Microphone Channel Saver XLR Y-Cable
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Channel Saver! This cable allows a user to plug 2 microphones into the 1 XLR mic input, saving mixer channels. The cable provides a 'passive' combination of 2 audio sources, resulting in a single combined signal.
SWAMP 30cm XLR(m) - 2x XLR(f) balanced XLR signal combiner mic cable.
This cable allows a user to plug 2 microphones into the 1 XLR mic input, saving mixer channels. The cable provides a 'passive' combination of 2 audio sources, resulting in a single combined signal.
Quality Cable and connectors
Using professional quality Yongsheng connectors, OFC conductors and a spiral wrapped ground shield, this cable is designed to transfer your signal without interference and can withstand the rigours of constant use.
By: Fitzy on 18 April 2016Very efficient product! Its a really handy piece of gear to have. It saves you from many things, especially when you want to mic up instruments. Very handy for recording musicians that have limited XLR plugs.
By: Michael Rooney on 27 March 2015A really handy little product. It is cheap enough that you would be crazy not to have a couple in your toolkit
By: Mr. Colin Hailey on 30 May 2014fast delivery of a useful device. Enables two mics to go into the one socket without fuss.
By: robert mitchelson on 11 August 2013These channel savers are a must with limited inputs....can turn a single input into a four channel P.A with a couple of them. Reliable assembly, compact length and inexpensive
By: Stephen Bunn on 12 April 2013This is perfect for plugging two mics into one input channel where mono will do. I want to use this on a concertina where alternate notes come out of opposite sides of the instrument. Unfortunately it is only 18cm long so requires 2 more mic leads. Please make another version of this that's 1.5m long. steve perth
By: Matthew McNeil on 3 April 2013I have been using SWAMP for the past 12months. Very happy with their service and quality.
By: Orion Miller on 29 March 2013Great channel saver! Simple and gets the job done.
By: David Grant on 26 March 2013Now 2 toms only require one mixer channel. Perfect when I'm low on mixer or multicore capacity.