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What is the proper name for the type of cable that can combine two mic input into one?

You want a 'headphone splitter' because what you're trying to do is divide the contacts equally between two identical devices by simply running them in parallel. You're running two TRS jacks to one ...
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3.5mm Dynamic Microphone Output into Mixer/Interface

Going by the specs, I'd say that mixer can be used for the F-96. You'll want to use a 3.5mm female to XLR adapter: that mixer does have 6.3mm input jacks, but you lose 15 dB of gain when you use those....
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How to plug TS 6.5 mic to laptop

The "weird cable" looks like an FM radio antenna, which corresponds with the hand-written note on the microphone box. The spade terminals will fit onto screws on the tuner/receiver it was ...
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Mono adapter on stero output

Mono to mono adapter won't work – you would hear left channel in the left earphone and silence in the right one. Mono (plug) to stereo (socket) adapter will let you hear left channel in both earphones....
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How to connect the 6.3mm headphone to USB?

Can I just connect the headphone to the 3.5mm adapter and then to the USB adapter? Yes. If I do so, will the sound quality decline? Probably not. Or it might damage the devices? No. A little more ...
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Connecting two lavaliers to DR-40X as stereo audio

The Rode SmartLav+ is a high impedance [high-Z] mic, suited to computer headset/mic inputs. It also sounds like the pin-out of TRRS is designed to not confuse a computer's headset input. It's not ...
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