I bought the KFF 2002 twin mono XLR to stereo minijack to enable me to use better quality pics with a hand held flash recorder. Works well, seems well made and doesn't appear to degrade the signal quality. I'd rather pay a little more and get one of these rather than the super cheap all plastic ones.
As it turns out it's very short for my needs so I might also get a longer one. The only other one I could see was 2m which seems too long. Your needs might be different.
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Bad contact of the 3.5mm jack
The Amphenol XLR plugs, well, are not Neutrik. They can also be used to engage with Neutrik XLR male plugs with no longer very gentle pressure. After all, the connection is good. On the other hand, the 3.5mm stereocouple is nevertheless very cheap in relation to the price of this article. When the stereo connector is turned in the socket of my recording device, significant contact loss and noise are heard.
With the stereoclink of the only one third so expensive PRO SNAKE TPY 2003 KBB (two times large jack socket at once small stereo plug connector) does not happen!
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