SKU: GC47-KB-XLR35

Kondor Blue 40cm XLR Male to 3.5mm Male for URSA Mini, C200, F5 & Beyond

Kondor Blue 40cm XLR Male to 3.5mm Male for URSA Mini, C200, F5 & Beyond

The XLR Male to 3.5mm Male Cable from Kondor Blue is a professional-quality audio cable for connecting a small microphone to a professional audio input in gear such as cinema and broadcast cameras. The cable measures 16" in length and features a 3.5mm mini male plug on one end and a 3-pin XLR male on the other end.


Features:

Straight 3.5mm Mini Audio Plug

3-Pin XLR Male Connector

16" in Length

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Kondor Blue 40cm XLR Male to 3.5mm Male for URSA Mini, C200, F5 & Beyond

The XLR Male to 3.5mm Male Cable from Kondor Blue is a professional-quality audio cable for connecting a small microphone to a professional audio input in gear such as cinema and broadcast cameras. The cable measures 16" in length and features a 3.5mm mini male plug on one end and a 3-pin XLR male on the other end.

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