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4 Pin XLR Type Plug

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Overview

  • XLR Type Plug with four pins

Product overview

  • XLR Type Plug with four pins
  • Same design specifics as a standard XLR plug

With the same design specifications as our standard XLR plug, this connector has 4 pins.

I need to connect speaker cable (r/b) to new speakers with 4 pin xlr inputs. Can I wire this to end of the existing cable to create the connection? 

Asked by: DazN
Please remember that a speaker with XLR connect is likely to be a passive speaker (it draws it's power from the amplifier), make sure that the new speakers are suitably matched to the amplifier. If they are too big and draw too much power you could destroy the amplifier, if they are too small you amplifier could overdrive them and destroy the speakers.
Answered by: Les
Date published: 2016-11-07

Using this for a power supply connector, will it take 10A and 15Vac?

Asked by: Peaky
I am sorry but the item in question does not support use in your intended application.
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-10-28

I have a 4 pin (female) XLR microphone - and 3 pin (female) XLR on mixer - can I get an adapter of some kind? How  to wire..?

Asked by: Torcello
On this occasion Maplin do not stock a product that exactly meets your requirements, or indeed anything close enough to offer you as an alternative
Answered by: Russell
Date published: 2015-09-21

i need to convert 12 v power pack to a 4pin xlr male connection will i be able to do this using your plug?
Asked by: john
We can see no reason why not.
Answered by: JK
Date published: 2015-07-17
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