Samson 2.5mm to Hirose cW-Style 4-Pin Cable Connector for SE10 and SE50 Earset Microphones (Black)

BH #SASAAD400B • MFR #SAAD400B
Samson 2.5mm to Hirose cW-Style 4-Pin Cable Connector for SE10 and SE50 Earset Microphones (Black)
Key Features
  • For Audio-Technica cW-Style Wireless Bodypack Transmitters
The black Samson 2.5mm to Hirose cW-Style 4-Pin Cable Connector for SE10 and SE50 Earset Microphones converts the cable's 2.5mm TRS connector to a Hirose 4-pin connector and makes the microphone compatible with Audio-Technica wireless bodypack transmitters equipped with a cW-style input connector.
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Samson SAAD400B Overview

The black Samson 2.5mm to Hirose cW-Style 4-Pin Cable Connector for SE10 and SE50 Earset Microphones converts the cable's 2.5mm TRS connector to a Hirose 4-pin connector and makes the microphone compatible with Audio-Technica wireless bodypack transmitters equipped with a cW-style input connector.

UPC: 809164009924

Samson SAAD400B Specs

Interface
Connector 11 x 2.5 mm TRS Female
Connector 21 x Lockable 4-Pin Hirose cW-Style Female
General
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3 x 1.6 x 0.2"
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question

Will this work with a 3.5mm MONO lav mic? (the mics listed have stereo 3.5mm plugs)
Asked by: Bryan
Hi Brian, First off, the short answer to your question is: no.The explanation is as follows:The Tip, Ring, Shield (TRS) connection on this adapter is a threaded 2.5mm TRS. The 3.5 mm spec listed in the description refers to the threads not the actual jack. If your mic module uses a 3.5 TR plug, then it simply will not fit.While the connector may only use two of the four possible pins, the polarity would need to be correct for the mic to work. It is likely that the mic module you are using is a condenser and would need to be connected correctly for the mic to work. Reversing the polarity could damage the mic.Please refer to Audio Technica's site for the actual pin out for the Hirose connector. They list several configurations and may be different for the specific module you are using. It also would be wise to check the website for the mic manufacture. Manufactures will usually provide pinouts for their products.If you do a Google search for hirose pin 4 pin audio technica pin out you should get a result that will direct you to the AT site.One solution would be to purchase a Hirose 4 pin connector and solder the connector to your mic.This has its problems.1) the cable for the mic is usually very small and will require SERIOUS soldering skills to get it right.2) the strain relief available on connector typically does not work for cables less than 4mm diameter. -- My headset cable is about 2mm dia. Soldering the cable into the connector is not sufficient to ensure the cable will not pull out of the connector. Strain relief is essential and a custom solution would need to be fabricated. 3) once modified, the mic will be dedicated to the AT connector.A better solution would be to bite the bullet and buy the mic module with the correct connector on it.This would give you the assurance that the solder job and strain relief will not fail at a critical moment. B&H has a large offering of modules that will likely fit your application.Bob H
Answered by: Robert H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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