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Hosa Technology Pro Stereo Breakout Cable - 3.5mm Stereo Mini to Dual 3-Pin XLR Male (10')

BH #HOHMX010Y • MFR #HMX-010Y
Hosa Technology
Hosa Technology Pro Stereo Breakout Cable - 3.5mm Stereo Mini to Dual 3-Pin XLR Male (10')
Key Features
  • Connects Portable Devices to XLR Inputs
  • Uses Neutrik REAN Connectors
  • Silver-Plated XLR Connectors
  • Nickel-Plated 3.5mm Connector
The 10' Hosa Technology Pro Stereo Breakout Cable - 3.5mm Stereo Mini to Dual 3-Pin XLR Male is a sturdy and reliable Y-cable that sends a stereo signal from a 1/8" (3.5mm) output to two XLR inputs, with efficient signal transfer. The cable allows for a variety of cabling options including connecting the output of a portable media player, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or similar device to a mixer or professional audio gear with XLR inputs.
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Hosa Technology HMX 010Y Overview

The 10' Hosa Technology Pro Stereo Breakout Cable - 3.5mm Stereo Mini to Dual 3-Pin XLR Male is a sturdy and reliable Y-cable that sends a stereo signal from a 1/8" (3.5mm) output to two XLR inputs, with efficient signal transfer. The cable allows for a variety of cabling options including connecting the output of a portable media player, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or similar device to a mixer or professional audio gear with XLR inputs.

The Pro Stereo Breakout cable is equipped with Neutrik REAN connectors. It features an 1/8" stereo mini plug with nickel-plated contacts and two XLR connectors with silver-plated contacts. Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) spiral shielding provides enhanced protection from interference while maintaining flexibility. The connectors' die-cast housing ensures maximum reliability and is designed for ergonomic handling.

Key Features

  • Connects an audio device with a mini stereo jack output to professional audio gear with XLR inputs
  • Ideal for connecting a portable media player, laptop, smartphone, tablet, or similar device to a mixing console
  • Neutrik REAN connectors for improved signal transfer and durability
  • 24 AWG Oxygen-Free Copper (OFC) conductors for enhanced signal clarity
  • 90% OFC spiral shields for a higher signal-to-noise ratio

Connectors

  • XLR connectors with silver-plated contacts for optimal signal transfer
  • 1/8" stereo mini jack with nickel-plated plugs for efficient signal transfer and durability
  • Zinc die-cast housing for rock-solid reliability
  • Attractive quadrangle design for ergonomic handling
  • Chuck-type strain relief on XLR connectors for maximum cable retention
  • Rubber boot-kink protection for long cable life
UPC: 728736058330

Hosa Technology HMX 010Y Specs

Cable TypeBreakout, Y-cable
Length10' / 3 m
Conductor24 AWG OFC
Shielding90% OFC spiral
Connector 11 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS stereo mini male, nickel-plated (Neutrik REAN connector)
Zinc die-cast housing
Connector 22 x 3-Pin XLR male, silver-plated (Neutrik REAN connectors)
Zinc die-cast housing
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.48 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.65 x 3.95 x 2.3"
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It splits in the middle, so approximately 5 feet on each end, meaning the spread would be approximately 10 feet. Best regards, Hosa Support.
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Will this cord work with an iPad for shooting video?
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No! It will send you audio signal to where ever you plug it in, which would have to be that accepts XLR connectors. This is an audio cable and will not work with digital video, unless you are transferring or sending the audio signal which can be separated from the video with pro equipment. Based on your question, you probably are not a professional. By the way, the industry term is cable . Cord refers to lamp cord, or what's called zip cord. It's used on all sorts of consumer products, but is not suitable for anything other than the power source, that is plugging into an electrical outlet.
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Date published: 2018-08-25
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