Laird Digital Cinema SD-AUD5-01 Right Angle 3.5mm Male to 3-Pin Female Mini XLR TA3F Cable

BH #LASDAUD501 • MFR #SD-AUD5-01
Laird Digital Cinema
Laird Digital Cinema SD-AUD5-01 Right Angle 3.5mm Male to 3-Pin Female Mini XLR TA3F Cable
Key Features
  • 1' (0.3 m) Link Cable
  • For Sound Devices Mixers & Recorders
The Laird Telemedia SD-AUD5-01 Right Angle 3.5mm Male to 3-Pin Female Mini XLR TA3F Cable is designed to connect Sound Devices mixers and recorders to various equipment. The right angle 3.5mm to 3-Pin Mini-XLR TA3F cable is equivalent to Sound Devices XL-3R.
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Laird Digital Cinema SD-AUD5-01 Overview

The Laird Telemedia SD-AUD5-01 Right Angle 3.5mm Male to 3-Pin Female Mini XLR TA3F Cable is designed to connect Sound Devices mixers and recorders to various equipment. The right angle 3.5mm to 3-Pin Mini-XLR TA3F cable is equivalent to Sound Devices XL-3R.

Laird Digital Cinema SD-AUD5-01 Specs

Applications552, 442, MixPre-D, MixPre, or 7-Series TAPE OUT (3.5 mm) to 442 or 302 MIX IN (TA3)
788T 5, 6 output (3.5 mm) to 552 or 442 RTN B (TA3)
302, 442, or 552 MIX OUT (TA3) to 552 or 442 RTN B (3.5 mm)
302, 442, or 552 MIX OUT (TA3) to 302 RTN / 4, 5 input (3.5 mm)
302, 442, or 552 MIX OUT (TA3) to MixPre-D or MixPre TAPE RTN (3.5 mm)
302, 442, or 552 MIX OUT (TA3) to HX-3 STEREO / LOOP IN (3.5 mm)
MixPre-D ST UNBAL MIC OUT (TA3) to 3.5 mm mic-level input on some consumer video cameras (Canon 5D, etc.)
Length1' (0.3 m)
Weight0.1601 lb (0.07 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 3.9 x 1.4"
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Does it send a stereo signal via the 3.5mm trs ...

Does it send a stereo signal via the 3.5mm trs end? Most of cable I found only send mono and are used for IFB systems. I need a cable that to send stereo from a mixer (Ta3f) to camera(3.5). Thanks
Asked by: Yifei
The audio signal from the Laird SD-AUD5-01 cable will be dual-mono which means that you will hear the same audio on both the left and right sides. Since you are sending line level output from a mixer to the mic level 3.5mm input on a camera, you should use a level matching cable to pad the mixer's output signal for compatibility with the camera's input. The mixer probably has separate left and right outputs as well. Use the Sescom SES-43DB-# 43 dB Pad DSLR Attenuating Line to Mic Level Cable - 18" (B&H # SES43DBMZ2XJ) on the camera end which is Y-cable with a 3.5mm TRS male connector to dual standard XLR 3-pin male and combine it with a pair of Laird Digital Cinema TA3F 3-Pin Female Mini-XLR to 3-Pin XLR Male Cable - 2 Pack, 10' (B&H # LASDAUD210) to connect from the mixer's left and right TA3 outputs. The end result will be a Y-cable with line-to-mic attenuation to send the left and right TA3 outputs from the mixer to the camera's 3.5mm mic input. Please contact us by phone or through live chat on the website if you would like further assistance.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-01-10
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