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The RØDE VXLR Pro is a female TRS mini-jack to male XLR adaptor for connecting RØDE microphones with a 3.5mm output to devices with an XLR input. It utilises an internal transformer to convert an unbalanced signal to a balanced signal, making it ideal for connecting a microphone with an unbalanced output to mixer or interface. Premium componentry ensures extremely low noise when a long cable run is necessary.
The VXLR Pro also converts 12-48V phantom power to 4V plug-in power, allowing microphones such as the VideoMicro and VideoMic GO to receive power from XLR devices and it features a locking connector that will ensure your connection is always secure when recording.
4V Plugin Power when Phantom Power (P24 and P48) is supplied
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It is strongly recommended that a short TRS cable is used as you'll be able to use long XLR cable runs, and not have any interference issues. The longer a 3.5mm cable is the more susceptible it is to interference. A short cable will help ensure a clean signal.
The VXLR+ and VXLR Pro can convert 48v phantom to plug-in power. They can both power external microphones that are reliant on plug-in power, such as the VideoMic GO, VideoMicro, and virtually all lavalier microphones. Each adaptor also has a screw thread at the connection point, allowing for a more secure connection to external microphones with a locking mechanism.
The VXLR Pro utilises an internal transformer to convert an unbalanced signal to a balanced signal, making it ideal for connecting a microphone with an unbalanced output to a mixer or interface. The VXLR Pro also fits snugly into the PG2-R Pistol Grip, which allows for easier cable management.
No, the unbalanced output of any 3.5mm external microphone can be converted to a balanced signal using the VLXR Pro.