The XVM-101M from Hosa Technology is a professional-quality audio cable, ideal for connecting a small microphone to a professional audio input. The cable has oxygen-free copper conductors for enhanced signal clarity. An OFC spiral shield provides flexibility and effective EMI and RFI rejection. The cable is 1' long and has an angled 3.5mm unbalanced stereo mini TRS plug at one end and a 3-pin XLR male connector at the other. The XLR connector has internal strain relief for durability.
Will this connect properly with good audio quality from the RodeLink Receiver/Rode Wireless Go's Receiver to a camera's XLR input?
Asked by: Daniel
It works for me
Answered by: frederick
Date published: 2020-04-12
Could I connect this to a wireless mic receiver ...
Could I connect this to a wireless mic receiver and record into a Tascam DR-40?
Asked by: Ben
Answered by: Mike
Date published: 2020-08-19
I'm looking to have audio out of a MacBook Pro go ...
I'm looking to have audio out of a MacBook Pro go out to speakers in a room. Will this work for getting the audio feed out?
Asked by: Eric
Yes as long as your speaker has and xlr input this cable will work.
Answered by: Raul
Date published: 2021-03-15
I have a rode Na1-2 mic and was wondering if a ...
I have a rode Na1-2 mic and was wondering if a XRL to 3.5 mm jack would let me use the mic with my Macbook pro? thanks!
Asked by: reid
You would want a female XLR end for the mic, so a XVM-101F, but it could technically work if your computer has a 3.5mm mic input. Best regards, Hosa support.
Answered by: Hosa Customer Support
Date published: 2020-03-30
Can this cable be used to replace the sketchy XLR Rode Adapter for the Rode Film Maker Wireless connection from the Receiver to Camera/Recorder?
Asked by: John
For the Rodelink receiver, the VXLR adapter is the most commonly used. As an alternative output cable we recommend using a cable with locking connector for proper operation and secure connection. The Kopul Deluxe wireless receiver cable is available. https://bhpho.to/2joLItk