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XLR Male - BNC Transformer Adapter AES / SPDiff

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About this product

Overview

  • Allow long cable runs for digital audio signals via low attenuation coax lines
  • Match balanced to coaxial lines
  • Match impedances 110&ohm to 75&ohm

Product overview

• Allow long cable runs for digital audio signals via low attenuation coax lines
• Match balanced to coaxial lines
• Match impedances 110Ω to 75Ω
• Simple to use, passive units

Female BNC 75Ω input - male XLR chassis connector 110Ω output. Interface balanced and coaxial lines

Specification

Title NADITBNC-M
Connection Type Adapter
Gender Male
Electrical
Frequency Range 0.1 - 6 MHz
Rated Voltage = 5 V p-p
VSWR < 1.1
Return Loss > 26.4 dB
Insertion Loss < 0.3 dB @ 0.1 MHz to 10 MHz

Hi there, I have a audio power amplifier XTI6002, it has XLR input and can work with unbalanced input. what's the XLR output signal, Balanced or unbalanced? what's the output voltage? What's the input voltage of BNC? How about frequency response?

Asked by: fuxin zhou
The XLR output is wired to work with both balanced and unbalanced leads. All electrical and frequency information is listed in the specification table, details below; Rated voltage &le; 5 V p-p VSWR &lt; 1.1 Return loss &gt; 26.4 dB Insertion Loss &lt; 0.3 dB @ 0.1 MHz to 10 MHz
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2017-10-12
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