Problem Solvers

Connect any XLR microphone to a computer for digital recording with headphone monitoring
Connects microphones with an XLR-type connector to the 3.5 mm inputs found on camcorders and other recording devices.
Switchable in-line attenuator reduces the level of any balanced microphone or line-level signal by 15, 20, or 25 dB.
Battery-powered 700 Hz signal source used to troubleshoot audio systems by checking microphone lines for correct patching and detecting unusual noise that is present.
Balanced XLR in-line filter that reduces low frequencies below 100 Hz.
Reduces the level of an audio signal by 50dB, which allows a line level output to be connected to a microphone input.
Reduces interference from AM radio stations that may bleed into microphone lines when using long cables.
The Shure A85F is a low-to-high impedance microphone-matching transformer used to connect a balanced low-impedance microphone output to an unbalanced high impedance input on a mixer or recorder.
Reverses the phase (polarity) of a balanced audio signal. It can correct polarity reversal caused by a wiring error in a microphone cable and reduce comb filtering between two signals.
Allows a balanced low-impedance microphone to be connected to an unbalanced high-impedance input. The transformer prevents high-frequency loss, level loss, and hum or noise pickup often associated with the use of high-impedance equipment.
Matches, bridges, or isolates balanced and unbalanced devices of different impedances and levels. Male XLR to female XLR.
Reversible transformer matches low- or high-impedance microphones to high- or low-impedance inputs. The transformer permits use of very long microphone cables with either low- or high-impedance microphones