An Y cable from 3 Pin XLR female to dual XLR male, this Y cable is ideal for In this cable, an XLR output is connected to two XLR inputs, making it ideal for assigning the signal from a microphone to two channels on a mixer.
Equipments with 3-pin connectors are compatible Shotgun microphones are connected to pin XLR connectors in order to connect to studio harmonizers, mixing boards, patch bays, preamps, speaker systems, mixers, amplifiers, equalizers, limiters, crossovers, and digital decoders.
EMI and RFI-rejection spiral shields on nickel-plated connectors with metal serviceable ends that are flexible and offer effective EMI and RFI rejection.
Keeping a balance in your relationships It is connected to pin 3, and pin 1 to pin 1. Pin 2 is connected to pin 2, pin 3 is connected to pin 3, and In finding a balanced connection, you will reduce interference and produce a much stronger wireless signal Signal that is distorted.
Using this cable, you can split mono into two mono signals, but you cannot combine signals to make stereo.
Questions & Answers
It has two input xlrs and a l and r input xlr, so I'm considering purchasing the behringer powerplay p1. Would this cable be able to be used as a splitter to get ?
But since both inputs on the P1 will display the same signal you'll end up feeding the same signal. It really isn't necessary to feed the same signal to both inputs since the P1 has a stereo/mono switch. Just switch to mono when you're finished with it.
What about the Sony Z150 video camera? Does this fix it?
This feature is not necessary when using the Z150 as you can already configure the external input XLR channels on the camera to be combined or separate using the Input 1 should be set to record on both channels 1 and 2. Click INPUT1/INPUT1, which will enable audio input on channel 1 to record on both channels 1 and INPUT1 and INPUT2 are kept separate by the INPUT1 and INPUT2 options.
Is it possible to use these with Phantom Power?
My understanding is that phantom power should work, but I have not tested
What is the quality of these? Are they sturdy?
The material is very
Selected User Reviews For DISINO XLR Splitter Cable, 3 Pin XLR Female to Dual XLR Male Patch Y Cable Balanced Microphone Splitter Cord Audio Adaptor- 1.5 Feet
I've got a Scarlett 2i2 and it works great with it
My experience with it has only been a week, but it has done exactly what I was looking for.
I bought it because I took advantage of the fact that it is not designed for stereo. Having recently bought a Shure 55 mic for recording and live performances, I planned to use it for both environments. It sounds great coming out of the Shure 55, however since I only had one jack on my Scarlett 2i2, I was only able to record sound from my left ear. To have the left and right signals sent to my MacBook, I needed the microphone to be plugged into the left and right jacks of the Scarlett. I was able to split the cable using this splitter. It is a great idea and is much needed. My MacBook Pro is equipped with Garage Band, allowing me to record using this software. A Scarlett 2i2 along with it.
| Dec 11, 2020
I found that this cable did what it was supposed to. In addition to the microphone connected to two devices, I send phantom power via the phantom power source. With it, the mic works perfectly before and after balancing (AT4053b). This recording is very good in terms of audio quality. It isn't great, but I can't identify whether or not it is related to the mic or the interfaces I am using. It doesn't appear that the sound quality is any worse than that from a direct connection to my comparatively weak ears. Although my field recording equipment is far superior to the entire chain, the sound quality comes out of this chain is not as good as my studio It is really just to send the mic to both my iPad for Clubhouse meetings, and to my Mac for all other video conference meetings and for recording simple video presentations, so all in all, sound quality is just fine for my needs.
| Feb 28, 2021
My mixing desk at home has a mixer output jack that I use to split the signal coming from it
I use this for practice. I have two signals, one going to the amp, the other going to my headphones Using the mixer, I can switch between being loud (headphone amp) and being quiet (mixer). The solution to my problem is simple. I love it!.
| May 27, 2021
A difficult problem was solved
The wireless receiver can be used to work with two separate amplifiers and mixers through a single receiver cable. The connectors on the one I ordered were the right ones. I was able to plug and play without any problems.
This is a heavy-duty, well-made product
The PA mixer that I use today was subjected to this test. The materials used are durable and well made. It should hold up to professional use just fine.
| Dec 24, 2020
The only cable that you need for a stereo amp is an XLR plug
The purpose I have in mind is met. Getting them isn't the best idea because they aren't the best, but they are good for the price. Just be careful not to pull them out by the cable or the plastic compression fitting. It should last a long time if you grab the metal XLR shell and pull, but it is not a large price to pay for the value you receive from it.
| Sep 28, 2020
My stream setup and sound work perfectly
Plug and play no issues, I used it to route my microphone sound into my house speakers, and it worked without a hitch. This cord can be a great addition to.
| Nov 09, 2020
It's a good build! Apparently, this product is of good quality
Its design is such that it should have a long life. Its molded plastic connections will last for a long time and will not come undone like the cheapo unit it replaces.
| Jun 15, 2021