Rode XLR to 3.5mm Stereo Output Cable for NT4 Fixed X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone

Rode XLR to 3.5mm Stereo Output Cable for NT4 Fixed X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone

Rode XLR to 3.5mm Stereo Output Cable for NT4 Fixed X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone

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The XLR to 3.5mm Stereo Output Cable from Rode Microphones is a stereo mini-jack cable that is designed for use with the NT4 Fixed X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone.

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Rode XLR to 3.5mm Stereo Output Cable for NT4 Fixed X/Y Stereo Condenser Microphone
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    Package Weight 0.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.7 x 3.7 x 0.7"

    Rode NT4 MJ Reviews

    question

    Is this what I need to connect my Azden SGM 1X condenser mic to my sony HDR-CX900 camera 3.5 mm mic input?
    Asked by: Randall M.
    Might just do the trick if the pin count and wiring are the same. It's only $14.95... don't be such a tightwad... roll the dice... live a little! Ya might find one cheaper on ebay though.
    Answered by: Robert L.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    Some of the original mini cables that came from Rode with their NT4 mikes had 12 dB pads built into the XLR5 connector. Does this cable have such pads in it? Or is it just straight wire from XLR to mini? I'm looking for one that doesn't have the resistive pads.
    Asked by: Flawn W.
    I bought this cable as a back-up for the one provided with my Audio-Technica stereo mic, and it's much less efficient, so I suspect that there is an unseen pad in the XLR, or the cable is simply more resistive. I'm returning it -- the signal into my Marantz digital recorder is too low.
    Answered by: Larry M.
    Date published: 2018-08-28

    question

    How long is this cable?
    Asked by: Mark
    Crackling with mini plugs is usually an issue of having Plug-In Power turned on in the recorder. The NT4 mike does not run on Plug-In Power...when you want to connect it with a mini cable you need to power the mike with an internal nine-volt battery. So turn off Plug-In Power on the recorder. You'll get better battery life on your recorder as well! (An alkaline nine volt battery will run the NT4 for about 400 hours according to the Rode site.)
    Answered by: Flawn W.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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