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As has been said above, there is really no such thing as an "XLR" or a "TRS" cable. These are connectors. There is, however a big difference in the "type" of cable that can be used between these … connectors, which may specifically apply in your situation. That is the use of "starquad" or "non-starquad" cable. Starquad cable is a form of balanced cable which has two conductors for each signal …
answered Sep 11 '18 by Mark
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prevent the use of this cable as a microphone cable for condenser mics, as it does not allow Phantom power to be passed. A cable such as this can be used for the transmission of line-level signals as only pins 2,3 are required. …
answered Oct 26 '19 by Mark
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The reason for this is that the speaker cable is likely to be of a larger diameter and able to handle more current than standard instrument cables, thus the connection to the pins is likely to require additional space to accommodate the slightly larger cable. …
answered Dec 22 '16 by Mark
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You cannot connect a USB microphone to an XLR port. The signal from the USB connector is simply a data-stream whereas the XLR port requires an analogue signal input. What you are proposing cannot be a …
answered Jun 14 '19 by Mark
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Assuming that the preamp outputs are line level, then yes it is perfectly safe to do this. You will wire the connection up as follows: Ground (RCA) to Pin 1 and 3 (XLR) Signal (RCA) to Pin 2 (XLR) …
answered Feb 10 '19 by Mark
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Page 23 of the following document contains the circuit diagram for the PT40 transmitter. http://cloud.akg.com/9784/wms40_service.pdf The Schematic indicates that the connection is balanced however …
answered Jan 23 '17 by Mark