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Hosa Stereo Breakout 3.5 Mm TRS to Dual 3.5 Mm Tsf
|Connector type||Mixed Interconnects (Plug to Jack)|
About this item
- Designed to split a stereo signal of your audio chain.
- Black and red-coded mini mono phone plugs indicate left and right respectively
- 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF
Product detailsStyle:3.5mm TRS to Dual 3.5mm TSF
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.54 x 7.62 cm; 20 Grams
- Date First Available : 23 March 2018
- Manufacturer : Hosa
- ASIN : B000068O5H
- Item Model Number : YMM261
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Y Adapter, 1/8" TRS Male-Dual 1/8" TS Female, 6" Long
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- Connectors: 3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF
- Model: YMM-261
3.5 mm TRS to Dual 3.5 mm TSF Stereo Breakout Cable
This cable is designed to split a stereo signal. Black- and red-coded mini mono phone plugs indicate left and right respectively.
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With the great help of splitting the two mics in the two different audio side (left and right) you are able to record two mics and have their sound separated, saving you lots of time in post production and allowing you to chose which mic you want to use for that specific part of the video, whilst still having another track recorded from the other mic for other part of the video.
For example, you can record an interview, with two lavalier (clip on) microphones, and have both microphones recorded on the same track, just one will be left, the other will be right, in this way, when you are working in post production, you don't need to level the volume based on "who" is talking, but you just need to chose the track that was from the mic the person was talking into, and if you are recording using the same camera, it's then easy to merge video and audio without too much work.
Lots of time saved in post production, wide range of possibilities that help you with great sound from recording two separate mics at the same time.
Out of the box the RØDE VideoMicro microphone outputs a mono signal ( or rather dual mono - as the signal is delivered to both channels through a 3.5mm TRS jack).
My intention was to feed one microphone to the left and another mic to the right input channel of my recorder, and since my recorder only has one stereo 3.5mm TRS input, I needed this cable to split the input, and the cable did what I expected it to do.
The microphones are also dependent on PIP (Plug-in-power) that is delivered from the recorder though the cable to the microphones. This also worked like a charm.