Hosa MIT-435 - audio adapter

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Hosa MIT-435 - audio adapter

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To run a low-impedance XLR terminated line (like a pro microphone) into a high-impedance ¼" phone input (like a guitar-amp input), it's often necessary to use a line matching transformer like Hosa's MIT-435.
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    Quality connectors for your stage or studio. Headquartered in Buena Park, CA, Hosa Technology, Inc. is a leading supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical-instrument and professional-audio/video industries. Since 1984, Hosa has provided cost-effective, high-quality cables in the terminations and lengths required for performing musicians, recording studios, and video applications. Similarly, the company offers an extensive collection of connectors and adapters that enables one to integrate their equipment into most any environment.

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    Quality connectors for your stage or studio. Headquartered in Buena Park, CA, Hosa Technology, Inc. is a leading supplier of analog and digital connectivity solutions to the musical-instrument and professional-audio/video industries. Since 1984, Hosa has provided cost-effective, high-quality cables in the terminations and lengths required for performing musicians, recording studios, and video applications. Similarly, the company offers an extensive collection of connectors and adapters that enables one to integrate their equipment into most any environment.

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Hosa MIT-435 - audio adapter

To run a low-impedance XLR terminated line (like a pro microphone) into a high-impedance ¼" phone input (like a guitar-amp input), it's often necessary to use a line matching transformer like Hosa's MIT-435.

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