Hosa Technology Camcorder Microphone Cable (Right Angled XLR Female)

BH #HOCCTRAX3F15 • MFR #MXM-015RS
Hosa Technology
Hosa Technology Camcorder Microphone Cable (Right Angled XLR Female)
Key Features
  • 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS Connector
  • Right Angle Neutrik XLR Female Connector
  • Length - 15' (4.57m)
  • RF Shielded
This Hosa Camcorder Microphone Cable (MXM-015RS) measures 15' in length (4.57m), features a 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS mini connector for camcorder inputs, and a right angled Neutrik 3-pin XLR female connector for microphone outputs.
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Hosa Technology MXM RS Overview

This Hosa Camcorder Microphone Cable (MXM-015RS) measures 15' in length (4.57m), features a 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS mini connector for camcorder inputs, and a right angled Neutrik 3-pin XLR female connector for microphone outputs.

UPC: 728736050372

Hosa Technology MXM RS Specs

Conductor24 AWG x 2 OFC
ConnectorsHosa 1/8" (3.5mm) TRS to Right Angled Neutrik XLR3F
Shielding95% OFC Braid
Length15' (4.57m)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10 x 9.5 x 0.8"
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(1) Can you give the specific pin wiring for this cable? I need pins 2-3-1 of the Neutrik XLR wired respectively to the Tip, Ring, and Sleeve of the mini plug for use with a RED Epic microphone input from standard XLR mic out.(2) Is the angle of the cable out of the Neutrik connector user-adjustable to different positions? I would need the cable to outlet at a counterclockwise right angle to the standard configuration shown in the photo.(3) How flexible is the cable? It appears so thick that it would lack malleability in a 1.5 foot length.
Asked by: Elizabeth L.
The Hosa MXM-001.5RS is wired to the standard, Pin 2 to Tip, Pin 3 to Ring, Pin 1 to Sleeve. The XLR connector is non rotating and oriented according to the photo provided. The conductors are 24 gauge allowing some flexibility in the cable.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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