F-XLR 3.5mm (TRS) Mini-Jack F Mic Adapter to 3-pin XLR M | Movo

F-XLR

F-XLR 3.5mm (TRS) Mini-Jack F Mic Adapter to 3-pin XLR M | Movo


  • Connecting your standard TRS (3-pole) 3.5mm microphone connector to a standard 3-pin XLR jack on your camcorder, recorder, mixer, etc
  • Gold-plated shielded connectors for interference-free signal transfer
  • Durable Aluminum Construction
  • Compact & Lightweight
  • 1-Year Warranty with support based in the U.S.A.

Say hello to reliable audio. This 3.5mm to XLR microphone adapter allows you to conveniently connect a 3.5mm microphone to digital recorders, mixers, soundboards, and more.

Simply plug in the three-pin XLR to a compatible device, connect your mic to the 3.5mm jack, and you're ready to go.

So simple, yet so effective, videographers and musicians love it.

Why it's good: The adapter reduces the need for multiple adapters and ensures an interference-free signal transfer. Easily convert a lav mic from a 3.5mm TRS mini-jack to XLR. Constructed from aluminum, the body of the adapter is durable - no match for accidental drops. It's compatible with camcorders, soundboards, mixers, and digital recorders that accept Male XLR.

3.5MM TRS to XLR

3.5MM (TRS) TO XLR
Allows you to connect your 3.5mm TRS connector to a 3-pin XLR jack on your camcorder, recorder, mixer, etc.

Gold-plated to avoid interference

GOLD-PLATED
Connectors are shielded with gold-plating to ensure an interference-free signal transfer

DURABLE
Constructed entirely from aluminum to maximize durability and quality while still being lightweight and compact

Notes and Tips
The Movo F-XLR will convert a 3.5mm MONO TRS signal to a 3-pin XLR standard. It's not meant to be used with 3.5mm Stereo TRS signals. Ensure that the receiving XLR input does not have Phantom Power enabled. If Phantom Power is left on, it can cause unwanted noise and potentially damage the Movo F-XLR adapter.


Specifications:
Weight: 24g
Dimensions: 20.5mm (D) * 57mm (L)

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Totally dysfunctional on a mixer with all mics

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