SKU: GC49-09.DA35

Deity DA35 Microdot to Locking 3.5mm Adapter

Deity DA35 Microdot to Locking 3.5mm Adapter

The Deity Microphones DA35 is a Microdot to locking 3.5mm TRS adapter designed to interface a Microdot-equipped microphone with a wireless microphone transmitter outfitted with a locking 3.5mm TRS jack. Simply connect the Microdot output of your microphone (available separately) to the DA35's female Microdot input, then plug the adapter into your qualified transmitter (available separately). The DA35 is compatible with a variety of wireless microphone transmitters from Azden, Nady, Rode, Senate, Sennheiser, Tascam, and Zoom. Lightweight and compact, the convenient in-line design of the DA35 makes it well suited for use in video production, ENG, conferences, and houses of worship.

Microdot to locking 3.5mm TRS jack adapter allows the connection of your Microdot-equipped microphone to select wireless microphone transmitters from Azden, Nady, Rode, Senate, Sennheiser, Tascam, and Zoom.

Compatible with: Azden (35BT), Nady (UB10, UB16, WLT14, and WLT15), Rode (RODELink TX-Belt and TX-XLR), Senal AWS-2000, Sennheiser (Evolution Series G1/G2/G3, SK AVX, SK D1, SK 1093, and SK 20), Tascam (DR-10L and DR-10C), and Zoom (F1-LP and F1-SP) transmitters.

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Deity DA35 Microdot to Locking 3.5mm Adapter

The Deity Microphones DA35 is a Microdot to locking 3.5mm TRS adapter designed to interface a Microdot-equipped microphone with a wireless microphone transmitter outfitted with a locking 3.5mm TRS jack. Simply connect the Microdot output of your microphone (available separately) to the DA35's female Microdot input, then plug the adapter into your qualified transmitter (available separately). The DA35 is compatible with a variety of wireless microphone transmitters from Azden, Nady, Rode, Senate, Sennheiser, Tascam, and Zoom. Lightweight and compact, the convenient in-line design of the DA35 makes it well suited for use in video production, ENG, conferences, and houses of worship.

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