Audio-Technica CP8306 - Wireless Receiver Output Cable with Impedance Matching Transformer (36")

Audio-Technica CP8306 - Wireless Receiver Output Cable with Impedance Matching Transformer (36")

Audio-Technica CP8306 - Wireless Receiver Output Cable with Impedance Matching Transformer (36")

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Product Highlights

  • For PRO 88W/R Wireless Receiver
  • Plugs in XLR Input of Camera/Mixer
  • Impedance Matching Transformer
  • 3.5mm Mini TS Male to 3-Pin XLR Male
  • Length: 36"
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  • 1Description

The 36" Audio-Technica CP8306 is a cable specifically designed for connecting the output of the PRO 88W/R wireless receiver to the XLR input of a camera, mixer, recorder, and more. It features a high-to-low impedance matching transformer which reduces radio-frequency interference, and helps preserve the quality of your audio.

The cable is equipped with a 3.5mm mini TS male connector on one end, and a 3-pin XLR male connector on the other.

  • Cable specifically designed for connecting the output of the PRO 88W/R wireless receiver to the XLR input of a camera, mixer, recorder, and more
  • Impedance matching transformer reduces radio frequency interference and helps preserve the quality of your audio
  • 3.5mm mini TS male to 3-pin XLR male
  • Length: 36"
UPC: 042005107797
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Audio-Technica CP8306 - Wireless Receiver Output Cable with Impedance Matching Transformer (36")
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Compatibility PRO 88W/R wireless receiver
    Connector 1 1/8" / 3.5 mm mini TS, male
    Connector 2 3-pin XLR male
    Cable Unbalanced
    Length 36" / 0.9 m, approximately
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.15 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 2.6 x 1.0"
    CP8306 - Wireless Receiver Output Cable with Impedance Matching Transformer (36") is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 38.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok, but not correct cable needed The seem a little cheaply made. And turned out they weren't the correct cable needed. The product description is a little vague to what the actual product packaging has. It is actually a Mono to a balanced XLR. It is likely as it says only for the PRO 88W receiver. So don't get it unless you have same set up or that receiver. Audio Technica confirmed they didn't have a cable adapter for their System 10 yet.
    Date published: 2015-03-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Adapter Cable 'Just what I needed' January 2, 2014 This CP8306 Adapter Cable that goes from an 1/8th inch pin to a three-pronged connector was just what I needed for my recenly-purchased Audio-Technica lapel mic to my SONY HDAXR 2000 video camera. I am quite glad to now have this adapter and intend to use it frequently. Care must be taken to avoid having the cable get in front of the camera while shooting, but other than this, I don't think there are any precautions necessary for successful use. I highly endorse this product for anyone who needs something similar.
    Date published: 2014-01-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Useful unbalanced adapter from AT I generally prefer to use only balanced audio cabling when I can, but let's face it, there are occasions when some piece of equipment or another doesn't have a balanced connector available (such as the AT 88W wireless microphones for example). This quality constructed cable adapts those outputs to a transformer controlled and matched XLR cable connector, making the use of the non-balanced item a piece of cake. These are well made, and belong in anyone's field audio toolkit in my opinion. Highly recommended.
    Date published: 2008-04-30
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from CP8306 Adapter Cable Seems to work just fine for me. I use this for product demonstration videos and training films. The distance range is very good but not the 300 ft. it advertises. Good product for the money.
    Date published: 2012-06-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from The Pro 88 W is better than this adapter I recently got a Sony EV50 camcorder that has only XLR inputs. I built a capacitor-isolated adapter cable to connect my Audio-Technica Pro 88 W to the Sony's balanced input. It worked fine, but I thought keeping the input balanced with a transformer (as in the CP8306) would be even better. Wrong. There is an obvious loss of bass response when used with this adapter. I confirmed the same result on an audio mixer with both balanced and unbalanced inputs. The Pro 88W sounded great through the unbalanced input but thin and tinny through this adapter. It will work in a pinch, and may be better if there is a long run of cable between the Pro 88 W receiver and the camera, but I would not recommend it when cables can be kept short. I'd suggest another solution that doesn't degrade the sound quality of the Pro 88 W.
    Date published: 2012-12-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a cable. And it conducts electricity in some magical way that makes sound on my TV shows. This magical device works with or without pixie dust.
    Date published: 2015-01-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Get the Job Done Work well. My only qualm is that the connection from the XLR pins to the cable seems a bit flimsy.
    Date published: 2011-03-16
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as Advertised A short XLR cable that connects the Pro 88W to XLR inputs. Simple product for a simple job. Works wonderfully for it. I mount the 88W receiver to the shoe on my DVX-100, so the cable is a little long for the short distance to the XLR inputs, but it's much better than a cable too short. I use a twist tie to wrangle the remaining cable into a tidy bunch then all is well. Great product.
    Date published: 2012-07-23
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