This Lo-Z to Hi-Z Transformer matches low-impedance microphones to high-impedance electronic inputs while maintaining high frequency response. It also permits use of long microphone cables, still reducing noise pickup. >More
Plug a standard XLR microphone into an 1/4" instrument input with the Hosa MIT-435 XLR Female Lo-Z to 1/4-inch TS Hi-Z Transformer. >More
Some mixers have high-impedance 1/4" inputs that don't work with standard low-impedance XLR microphones. This inline impedance-matching transformer is the solution for making that connection, with a female XLR jack and a male 1/4" TS plug. >More
Housed in a high impact nylon casing, the ISOPOD safely sums to mono and transformer isolates unbalanced 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo connections to balanced, XLR. Nominal insertion loss = -6 dB. >More
This reversible transformer matches low- or high-impedance microphones to high- or low-impedance inputs. The transformer permits use of very long microphone cables with either low- or high-impedance microphones. However, when connecting a high-impedance microphone, limit the cable length between the microphone and the transformer to 4.6 m (15 ft). The cable from the transformer to the low-impedance input can be any desired length. >More
This reversible transformer matches low or high-impedance microphones to high or low-impedance inputs. The transformer permits use of very long microphone cables with either low or high-impedance microphones. >More
The Hosa MIT-176 XLR female to female TS 1/4-inch impedance transformer is designed to match 200R output impedance to 50K input impedance. >More
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