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Works perfectly for my use with a Tascam 70D to Canon C100My specific use for this cable is to connect the line out on a Tascam 70D mixer/recorder, to an XLR input on a Canon C100. For that, it's exactly what i neededBuild qualityFeels solid, not the beefiest cable i own, but really as beefy as it needs to be. The thickness of the cable is adequate for such a length and i don't detect any interference. The connectors also both feel fairly well made and not flimsy.Right angle vs Strait connectorDepends on your specific use and in my case the right angle is much preferred. Depends on how the cable may be bumped/pushed/etc... The angle connector is flat on this cable, so it works very well up against any flat surface(like if you pressed it up against a wall) I can also imagine if you're using a mixer inside a field bag, an angle connector would likely be a better idea (obviously depends on the bag)Length5' is just right for my use, i originally got the 10' but it left too much slack. The upside to the shorter cable is that you can get just about any variation of xlr cable to extend it if needed.5terrible audio qualityterrible audio quality. headphone jack pops and music is distorted.Also despite the claim in the description that this sums a stereo input from a headphone jack, the packaging does not make this claim and the audio did not sound summed.1Thus when I saw this one for a good price, I didn't even hesitateI've been buying Hosa cables for a long time, I mean many years. I've got cables that are close to 10-15 years old and are still working no problem. Over that many years I think I had only one cable fail, so I took it back to Guitar Center and they swapped it out for free.Thus when I saw this one for a good price, I didn't even hesitate. Two clicks and I had it on the way.Works like its suppose to, absolutely no problems.This cable is wired for a balanced xlr input into the sound board so you actually get a mono sound. If I remember correctly, connections coming from 1/8 jack to xlr are as follows: sleeve to pin 1 and 2, (ground); ring and tip to pin 3. See attached picture.In my case, I was using xlr only as a carrier in the snake (those are the only open ports I had), so I opened up the xlr connector on this cable and re-soldered the wires, pin 1 to ground (sleeve), pin 2 to tip (left channel), pin 3 to ring (right channel); See the second picture. On the other end of the snake I had a 1/4 stereo jack so I was actually carrying the stereo signal all the way to the sound board from the stage just had an xlr connection in the middle of the whole thing. Tested, all worked great.Even though the product was not built to be used in the way I use it, it is definitely with universal connector that is easy to open up and modify or solder a new one/different one if you need it. Definitely a recommended product and the company for that matter5Gender ConfusionMuy bad. I didn't pay close enuf attention to the polarity (male/female) of this device. There is almost no earthly use I can think of for a MALE XLR-to-3.5mm stereo miniplug. The device was made for connecting a microphone with MALE XLR connector to a device with a 3.5mm miniplug input, so what I needed (and you would probably need) is the exact same adapter, only with a FEMALE socket on the mic end. That is, the Hosa Angled 1/8 Stereo to Female XLR Cable - Right Angle, 1 Foot, here:http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000068NZG/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00P.S. Another difference: the MALE-to-3.5mm adapter comes with a TEN FOOT cord; the FEMALE-to-3.5mm adapter comes with a ONE FOOT cord, which is exactly what I want, since the intended use is to mount a shotgun mic on a camcorder, so I only need a short cord. Sorry for the confusion.4Great adapter for converting to XLR soundI'm a legal videographer, so this review reflects using this product in depositions.When recording legal video depositions, I've had an ongoing issue with how to properly record participants who join a deposition via video conference. My solution before was to put an XLR microphone near the speakers, which is a low-tech solution for this issue.With this XLR adapter, I can plug in this cable to my mixer (as a line connection) and plug the other side into anything 3.5mm compatible. This includes TVs, computers, tablets, and more. I get great quality sound recorded on the record, and setup is a breeze.This product has a multitude of applications beyond what I use it for, but long story short it's a great adapter for all types of usage.5Great quality for the price.This cable does exactly what it is supposed to do. The XLR connection is a tight fit which is good, though I do wish there was an indexing mark on the outer case where the middle peg would be in the XLR end. The cable itself is good quality, I wish it was a little stiffer but it still works very well.Moving down to the 3.5mm jack portion, it is a 90 deg turn so that is amazing when plugging my tablet in as a soundboard.Overall great product for what you are paying for it and would for sure buy again5One cable to rule them allGreat product for hooking my iPhone, or iPad directly into a venue's mixer or their master speaker on a daisy chain. When I DJ wedding ceremonies I used to use the headphone to RCA adapter and depending on the venue's setup 'd have to use rca to 1/4" adapters as well. Which means 2 more very small things I could possibly forget. With this cable I only have to bring 1 adapter. It has negligible noise (I couldn't hear it) and has lasted 3 gigs already. Will update this review with the time it takes for this sucker to fall apart.5DO NOT get this for your wireless mics!!Got this to replace the replace the wire that came with my wireless Seinheiser G3 mic kit. If you need it for similiar purposes, DO NOT GET! I shoot weddings and although it eliminated the pops and clicks I was having it doesn't allow the full volume to come thru to the mic packs. The cable that came with my wireless setup allowed me to have my input on my Zoom H4n set to about 40-50 and get nice clear sound. With this cable I had to max it out at 100 and my decibels are still showing around -24 to -30. This is not adequate. Unfortunately I can't return because just over 30 days and I threw the packaging out, but I will be buying an oem replacement for my kit2works okay even though it's not made for thisIt does work to plug a phone into a church/school microphone system to play music over the loud speakers, even though it really not made for that. Due to the balanced vs unbalanced mismatch between the systems, you get a very loud pop when you plug it in, and you have to have the phone volume on the lowest setting to keep the volume manageable. Not a fault of this device, but something you should be aware of if you intend to use it for this. If you turn off the microphone system and then plug everything in, you can avoid the loud and potentially damaging hiss and crack.4Good productI do live performance at Loki musical events, so my demands are minimal. But this works well plugging my Shure 58 microphone into my amplifier. If you want studio quality, you may want to look at an alternative cable5
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Hosa XVM-110M Right Angle 3.5 mm TRS to XLR3M Microphone Cable, 10 Feet