphone to your iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Blackberry and take advantage of the many apps designed for audio recording on a Smartphone. This well-built cable features phantom power blocking and impedance matching components. The cable also provides a headphone monitoring tap for critical applications like field reporting and assignments for news gathering professionals.
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Sescom IPHONE-MIC-1 Overview

This 1' TRRS to XLR Microphone & 3.5mm Monitoring Jack Cable from Sescom lets you connect a professional XLR microphone to your iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Blackberry and take advantage of the many apps designed for audio recording on a Smartphone. This well-built cable features phantom power blocking and impedance matching components. The cable also provides a headphone monitoring tap for critical applications like field reporting and assignments for news gathering professionals.

Cable Features

  • Easily connect a professional XLR microphone to your iPhone, iPod, or Blackberry
  • Take advantage of the many apps designed for audio recording on a Smartphone
  • Phantom power blocking and impedance matching components
  • Features headphone monitoring tap

Wide-Ranging Compatibility

Apple:
iPhone 3G/3GS/4S/4/4s/5/5c/5s/6/6 Plus/6s/6s Plus/SE, iPad, iPod (except early generation models with recessed headset jacks)

Blackberry:
8110, 8120, 8130, 8220, 8230, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330, 8520, 8900, 9000, 9500, 9530, 9630, 9700

LG:
en VTouch, LG Chocolate 3 (VX8560), LG AX585, UX585 Rhythm, LG AX840 Tritan, LG Incite CT810, LG VX11000 enV Touch, LG VX8560 Chocolate 3 Series, LG VX9700 Dare Series

Motorola:
A455 Rival, ROKR E8, EM330/ EM28, KRAVE ZN4 Cell, Q Phone PDA, QA1 Karma, QA30 Hint, ROKR E2, ROKR Z6, MOTO VE440, ZINE ZN5, Rockr E8, Razr VE20

Nokia:
5130, 5310, 5800, 7610, E63, E75, N91, N95

Others:
HTC Android / Desire / Hero / Incredible, Nexus One, Palm Pre, Palm Pixi, Palm Treo PRO 850, Garmin Nuvifone, T-Mobile Danger Sidekick 2007/2008/2009, Microsoft Xbox 360,Nokia 5310 XpressMusic, Sharp Sidekick Sidekick 2008 / Sidekick LX, Nextel i856, HP 6315/ Compaq iPAQ 6300

Sescom IPHONE-MIC-1 Specs

Length1' (30 cm)
Connector 11 x 3.5 mm TRRS phone plug
Connector 21 x XLR
1 x 3.5 mm phone jack
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.8 x 3.8 x 1.3"
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My mic is a Stereo XLR condenser mic that requires phantom power to work, so this is the adapter that will allow it to record with my macbook?
Asked by: McKenna H.
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Will this work with my Macbook Pro?
Asked by: McKenna H.
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Will this work with other phones - a Samsung Galaxy for example? Also, I just need a simple mic to go with it. Any recommendations?
Asked by: Anonymous
I have used it successfully with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4. I actually use it as a back up telephone interface for live events so I always have it patched into an audio console and it has come in handy on more than one occasion when a hotel provided phone line has dropped out.
Answered by: marques m.
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Will this work with an iPhone 6?
Asked by: John R.
Truthfully I haven't tried it on the iPhone 6 yet. But I don't see why it wouldn't work because the audio jack is the same in the new iPhone 6 as it was in the previous iPhones and the iPad. They've only moved the placement of it. I hope that helps.
Answered by: MICHAEL J M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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