The Whirlwind WHH4NL 3.5 Line-to-Microphone Attenuator Cable measures 1' (30.48cm) long and is specifically designed to connect the line outputs on portable recording devices (such as the Zoom H4N and Zoom H1), to the microphone inputs on HDSLR cameras. The cable features -25dB of attenuation and a right angled connection at the camera's end for added convenience.
- Line Output to Mic Input DSLR Cable
- -25dB Attenuation
- Right Angled & Straight 1/8" (3.5mm)
- Measures 1' (30.48cm) Long
Whirlwind WHH4NL3.5 Overview
Whirlwind WHH4NL3.5 Specs
|Connector 1||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Straight|
|Connector 2||1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Male Right Angle|
|Number of Conductors||2|
|Package Weight||0.06 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5 x 3.5 x 0.5"|
Whirlwind WHH4NL3.5 Reviews
You need this to feed a line-level signal to Lumix cameras.
It works. 'nuff said!
Great Sony OEM replacement
With the FCC about to shut down the thousands of dollars worth of UHF professional mics I have, I took a chance on the new Sony Bluetooth offerings from B&H. After finding NO interference in either midtown Manhattan or downtown Washington, DC, I wanted some spare attenuated cables to use from my four Sony Bluetooth mic receivers to (a splitter to) my camera. Since Sony doesn't sell parts direct, I tried this from a trusted supplier (B&H), and it works great. Don't need to replace the Sony OEM cable in early going, but nice to have this back-up in my kit!
Seems flawless so far.
The quality is superior to the other cables I've ever used. I feel more confident with it connecting my Zoom H5 to my 5D mk4 camera
Solid Cable that is an upgrade over others
I heard the right cable was important to get the quality sound from a TASCAM unit into the GH4 and this cable has done the best so far.
Works perfectly attenuating the line level output from my audio interface to mic level for input into my camcorder. Great quality sound directly from my mics, by passing the lousy mic on the camcorder.
Essential for Sony camcorders
This cable is essential for inputting audio to the mic jack on many Sony camcorders. My church uses a Sony camera to encode audio/video for streaming during the COVID crisis, and this allowed us to get quality audio from external mics to the camera with little hassle.
Does what it should
I use this to convert a line out from my stereo into a Tascam DR-07X for digital recording. It works fine for that, although the signal sometimes still seems just a little hot. Overall, though, a small but essential tool that does what it should. It seems to be well made as well. I was wondering if I could figure out which end was which. It was clearly marked.
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