Kopul LMT100 - Low to High Impedance Matching Transformer (1.5')

BH #KOLMT100 • MFR #LMT-100
Kopul
Kopul LMT100 - Low to High Impedance Matching Transformer (1.5')
Key Features
  • Standard XLR to 1/8"
  • For Mono Microphones
The Kopul LMT100 cable simply enables a microphone or mic-level device to be input into a high-impedance 3.5mm mini input found on DSLRs, camcorders, and other devices. It is 1.5' long and has a 3-pin XLR female connector on one end and a standard 3.5mm mini plug on the other. It is designed for use with mono microphones.
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Kopul LMT-100 Overview

The Kopul LMT100 cable simply enables a microphone or mic-level device to be input into a high-impedance 3.5mm mini input found on DSLRs, camcorders, and other devices. It is 1.5' long and has a 3-pin XLR female connector on one end and a standard 3.5mm mini plug on the other. It is designed for use with mono microphones.

Matches low-impedance XLR output to high-impedance 1/8" (3.5mm) audio input
Ideal for plugging professional XLR microphones into DSLRs, camcorders, and other devices with a 1/8˝ microphone input
For use with battery-powered and dynamic microphones
Designed for a mono source, but will split the signal to both channels of a stereo device
UPC: 847628562615

Kopul LMT-100 Specs

ConnectorsXLR to 1/8" (3.5 mm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.19 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.3 x 5.05 x 0.75"
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The LM100 is an impedance matching cable, low to high, while the other is not. If you are connecting to a line level input you will need the impedance matching cable, if you are connecting to a mic level input you will use the less expensive XLR to TRS cable.
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can you recommend a longer cable to work with this adapter?
Asked by: Anonymous
For a longer cable run, you may use a standard XLR cable. You may consider B&H # KOM4025 for a 25' extension.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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can you recommend a longer cable to work with this adapter?
Asked by: Anonymous
Since this is an impedance matching transformer, it would be recommended to use an XLR cable of the length of your choice to connect to the XLR female side in order to extend.
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Date published: 2018-08-28

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I got this cable with the Senn 600 and when plugged into my Canon 80D it only registers on the LEFT channel, is this because of the cable or because the Senn is a mono mic? Do I need to do something else to have it record bother left and right channels, there are no options on the 80D for that, thanks.
Asked by: Scott F.
The LMT-100 is specifically designed for connection of a mono mic to a camera. Audio should be present on both sides using this cable and should have no issues with the Sennheiser or similar mics. We do however generally recommend the Sennheiser brand cable (KA-600). https://bhpho.to/2gPQ0Wn Please contact a Representative here for additional assistance at 800-606-6969.
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if i connect my 100 ohm mic to my dslr 3.5 jack using this transformer, will the recorded sound still have around 100 ohm impedance?
Asked by: Anonymous
This is an impedance matching transformer. It will convert your 100 ohm mic to approx. 2000-3000 ohms to match your cameras mic input. Recorded audio is not measured in impedance, but decibels.
Answered by: Deborah M.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will a whole chain become unbalanced if I use this transformer in the end of line? For instants, Shotgun mic > 25' of xlr balanced cable > this Kopul transformer > regular 3.5 mini Jack input in DLSR. Or unbalanced will be only this short adapter cable in the end?
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Everything up to the transformer will remain balanced.
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Is this really a transformer, or a simple adapter. If a transformer, what is the ratio?
Asked by: Anonymous
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