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XLR Connector Gender

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by [email protected], Mar 8, 2013.

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  1. Bob Quintal

    Bob Quintal Guest

    I have a couple of AKG D19E microphones that have 5 pin XLRs,
    allowing impedance selection.

    I have an RCA stereo mic with a 5 pin XLR for left and right.

    Far better than the old Electrovoice and Shure mics that used
    Ampjenol screw-on connectors.
  2. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    Really? I have a few with stainless steel cells. You might as well
    add me to your list.

  3. Guest

    Wrong, again, as always.
    *Proof*? Don't be absurd.
    The body, idiot.
  4. Guest

    They also have the housing, which *is* used. ...and everyone has a
    different idea of what it should be used for.
  5. Guest

  6. Guest

    We used mostly Neutrik because they were a lot cheaper and "good
    enough". Every once in a while we got some Chinese Neutrik
    knock-offs, though.
    No one makes stuff like they did 40 years ago.
  7. Charlie E.

    Charlie E. Guest

    A friend of mine had a problem, and he needed a connector to mate with
    the five pin XLR on his keyboard. I looked and looked, and finally
    found a five pin female XLR plug, went to repair his keyboard, and
    realized that he didn't need it! Instead of a five pin male panel
    mount, what he had was the remains of a five pin female panel mount,
    with the heart of the connector pulled out!

    It had taken me months to find that connector...
  8. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    ** No proof is needed that YOU are a congenital LIAR.

    **** off - you stinking criminal TROLL !!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. MrTallyman

    MrTallyman Guest

    Yeah, those PLASTIC shells have to have a great use in the industry in
    environs they were designed to be used in. NOT.

    Cannon was the inventor, NOT Switchcraft, so there is nothing original
    about their licensed replication of the Cannon technology.

    Talk about brand centric dorkism!
  10. MrTallyman

    MrTallyman Guest

    Recruit "people" for stupid tasks on a regular basis, do ya?

    And yes, idiot, ZINC or MAGNESIUM BOTH can handle it, but the rock in
    the road IS harder than both metals, so BOTH will get scratched, abraded,
    bent, or whatever the world has for them.

    Your stupid remark proves that you do not no much about physics.
  11. Lord Valve

    Lord Valve Guest


    There are some rather nice ones branded Amphenol
    coming out of Oz lately. I'm using quite a few of the
    1/4" for guitar leads.

  12. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

  13. Guest

    More proof that you're a total moron.
    Admission of stupidity accepted.
  14. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "John Larkin"
    ** A very poor and unsafe choice for use with mains voltages, has inadequate
    insulation and no agency approvals.

    The "PowerCon" is the preferred and safe connector for that kind of job.

    .... Phil
  15. Phil Allison

    Phil Allison Guest

    "John Larkin"
    "Phil Allison"

    ** What a load of bullshit.

    ..... Phil
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