Line Matching Transformer (Male XLR to ¼” Male Plug/Female Jack)

Reversible line matching transformer matches low or high-impedance microphones to low or high-impedance inputs (Male XLR to ¼” Male Plug/Female Jack).




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Rewire PE588 to low impedance
August 30, 2017

The simple solution is add a Shure A95U High-to-Low Impedance Transformer to the end of the PE588 cable. The A95U will provide a balanced, low impedan ...

Converting a 520DX to low impedance using a A95U
May 2, 2011

1. Yes, it is small enough for your gig bag.2. Yes, you can still use the volume control.3. A keyboard amp is likely high impedance. Check with the ma ...

Transformer for Les Paul Recording Guitar
October 24, 2008

Look at the Shure A95UF and A95U transformers.  The voltage gain is about 20 dB for either unit. ...

Adaptor: High-Z mic to Low-Z mixer?
August 29, 2007

The A95U will work perfectly and convert the 520DX into a low impedance, balanced output. ...

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